Robustness of enhanced shortcuts to adiabaticity in lattice transport

@article{Whitty2022RobustnessOE,
  title={Robustness of enhanced shortcuts to adiabaticity in lattice transport},
  author={Chris Whitty and Anthony Kiely and A Ruschhaupt},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2022}
}
Shortcuts to adiabaticity (STA) are a collection of quantum control techniques that achieve high fidelity outside of the adiabatic regime. Recently an extension to shortcuts to adiabaticity was proposed by the authors [Phys. Rev. Research 2, 023360 (2020)]. This new method, enhanced shortcuts to adiabaticity (eSTA), provides an extension to the original STA control functions and allows effective control of systems not amenable to STA methods. It is conjectured that eSTA schemes also enjoy an… 

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