A Rydberg quantum simulator

@inproceedings{Weimer2010ARQ,
  title={A Rydberg quantum simulator},
  author={Hendrik Weimer and Markus Muller and Igor Lesanovsky and Peter Zoller and Hans Peter Buchler},
  year={2010}
}
A universal quantum simulator is a controlled quantum device that reproduces the dynamics of any other many-particle quantum system with short-range interactions. This dynamics can refer to both coherent Hamiltonian and dissipative open-system evolution. Here we propose that laser-excited Rydberg atoms in large-spacing optical or magnetic lattices provide an efficient implementation of a universal quantum simulator for spin models involving n-body interactions, including such of higher order… CONTINUE READING

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