We optimize a quantum walk of multiple fermions following a quench in a spin chain to generate near-ideal resources for quantum networking. We first prove a useful theorem mapping the correlations evolved from specific quenches to the apparently unrelated problem of quantum state transfer between distinct spins. This mapping is then exploited to optimize the dynamics and produce large amounts of entanglement distributed in very special ways. Two applications are considered: the simultaneous generation of many Bell states between pairs of distant spins (maximal block entropy) and high entanglement between the ends of an arbitrarily long chain (distance-independent entanglement). Thanks to the generality of the result, we study its implementation in different experimental setups using present technology: nuclear magnetic resonance, ion traps, and ultracold atoms in optical lattices.

Optimal quench for distance-independent entanglement and maximal block entropy / Alkurtass B; Banchi L; Bose S. - In: PHYSICAL REVIEW A. - ISSN 1050-2947. - 90:(2014). [10.1103/PhysRevA.90.042304]

Optimal quench for distance-independent entanglement and maximal block entropy

Banchi L;
2014

Abstract

We optimize a quantum walk of multiple fermions following a quench in a spin chain to generate near-ideal resources for quantum networking. We first prove a useful theorem mapping the correlations evolved from specific quenches to the apparently unrelated problem of quantum state transfer between distinct spins. This mapping is then exploited to optimize the dynamics and produce large amounts of entanglement distributed in very special ways. Two applications are considered: the simultaneous generation of many Bell states between pairs of distant spins (maximal block entropy) and high entanglement between the ends of an arbitrarily long chain (distance-independent entanglement). Thanks to the generality of the result, we study its implementation in different experimental setups using present technology: nuclear magnetic resonance, ion traps, and ultracold atoms in optical lattices.
2014
90
Alkurtass B; Banchi L; Bose S
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