|PLACE||R49223, Second Physics Building , NCKU|
|FIELD||Quantum Information Science|
|SPEAKER||Prof. Neill Lambert - Advanced Science Institute, RIKEN, Japan|
|TITLE||Non-equilibrium QED: from nano-mechanics to hybrid devices|
|ABSTRACT||Highly non-equilibrium electron transport through quantum dots coupled to single bosonic degree of freedom enables the investigation of a range of unique phenomena. This includes controlled steering of the bosonic mode , lasing, the identification of coherent quantum behavior in electron current and counting statistics , and long-range coupling of multiple quantum dots . I will summarize the basic theoretical model and outline the large range of experimental systems arising recently to which it is applicable, including nano-mechanical oscillators, optical phonons, and hybrid quantum-dot/circuit QED devices.
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 N Lambert, C Flindt and F Nori, Europhys. Lett. 103, 17005 (2013)