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Entanglement at Finite Temperature in the Electronic Two-Particle Interferometer

Samuelsson, Peter LU ; Neder, Izhar and Buettiker, Markus (2010) 16th International Congress on Mathematical Physics In Xvith International Congress on Mathematical Physics p.546-550
Abstract
In this work we discuss a theory for entanglement generation, characterization and detection in fermionic two-particle interferometers (2PI) at finite temperature. The motivation for our work is provided by the recent experiment by the Heiblum group, Neder et al. Nature 448, 333 (2007), realizing the 2PI proposed by Samuelsson, Sukhorukov, and Buttiker, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 026805 (2004). The experiment displayed a clear two-particle Aharonov-Bohm effect, however with an amplitude suppressed due to finite temperature and dephasing. In our recent work Samuelsson, Neder, and Buttiker, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 106804 (2009) we presented a general theory for finite temperature entanglement in mesoscopic conductors and applied it to the 2PI, here... (More)
In this work we discuss a theory for entanglement generation, characterization and detection in fermionic two-particle interferometers (2PI) at finite temperature. The motivation for our work is provided by the recent experiment by the Heiblum group, Neder et al. Nature 448, 333 (2007), realizing the 2PI proposed by Samuelsson, Sukhorukov, and Buttiker, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 026805 (2004). The experiment displayed a clear two-particle Aharonov-Bohm effect, however with an amplitude suppressed due to finite temperature and dephasing. In our recent work Samuelsson, Neder, and Buttiker, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 106804 (2009) we presented a general theory for finite temperature entanglement in mesoscopic conductors and applied it to the 2PI, here further discussed. (Less)
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quantum state tomography, Entanglement, mesoscopic
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Xvith International Congress on Mathematical Physics
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546 - 550
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World Scientific
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16th International Congress on Mathematical Physics
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978-981-4304-62-7
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  author       = {Samuelsson, Peter and Neder, Izhar and Buettiker, Markus},
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  keyword      = {quantum state tomography,Entanglement,mesoscopic},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {546--550},
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  series       = {Xvith International Congress on Mathematical Physics},
  title        = {Entanglement at Finite Temperature in the Electronic Two-Particle Interferometer},
  year         = {2010},
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