Quantum magnonics: When magnon spintronics meets quantum information science

  title={Quantum magnonics: When magnon spintronics meets quantum information science},
  author={H. Y. Yuan and Yunshan Cao and Akashdeep Kamra and Rembert A. Duine and Peng Yan},

Generation of long-lived W states via reservoir engineering in dissipatively coupled systems

Very recently, the dissipative coupling was discovered, which develops and broadens methods for controlling and utilizing light-matter interactions. Here, we propose a scheme to generate the

Oxide magnonics: Spin waves in functional magnetic oxides

Spin waves or their quanta magnons are collective excitations in magnetically ordered materials. Magnonics have recently attracted tremendous interest for building next-generation nanoscale devices

Enhancing the detection sensitivity of magnon Kerr nonlinearity via coherent perfect absorption around an exceptional point in cavity magnonics

We show how to enhance the detection sensitivity of magnon Kerr nonlinearity (MKN) in cavity magnonics. The considered cavity-magnon system consists of a three-dimensional microwave cavity containing

Quantum control of a single magnon in a macroscopic spin system

Non-classical quantum states are the pivotal features of a quantum system that differs from its classi-cal counterpart. However, the generation and coherent control of quantum states in a macroscopic

Chiral coupling between a ferromagnetic magnon and a superconducting qubit

Chiral coupling at the single-quantum level promises to be a remarkable potential for quantum information processing. Here we propose to achieve a chiral interaction between a magnon mode in a

The Boundary Between Volume and Surface-Driven Magnetic Properties in Spinel Iron Oxide Nanoparticles

Despite modern preparation techniques offer the opportunity to tailor the composition, size, and shape of magnetic nanoparticles, understanding and hence controlling the magnetic properties of such

Dynamics of mixed quantum-classical spin systems

Mixed quantum-classical spin systems have been proposed in spin chain theory, organic chemistry, and, more recently, spintronics. However, current models of quantum-classical dynamics beyond

Unidirectional magnetic coupling

We show that interlayer Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction in combination with non-local Gilbert damping gives rise to unidirectional magnetic coupling. That is, the coupling between two magnetic



Negative Gilbert damping

Evidence for spin current driven Bose-Einstein condensation of magnons

It is shown that current-driven Bose-Einstein condensation can be achieved in nanometer-thick films of magnetic insulators with tailored nonlinearities and minimized magnon interactions and pave the way for implementation of integrated microscopic quantum magnonic and spintronic devices.

Long-Time Memory and Ternary Logic Gate Using a Multistable Cavity Magnonic System.

It is found that the system staying in which stable state depends on the history experienced by the system, and this state can be harnessed to store the history information and pave a way towards cavity magnonics-based information storage and processing.

Quantum Network with Magnonic and Mechanical Nodes

A quantum network consisting of magnonic and mechanical nodes connected by light is proposed. Recent years have witnessed a significant development in cavity magnonics based on collective spin

Remote Generation of Magnon Schrödinger Cat State via Magnon-Photon Entanglement.

This work proposes an approach to remotely prepare magnon even or odd cat states by performing local non-Gaussian operations on the optical mode that is entangled with the magnon mode through pulsed optomagnonic interaction.

Skyrmion Qubits: A New Class of Quantum Logic Elements Based on Nanoscale Magnetization.

Scalability, controllability by microwave fields, operation time scales, and readout by nonvolatile techniques converge to make the skyrmion qubit highly attractive as a logical element of a quantum processor.

Theory of quantum entanglement and the structure of two-mode squeezed antiferromagnetic magnon vacuum

Recently investigations of the quantum properties of an antiferromagnet in the spin wave approximation have identified the eigenstates as two-mode squeezed sublattice-magnon states. The uniform

Phase-controlled multimagnon blockade and magnon-induced tunneling in a hybrid superconducting system

We study the multimagnon blockade and magnon-induced tunneling in the hybrid ferromagnet-superconductor system, where a magnon mode representing the collective motion of spins in the yttrium iron

Bistability of squeezing and entanglement in cavity magnonics

This article describes the bistable behavior of squeezed and entangled states induced by the magnon self-nonlinear Kerr effect.

Absorption of magnons in dispersively coupled hybrid quantum systems

Phenomena involved in magnons have attracted extensive attention for several decades because of their challenging physical properties, powerful capabilities, and potential applications in signal