Simulating Measurement-induced Non Linearity with a Quantum-Optical Computational toolbox

Milla Val, Jaime
Bartley, Tim (dir.)

Universidad de Zaragoza, Facultad de Ciencias, 2018

Graduado en Física

Resumen: Generating measurement-induced non linearity with a BS (Beam splitter) is an easy way to produce entangled states and potentially reduce the quadratures uncertainty as BS is a simple tool that can be implemented in a huge number of experimental setups without too much difficulty. The importance of this kind of states arises in the fields of quantum information and communication and metrology. To study this method, simulations, with the help of the software package QuTiP for Python, of three different setups involving BS, detectors and phase selectors have been done varying different parameters of the setup. In a simulation with one BS and a detector a reduction of the quadratures uncertainty has been observed. It has been found that same levels of entanglement are reached with one BS or two BS for a photon and a coherent state as input states.

Tipo de Trabajo Académico: Trabajo Fin de Grado
Notas: Realizado durante el Erasmus en Paderborn (Alemania)

Creative Commons License

El registro pertenece a las siguientes colecciones:
Trabajos académicos Universidad de Zaragoza > Trabajos Académicos por Centro > Facultad de Ciencias
Trabajos académicos Universidad de Zaragoza > Trabajos fin de grado

Valore este documento:

Rate this document:
(Sin ninguna reseña)