Quantum correlations between two cavity QED systems coupled by a mechanical resonator
Achieving quantum correlations between two distant systems is a desirable feature for quantum networking. In this work, we study a system composed of two quantum emitter-cavity subsystems spatially separated. A mechanical resonator couples to either both quantum emitters or both cavities leading to quantum correlations between both subsystems such as non-local light-matter dressed states and cavity–cavity normal mode splitting. These indirect couplings can be explained by an effective Hamiltonian for large energy detuning between the mechanical resonator and the atoms/cavities. Moreover, it is found that the optimal conditions of the physical parameters maximize the entanglement of phonon-mediated couplings.
KeywordsMesoscopic and Nanoscale Systems
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