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Exploring the strongly driven spin-boson model in the nonperturbative coupling regime using a superconducting circuit

AuthorsForn-Díaz, Pol; Magazzu, Luca; Belyansky, R.; Orgiazzi, J. L.; Yurtalan, Ali; Peropadre, Borja ; García-Ripoll, Juan José ; Grifoni, Milena; Lupascu, A.; Wilson, C.
Issue Date15-Mar-2017
PublisherAmerican Physical Society
CitationAPS March Meeting 62: 4 (2017)
AbstractThe spin-boson model describes the interaction between a two-level system and its environment, modeled as a bosonic bath. This model is particularly important in the study of decoherence, especially in solid-state qubits. Interestingly, when the interaction between the qubit and the environment crosses a threshold, the qubit dynamics cease to be dominated by coherent tunneling between its two eigenstates and transition into an incoherent tunneling regime. At stronger coupling, tunneling is quenched and the qubit wavefunction becomes localized. We have experimentally explored the transition from coherent to incoherent tunneling in the spin-boson model using a superconducting flux qubit coupled to an open transmission line. A strong pump tone added to our probe reveals the internal dynamics of the system with the appearance of photon-assisted tunneling resonances. We developed a theoretical model based on the noninteracting blip approximation (NIBA), which is in good agreement with our experimental observations.
DescriptionAPS March Meeting 2017, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 13–17, 2017. -- http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/MAR17/Session/T1.7
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