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Complex quantum networks as structured environments: engineering and probing

AuthorsNokkala, Johannes; Galve, Fernando ; Zambrini, Roberta ; Maniscalco, Sabrina; Piilo, Jyrki
Issue Date27-May-2016
PublisherSpringer Nature
CitationScientific Reports 6: 26861 (2016)
AbstractWe consider structured environments modeled by bosonic quantum networks and investigate the probing of their spectral density, structure, and topology. We demonstrate how to engineer a desired spectral density by changing the network structure. Our results show that the spectral density can be very accurately detected via a locally immersed quantum probe for virtually any network configuration. Moreover, we show how the entire network structure can be reconstructed by using a single quantum probe. We illustrate our findings presenting examples of spectral densities and topology probing for networks of genuine complexity.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep26861
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