Relativistic motion generates quantum gates and entanglement resonances.

@article{Bruschi2013RelativisticMG,
  title={Relativistic motion generates quantum gates and entanglement resonances.},
  author={David Edward Bruschi and Andrzej Dragan and Antony R. Lee and Ivette Fuentes and Jorma Louko},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={111 9},
  pages={
          090504
        }
}
We show that the relativistic motion of a quantum system can be used to generate quantum gates. The nonuniform acceleration of a cavity is used to generate well-known two-mode quantum gates in continuous variables. Observable amounts of entanglement between the cavity modes are produced through resonances that appear by repeating periodically any trajectory. 

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