Long-distance dissipation-assisted transport of entangled states via a chiral waveguide

  title={Long-distance dissipation-assisted transport of entangled states via a chiral waveguide},
  author={Wai-Keong Mok and Davit Aghamalyan and Jiabin You and Tobias Haug and Wenzu Zhang and Ching Eng Png and Leong Chuan Kwek},
  journal={Physical Review Research},
Quantum networks provide a prominent platform for realizing quantum information processing and quantum communication, with entanglement being a key resource in such applications. Here, we describe the dissipative transport protocol for entangled states, where entanglement stored in the first node of quantum network can be transported with high fidelity to the second node via a 1D chiral waveguide. In particular, we exploit the directional asymmetry in chirally-coupled single-mode ring… 

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