Show simple item record Sinaysky, Ilya Petruccione, Francesco Burgarth, Daniel Klaus 2011-09-26T14:37:53Z 2011-09-26T14:37:53Z 2011-09-26
dc.identifier.citation Sinaysky , I , Petruccione , F & Burgarth , D K 2011 , ' Dynamics of nonequilibrium thermal entanglement ' Physical Review A , vol 78 , no. 6 , 062301 . DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.78.062301 en
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dc.description I. Sinaysky, F. Petruccione and D. Burgarth, Dynamics of nonequilibrium thermal entanglement, Phys. Rev. A 79, 062301 (2008) en
dc.description.abstract The dynamics of a simple spin chain (two spins) coupled to bosonic baths at different temperatures is studied. The analytical solution for the reduced density matrix of the system is found. The dynamics and temperature dependence of spin-spin entanglement is analyzed. It is shown that the system converges to a steady state. If the energy levels of the two spins are different, the steady-state concurrence assumes its maximum at unequal bath temperatures. It is found that a difference in local energy levels can make the steady-state entanglement more stable against high temperatures. en
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dc.title Dynamics of nonequilibrium thermal entanglement en
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dc.contributor.institution Quantum Systems, Information and Control en
dc.contributor.institution Department of Physics en
dc.description.status Peer reviewed en

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