Stable adiabatic quantum batteries.

@article{Santos2019StableAQ,
  title={Stable adiabatic quantum batteries.},
  author={Alan C. Santos and Barış Çakmak and Steve Campbell and Nikolaj Thomas Zinner},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2019},
  volume={100 3-1},
  pages={
          032107
        }
}
With the advent of quantum technologies comes the requirement of building quantum components able to store energy to be used whenever necessary, i.e., quantum batteries. In this paper we exploit an adiabatic protocol to ensure a stable charged state of a three-level quantum battery which allows one to avoid the spontaneous discharging regime. We study the effects of the most relevant sources of noise on the charging process, and, as an experimental proposal, we discuss superconducting transmon… 

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