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Designing Robust Quantum Refrigerators in Disordered Spin Models

@inproceedings{Konar2021DesigningRQ,
  title={Designing Robust Quantum Refrigerators in Disordered Spin Models},
  author={Tanoy Kanti Konar and Srijon Ghosh and Amit Kumar Pal and Aditi Sen De},
  year={2021}
}
We explore a small quantum refrigerator in which the working substance is made of paradigmatic nearest neighbor quantum spin models, the XY Z and the XY model with Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interactions, consisting of two and three spins, each of which is in contact with a bosonic bath. We identify a specific range of interaction strengths which can be tuned appropriately to ensure a cooling of the selected spin in terms of its local temperature in the weak coupling limit. Moreover, we report that… Expand

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