The dynamics of two two-level dipole-dipole interacting atoms coupled to a common electro-magnetic bath and closely located inside a lossy cavity, is reported. Initially injecting only one excitation in the two-atom cavity system, loss mechanisms asymptotically drive the matter sample toward a stationary maximally entangled state. The role played by the closeness of the two atoms, with respect to such a cooperative behavior, is carefully discussed. Stationary radiation trapping effects are found and transparently interpreted.

NICOLOSI S, NAPOLI A, MESSINA A, & PETRUCCIONE F (2004). Dissipation-induced stationary entanglement in dipole-dipole interacting atomic samples. PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 70(2), 022511-1-022511-4 [10.1103/PhysRevA.70.022511].

Dissipation-induced stationary entanglement in dipole-dipole interacting atomic samples

NAPOLI, Anna;MESSINA, Antonino;
2004

Abstract

The dynamics of two two-level dipole-dipole interacting atoms coupled to a common electro-magnetic bath and closely located inside a lossy cavity, is reported. Initially injecting only one excitation in the two-atom cavity system, loss mechanisms asymptotically drive the matter sample toward a stationary maximally entangled state. The role played by the closeness of the two atoms, with respect to such a cooperative behavior, is carefully discussed. Stationary radiation trapping effects are found and transparently interpreted.
https://journals.aps.org/pra/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevA.70.022511
NICOLOSI S, NAPOLI A, MESSINA A, & PETRUCCIONE F (2004). Dissipation-induced stationary entanglement in dipole-dipole interacting atomic samples. PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 70(2), 022511-1-022511-4 [10.1103/PhysRevA.70.022511].
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