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  1. We discuss the noise occurring during a classical dissipative switching process as it would be detected by a quantum bit used as a detector for noise. In particular we study the switching-induced decoherence duri...

    Authors: Ioana Serban and Frank K Wilhelm
    Citation: EPJ Quantum Technology 2015 2:7
  2. We develop the theory to describe the equilibrium ion positions and phonon modes for a trapped ion quantum simulator in an oblate Paul trap that creates two-dimensional Coulomb crystals in a triangular lattice...

    Authors: Bryce Yoshimura, Marybeth Stork, Danilo Dadic, Wesley C Campbell and James K Freericks
    Citation: EPJ Quantum Technology 2015 2:2
  3. We study the out-of-equilibrium dynamics of bosonic atoms in a 1D optical lattice, after the ground-state is excited by a single spontaneous emission event, i.e. after an absorption and re-emission of a lattic...

    Authors: Johannes Schachenmayer, Lode Pollet, Matthias Troyer and Andrew J Daley
    Citation: EPJ Quantum Technology 2015 2:1
  4. The key dynamic properties of fermionic systems, like controllability, reachability, and simulability, are investigated in a general Lie-theoretical frame for quantum systems theory. It just requires knowing d...

    Authors: Zoltán Zimborás, Robert Zeier, Michael Keyl and Thomas Schulte-Herbrüggen
    Citation: EPJ Quantum Technology 2014 1:11
  5. Schemes of universal quantum computation in which the interactions between the computational elements, in a computational register, are mediated by some ancillary system are of interest due to their relevance ...

    Authors: Timothy J Proctor and Viv Kendon
    Citation: EPJ Quantum Technology 2014 1:13
  6. We study a quantum quench in the Bose-Hubbard model where the tunneling rate J is suddenly switched from zero to a finite value in the Mott regime. In order to solve the many-body quantum dynamics far from equili...

    Authors: Konstantin V Krutitsky, Patrick Navez, Friedemann Queisser and Ralf Schützhold
    Citation: EPJ Quantum Technology 2014 1:12
  7. Quantum simulators are devices that actively use quantum effects to answer questions about model systems and, through them, real systems. In this review we expand on this definition by answering several fundam...

    Authors: Tomi H Johnson, Stephen R Clark and Dieter Jaksch
    Citation: EPJ Quantum Technology 2014 1:10
  8. We consider a quarter wave coplanar microwave cavity terminated to ground via asuperconducting quantum interference device. By modulating the flux through the loop,the cavity frequency is modulated. The flux i...

    Authors: Charles H Meaney, Hyunchul Nha, Timothy Duty and Gerard J Milburn
    Citation: EPJ Quantum Technology 2014 1:7
  9. Arrays of circuit cavities offer fascinating perspectives for exploring quantum many-body systems in a driven dissipative regime where excitation losses are continuously compensated by coherent input drives. H...

    Authors: Robert Jirschik and Michael J Hartmann
    Citation: EPJ Quantum Technology 2014 1:4

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