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Dynamics of Discrete Quantum Systems

AuthorsMur-Petit, Jordi
Issue Date7-Sep-2014
CitationQuantum Technologies Conference V (2014)
AbstractWe have studies the structure and dynamics of discrete quantum systems, such as cold atoms in optical lattices, photons in photonic crystals, or electrons in semiconductor heterostructures. We have identified a distinct mechanism for the formation of Bound states In the Continuum (BICs) in systems with chiral symmetry, which has an impact on their transport properties when these are coupled to leads. Depending how the leads are coupled to the system, this may block all transmission in an energy range around the band center, may feature a narrow Fano antiresonance, or a broad transmission peak. We discuss how these predictions can be observed in a number of systems, from arrays of quantum dots to nano-photonic setups.
DescriptionQuantum Technologies Conference V: Manipulating photons, atoms, and molecules, Kraków, Poland, September 7 - 13, 2014. http://quantumtech.ifpan.edu.pl/2014/
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