Spatially distributed multipartite entanglement enables EPR steering of atomic clouds

@article{Kunkel2018SpatiallyDM,
  title={Spatially distributed multipartite entanglement enables EPR steering of atomic clouds},
  author={P. Kunkel and M. Pr{\"u}fer and H. Strobel and D. Linnemann and Anika Fr{\"o}lian and T. Gasenzer and M. G{\"a}rttner and M. Oberthaler},
  journal={Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={360},
  pages={413 - 416}
}
  • P. Kunkel, M. Prüfer, +5 authors M. Oberthaler
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine, Physics
  • Science
  • Splitting the entanglement When particles in a quantum mechanical system are entangled, a measurement performed on one part of the system can affect the results of the same type of measurement performed on another part—even if these subsystems are physically separated. Kunkel et al., Fadel et al., and Lange et al. achieved this so-called distributed entanglement in a particularly challenging setting: an ensemble of many cold atoms (see the Perspective by Cavalcanti). In all three studies, the… CONTINUE READING
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