Topological quantum matters are useful for sensing

Akimasa Miyake has recently published in a new journal Quantum Science and Technology in collaboration with Stephen Bartlett (University of Sydney) and Gavin Brennen (Macquarie University), presenting a scheme of robust quantum sensing using one-dimensional strongly-interacting spin chains. It takes advantage of passive error-preventing properties of a symmetry-protected topologically ordered phase, to measure the direction and strength of an unknown electronic field.

The full article can be found online at Quantum Sci. Technol. 3, 014010 (2018) .

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