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Parity-Assisted Generation of Nonclassical States of Light in Circuit Quantum Electrodynamics
We propose a method to generate nonclassical states of light in multimode microwave cavities. Our approach considers two-photon processes that take place in a system composed of N extended cavities and an ultrastrongly ...
A continued fraction based approach for the Two-photon Quantum Rabi Model
(Nature Publishing, 2019-03-11)
We study the Two Photon Quantum Rabi Model by way of its spectral functions and survival probabilities. This approach allows numerical precision with large truncation numbers, and thus exploration of the spectral collapse. ...
The TrapSensor Facility: an Open-Ring 7 Tesla Penning Trap for Laser-Based Precision Experiments
(IOP Publishing, 2019-02-28)
A Penning-trap facility for high-precision mass spectrometry based on a novel detection method has been built. This method consists in measuring motional frequencies of singly-charged ions trapped in strong magnetic fields ...
Secure quantum remote state preparation of squeezed microwave states
(Nature Publishing, 2019-06-13)
Quantum communication protocols based on nonclassical correlations can be more efficient than known classical methods and offer intrinsic security over direct state transfer. In particular, remote state preparation aims ...
Analog simulator of integro-differential equations with classical memristors
(Nature Publishing, 2019-09-10)
An analog computer makes use of continuously changeable quantities of a system, such as its electrical, mechanical, or hydraulic properties, to solve a given problem. While these devices are usually computationally more ...
Degree of Quantumness in Quantum Synchronization
We introduce the concept of degree of quantumness in quantum synchronization, a measure of the quantum nature of synchronization in quantum systems. Following techniques from quantum information, we propose the number of ...