In this work we introduce a model for quantum-state transfer between tripod atoms over a dark fiber. Two tripod atoms are confined in separate cavities linked by an optical fiber. The cavities and the fiber sustain two optical modes of opposite circular polarization. For each atom, the two ground states encode the quantum state to be transferred and are coupled to a common excited state by the cavity modes of opposite polarization. The remaining transition for each atom is used to control the transfer process. We demonstrate that by using laser pulses the dynamics of the system can be confined within a degenerate dark state subspace, with the different dark states interacting via nonadiabatic couplings. We solve analytically the dynamics in the dark state subspace, and determine the conditions on the pulse shape for the implementation of the quantum transfer. We identify a possible pulse shape which satisfies the required conditions, and demonstrate the quantum-state transfer via numerical simulations.
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|Titolo:||Quantum-state transfer between tripod atoms over a dark fiber|
|Citazione:||Bevilacqua, G., & F., R. (2013). Quantum-state transfer between tripod atoms over a dark fiber. PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 88, 033817-1-033817-6.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|