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We investigate the influence of a dipole interaction with a classical radiation field on a qubit during a continuous change of a control parameter. In particular, we explore the non-adiabatic transitions that occur when the qubit is swept with linear speed through resonances with the time-dependent interaction. Two classic problems come together in this… (More)

Under the illumination of intense off-resonant laser light, the electronic states of semiconductors are strongly modified, or dressed, by the oscillating electric field. We present a framework using linear combination of atomic orbital band theory to calculate the dressed band structure and optical absorption spectrum of covalent semiconductors in an… (More)

We calculate the exact Landau-Zener transition probabilities for a qubit with an arbitrary linear coupling to a bath at zero temperature. The final quantum state exhibits a peculiar entanglement between the qubit and the bath. In the special case of diagonal coupling, the bath does not influence the transition probability, whatever the speed of the… (More)

- O. Tagashira, T. Hara, M. Funakubo, S. Sakata, S. Kuriki, K. Ozawa +20 others
- 2007

Electronic and phonon coherence are usually measured in different ways because their time-scales are very different. In this paper we simultaneously measure the electronic and phonon coherence using the interference of the electron-phonon correlated states induced by two phase-locked optical pulses. Interferometric visibility showed that electronic… (More)

We study Landau-Zener transitions in a qubit coupled to a bath at zero temperature. A general formula that is applicable to models with a nondegenerate ground state is derived. We calculate exact transition probabilities for a qubit coupled to either a bosonic or a spin bath. The nature of the baths and the qubit-bath coupling is reflected in the transition… (More)

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