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Electromagnetically induced transparency in circuit quantum electrodynamics with nested polariton states

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Author(s)

Junling Long, Hsiang S. Ku, Xian Wu, Xiu Gu, Russell E. Lake, Mustafa Bal, Yu-xi Liu, David P. Pappas

Abstract

Electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) is a signature of quantum interference in an atomic three-level system. By driving the dressed cavity-qubit states of a two-dimensional circuit QED system, we generate a set of polariton states in the nesting regime. The lowest three energy levels are utilized to form the $\Lambda$-type system. EIT is observed and verified by Akaike's information criterion based testing. Negative group velocities up to $-0.52\pm0.09$~km/s are obtained based on the dispersion relation in the EIT transmission spectrum.
Citation
Physical Review Letters
Volume
120
Issue
120

Keywords

Electromagnetically induced transparency, Quantum Optics

Citation

Long, J. , Ku, H. , Wu, X. , Gu, X. , Lake, R. , Bal, M. , Liu, Y. and Pappas, D. (2018), Electromagnetically induced transparency in circuit quantum electrodynamics with nested polariton states, Physical Review Letters, [online], https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.083602 (Accessed May 29, 2024)

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Created February 23, 2018, Updated November 10, 2018