Proposal for Quantum Simulation via All-Optically-Generated Tensor Network States.

@article{Dhand2018ProposalFQ,
  title={Proposal for Quantum Simulation via All-Optically-Generated Tensor Network States.},
  author={Ish Dhand and M. Engelkemeier and Linda Sansoni and Sonja Barkhofen and Christine Silberhorn and Martin Bodo Plenio},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={120 13},
  pages={
          130501
        }
}
We devise an all-optical scheme for the generation of entangled multimode photonic states encoded in temporal modes of light. The scheme employs a nonlinear down-conversion process in an optical loop to generate one- and higher-dimensional tensor network states of light. We illustrate the principle with the generation of two different classes of entangled tensor network states and report on a variational algorithm to simulate the ground-state physics of many-body systems. We demonstrate that… Expand

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