Spin-chain model of a many-body quantum battery

@article{Le2018SpinchainMO,
  title={Spin-chain model of a many-body quantum battery},
  author={Thao P. Le and Jesper Levinsen and Kavan Modi and Meera M. Parish and Felix A. Pollock},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2018},
  volume={97},
  pages={022106}
}
Recently, it has been shown that energy can be deposited on a collection of quantum systems at a rate that scales super-extensively. Some of these schemes for `quantum batteries' rely on the use of global many-body interactions that take the batteries through a correlated short cut in state space. Here, we extend the notion of a quantum battery from a collection of a priori isolated systems to a many-body quantum system with intrinsic interactions. Specifically, we consider a one-dimensional… Expand

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