Entanglement transport and a nanophotonic interface for atoms in optical tweezers

  title={Entanglement transport and a nanophotonic interface for atoms in optical tweezers},
  author={Tamara Ðorđevi{\'c} and Polnop Samutpraphoot and Paloma L Ocola and Hannes Bernien and Brandon Grinkemeyer and Ivana Dimitrova and Vladan Vuleti{\'c} and Mikhail D. Lukin},
  pages={1511 - 1514}
Description Quantum trapping and shuffling Programmable arrays of atoms or ions trapped in optical potentials have recently emerged as a leading platform for quantum simulation. Being able to interface into these arrays to access the quantum information being processed and pass it along to another module remains a challenge. Ðorđević et al. developed a hybrid quantum system that combines atoms held in optical tweezers and a nanophotonic cavity to demonstrate full quantum control, efficient… 

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