Monday, August 5, 2013

1308.0453 (Alexey N. Pyrkov et al.)

Entanglement generation in quantum networks of Bose-Einstein condensates    [PDF]

Alexey N. Pyrkov, Tim Byrnes
Two component (spinor) Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs) are considered as the nodes of an interconnected quantum network. Unlike standard single-system qubits, in a BEC the quantum information is duplicated in a large number of identical bosonic particles, thus can be considered to be a "macroscopic" qubit. One of the difficulties with such a system is how to effectively interact such qubits together in order to transfer quantum information and create entanglement. Here we propose a scheme of cavities containing spinor BECs coupled by optical fiber in order to achieve this task. We discuss entanglement generation and quantum state transfer between nodes using such macroscopic BEC qubits.
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