# Dynamical Lamb effect in a superconducting circuit

@article{Amico2019DynamicalLE, title={Dynamical Lamb effect in a superconducting circuit}, author={Mirko Amico and Oleg L. Berman and Roman Ya. Kezerashvili}, journal={Physical Review A}, year={2019} }

The dynamical Lamb effect is predicted to arise in superconducting circuits when the coupling of a superconducting qubit with a resonator is periodically switched ``on'' and ``off'' nonadiabatically. We show that by using a superconducting circuit which allows one to switch between longitudinal and transverse coupling of a qubit to a resonator, it is possible to observe the dynamical Lamb effect. The switching between longitudinal and transverse coupling can be achieved by modulating the…

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