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Denis Ilin Scholarship: Generation of multi-photon entanglement in time-modulated waveguide and cavity QED systems

Project Member(s): Solntsev, A.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Sydney Quantum Academy
Sydney Quantum Academy

Start year: 2023

Summary: The ability to transmit different signals in one channel is the major problem in information processing. The quantum nature of such signals and their correlations can destroy the carried information. Meanwhile, physical effects that are robust to different types of noise are always useful in practice. One of the examples where these effects appear is an array of two-level systems (qubits) that are periodically modulated in time due to mechanical degrees of freedom, namely qubits oscillations or oscillations of their energy levels. Therefore, the main purpose of this research is to study these systems in order to learn how to control and manage the correlations between signals in order to construct multi-entanglement photon states that are indispensable in quantum information processing. The results of the work might find a range of applications in quantum emulations, with a potential for future use in simulations of various quantum effects in chemistry, biology, and information theory.

FOR Codes: Quantum optics and quantum optomechanics, Expanding knowledge in the physical sciences