Reconfigurable optical implementation of quantum complex networks
Last updated March 28, 2018 by Alessandro Ferraro
Wednesday, March 21st 2018, 04:00 PM, Bell Lecture Theatre
Speaker: V. Parigi (LKB, Paris)
Abstract: We propose an experimental procedure for the optical implementation of quantum complex networks . The implementation of collections of systems arranged in a network structure with arbitrary complex topologies is still a non-trivial task in quantum experiments. We devise a mapping between complex networks and non-linear optical processes pumped by optical frequency combs followed by mode-selective detection. We show the deterministic implementation of reconfigurable networks. The platform has the potential to enable the experimental study of, e.g., the dynamics of quantum states in complex networks and topological effects in quantum communication or information protocols over complex entanglement networks.
 J. Nokkala, F. Arzani, F. Galve, R. Zambrini, S. Maniscalco, J. Piilo, N. Treps, and V. Parigi, preprint arXiv: 1708.08726 (2017).
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