On-chip quantum tomography of mechanical nanoscale oscillators with guided Rydberg atoms

On-chip quantum tomography of mechanical nanoscale oscillators with guided Rydberg atoms Nanomechanical oscillators as well as Rydberg-atomic waveguides hosted on microfabricated chip surfaces hold promise to become pillars of future quantum technologies. In a hybrid platform with both, we show that beams of Rydberg atoms in waveguides can quantum coherently interrogate and manipulate nanomechanical elements, allowing full quantum state tomography. Central to the tomography are quantum nondemolition measurements using the Rydberg atoms as probes. Quantum coherent displacement of the oscillator is also made possible by driving the atoms with external fields while they interact with the oscillator. We numerically demonstrate the feasibility of this fully integrated on-chip control and read-out suite for quantum nanomechanics, taking into account noise and error sources. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review A American Physical Society (APS)

On-chip quantum tomography of mechanical nanoscale oscillators with guided Rydberg atoms

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On-chip quantum tomography of mechanical nanoscale oscillators with guided Rydberg atoms

Abstract

Nanomechanical oscillators as well as Rydberg-atomic waveguides hosted on microfabricated chip surfaces hold promise to become pillars of future quantum technologies. In a hybrid platform with both, we show that beams of Rydberg atoms in waveguides can quantum coherently interrogate and manipulate nanomechanical elements, allowing full quantum state tomography. Central to the tomography are quantum nondemolition measurements using the Rydberg atoms as probes. Quantum coherent displacement of the oscillator is also made possible by driving the atoms with external fields while they interact with the oscillator. We numerically demonstrate the feasibility of this fully integrated on-chip control and read-out suite for quantum nanomechanics, taking into account noise and error sources.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © ©2017 American Physical Society
ISSN
1050-2947
eISSN
1094-1622
D.O.I.
10.1103/PhysRevA.96.013855
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Abstract

Nanomechanical oscillators as well as Rydberg-atomic waveguides hosted on microfabricated chip surfaces hold promise to become pillars of future quantum technologies. In a hybrid platform with both, we show that beams of Rydberg atoms in waveguides can quantum coherently interrogate and manipulate nanomechanical elements, allowing full quantum state tomography. Central to the tomography are quantum nondemolition measurements using the Rydberg atoms as probes. Quantum coherent displacement of the oscillator is also made possible by driving the atoms with external fields while they interact with the oscillator. We numerically demonstrate the feasibility of this fully integrated on-chip control and read-out suite for quantum nanomechanics, taking into account noise and error sources.

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Physical Review AAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Jul 27, 2017

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