Entanglement in Spatial Adiabatic Processes for Interacting Atoms
We study the dynamics of the non-classical correlations for few atom systems in the presence of strong interactions for a number of recently developed adiabatic state preparation protocols. We show that entanglement can be created in a controlled fashion and can be attributed to two distinct sources, the atom–atom interaction and the distribution of atoms among different traps.
This work was supported by the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University.
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