Bouchiat, V and Chtchelkatchev, N and Feinberg, D and Lesovik, G B and Martin, T and Torres, J (2003) Single-walled carbon nanotube&ndash;superconductor entangler: noise correlations and Einstein&ndash;Podolsky&ndash;Rosen states. Nanotechnology, 14 (1). pp. 77-85.
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We propose a device which implements a solid-state nanostructured electron entangler. It consists of a single-walled carbon nanotube connected at both ends to normal state electrodes and coupled in its middle part to a superconducting nanowire. Such a device acts as an electronic beam splitter for correlated electrons originating from the superconductor. We first show that it can be used to detect positive (bosonic-like) noise correlations in a fermionic system. Furthermore, it provides a source for entangled electrons in the two arms of the splitter. To generate entangled electron states, we propose two kinds of set-up based either on spin or energy filters. They respectively consist of ferromagnetic pads and of a system of electrostatic gates which define quantum dots. The fabrication of this device would require state-of-the-art nanofabrication techniques, carbon nanotube synthesis and integration, as well as atomic force microscopy imaging and manipulation.
|Deposited By:||Prof. Alexey Ivanov|
|Deposited On:||16 Mar 2009 10:41|
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