Floquet control of quantum dissipation in spin chains

@article{Chen2014FloquetCO,
  title={Floquet control of quantum dissipation in spin chains},
  author={Chong Chen and Jun-Hong An and Hong-Gang Luo and C. P. Sun and C. H. Oh},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2014},
  volume={91},
  pages={052122}
}
Controlling the decoherence induced by the interaction of quantum system with its environment is a fundamental challenge in quantum technology. Utilizing Floquet theory, we explore the constructive role of temporal periodic driving in suppressing decoherence of a spin-1/2 particle coupled to a spin bath. It is revealed that, accompanying the formation of a Floquet bound state in the quasienergy spectrum of the whole system including the system and its environment, the dissipation of the spin… 

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