Wednesday, July 3, 2013

1307.0383 (Jun Jing et al.)

Inverse Engineering Control in Open Quantum Systems    [PDF]

Jun Jing, Lian-Ao Wu, Marcelo S. Sarandy, J. Gonzalo Muga
We propose a scheme for inverse engineering control in open quantum systems. Starting from an undetermined time evolution operator, a time-dependent Hamiltonian is derived in order to guide the system to attain an arbitrary target state at a predefined time. We analyze the fidelity of our control protocol under noise with respect to the stochastic fluctuation of the linear parameters of the Hamiltonian during the time evolution. For a special family of Hamiltonians for two-level systems, we show that the control evolution of the system under noise can be categorized into two standard decohering processes: dephasing and depolarization, for both Markovian and non- Markovian conditions. In particular, we illustrate our formalism by analysing the robustness of the engineered target state.
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