Reconfigurable quantum metamaterials

Quach, J, Su, C, Martin, T, Greentree, A and Hollenberg, L 2011, 'Reconfigurable quantum metamaterials', Optics Express, vol. 19, no. 12, pp. 11018-11033.

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Title Reconfigurable quantum metamaterials
Author(s) Quach, J
Su, C
Martin, T
Greentree, A
Hollenberg, L
Year 2011
Journal name Optics Express
Volume number 19
Issue number 12
Start page 11018
End page 11033
Total pages 16
Publisher Optical Society of America
Abstract By coupling controllable quantum systems into larger structures we introduce the concept of a quantum metamaterial. Conventional metamaterials represent one of the most important frontiers in optical design, with applications in diverse fields ranging from medicine to aerospace. Up until now however, metamaterials have themselves been classical structures and interact only with the classical properties of light. Here we describe a class of dynamic metamaterials, based on the quantum properties of coupled atom-cavity arrays, which are intrinsically lossless, reconfigurable, and operate fundamentally at the quantum level. We show how this new class of metamaterial could be used to create a reconfigurable quantum superlens possessing a negative index gradient for single photon imaging. With the inherent features of quantum superposition and entanglement of metamaterial properties, this new class of dynamic quantum metamaterial, opens a new vista for quantum science and technology
Subject Quantum Optics
Quantum Physics not elsewhere classified
Optical Physics not elsewhere classified
DOI - identifier 10.1364/OE.19.011018
Copyright notice © 2011 Optical Society of America
ISSN 1094-4087
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