Hybrid Quantum Devices and Quantum Engineering

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Title: Hybrid Quantum Devices and Quantum Engineering
Author: Wallquist, M; Hammerer, K; Rabl, P; Lukin, Mikhail D.; Zoller, P

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Citation: Wallquist, M., K. Hammerer, P. Rabl, M. Lukin and P. Zoller. 2009. Hybrid quantum devices and quantum engineering. Physica Scripta 2009(T137): 014001
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Abstract: We discuss prospects of building hybrid quantum devices involving elements of atomic and
molecular physics, quantum optics and solid-state elements with the attempt to combine
advantages of the respective systems in compatible experimental setups. In particular, we summarize our recent work on quantum hybrid devices and briefly discuss recent ideas for quantum networks. These include interfacing of molecular quantum memory with circuit QED, and using nanomechanical elements strongly coupled to qubits represented by electronic spins, as well as single atoms or atomic ensembles.
Published Version: doi:10.1088/0031-8949/2009/T137/014001
Other Sources: http://stacks.iop.org/PhysScr/T137/014001
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