A Novel Bulk-Optics Scheme for Quantum Walk with High Phase Stability
AbstractA novel bulk optics scheme for quantum walks is presented. It consists of a one-dimensional lattice built on two concatenated displaced Sagnac interferometers that make it possible to reproduce all the possible trajectories of an optical quantum walk. Because of the closed loop configuration, the interferometric structure is intrinsically stable in phase. Moreover, the lattice structure is highly configurable, as any phase component perceived by the walker is accessible, and finally, all output modes can be measured at any step of the quantum walk evolution. We report here on the experimental implementation of ordered and disordered quantum walks. View Full-Text
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Geraldi, A.; Bonavena, L.D.; Liorni, C.; Mataloni, P.; Cuevas, Á. A Novel Bulk-Optics Scheme for Quantum Walk with High Phase Stability. Condens. Matter 2019, 4, 14.
Geraldi A, Bonavena LD, Liorni C, Mataloni P, Cuevas Á. A Novel Bulk-Optics Scheme for Quantum Walk with High Phase Stability. Condensed Matter. 2019; 4(1):14.Chicago/Turabian Style
Geraldi, Andrea; Bonavena, Luís D.; Liorni, Carlo; Mataloni, Paolo; Cuevas, Álvaro. 2019. "A Novel Bulk-Optics Scheme for Quantum Walk with High Phase Stability." Condens. Matter 4, no. 1: 14.
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