Progress with Adiabatic Passage for Quantum Transport
Assoc Prof Andrew Greentree
RMIT University, Melbourne
Friday, 29 November 2013, 3:30 pm
EN413 Lecture Theatre (EN Building), Hawthorn
Adiabatic methods for transferring population provide interesting, and sometimes surprising, possibilities for quantum transport. Adiabatic techniques typically trade off the length of time over which a protocol is applied for increased robustness. In this talk I will review adiabatic passage through space, before showing new designs for geometric gates in multi-waveguide devices, digitally varied couplings, and dark state adiabatic passage through a chain of three spin-one particles.
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