Coherent electron shuttling
2021. 12. 07. 14:15
Jan Krzywda (Warsaw)
As predicted by the Landau-Zener model, isolated quantum system driven though avoided crossing remains in its ground state provided external drive is sufficiently slow. We show the opposite might be true in presence of coupling between the system and its environment, as the longer transition time allows for energy exchange. As an example we analyze, relevant for scaling of future quantum computer , coherent shuttling of electron in realistic Silicon and GaAs nanostructures [2,3].
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