Steady-state bipartite entanglement supported by a squeezed environment

Can, MA
Akir, O
Gunhan, AC
Klyachko, AA
Pak, Namık Kemal
Shumovsky, AS
We examine the entanglement of two atoms induced by an external quantum system. Both two-level atoms are coupled to a third two-level system by dipole interaction, and the third system is under the influence of a certain environment. We examine different types of environments and show that the steady-state bipartite entanglement can be achieved. We show that a strongly fluctuating environment is more preferable because the transmission of quantum fluctuations to the atomic system creates and supports steady-state entanglement with a higher amount of concurrence than a nonfluctuating environment or an environment with strong classical fluctuations.


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M. Can, O. Akir, A. Gunhan, A. Klyachko, N. K. Pak, and A. Shumovsky, “Steady-state bipartite entanglement supported by a squeezed environment,” LASER PHYSICS, pp. 751–753, 2005, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: