Raman coherence in a circuit quantum electrodynamics lambda system
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2016

Atomic three-level systems dressed by two coherent electromagnetic fields can exhibit coherent population trapping and electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) due to quantum interference. By addressing the combined qubit-cavity states of a superconducting transmon qubit in a three-dimensional copper cavity with two microwave drives we establish an effective system, two legs of which are defined by a dipole transition and a two-photon transition. This circuit-based system allows the observation of three-microwave-photon Raman coherence effects, including coherent population trapping and EIT, which are demonstrated here with both steady-state spectroscopic techniques and time-domain measurements. By sending Gaussian microwave pulses through the cavity in the EIT regime, a negative group velocity of the pulse is observed with the peak of the pulse exiting the cavity 9.4 μs before entering.


S. Novikov

Northrop Grumman corporation

University of Maryland

T. Sweeney

University of Maryland

J.E. Robinson

University of Maryland

U.S. Army Research Laboratory

S.P. Premaratne

University of Maryland

Baladitya Suri

Chalmers, Mikroteknologi och nanovetenskap, Kvantkomponentfysik

F.C. Wellstood

University of Maryland

Center for Nanophysics and Advanced Materials

B.S. Palmer

University of Maryland

Nature Physics

1745-2473 (ISSN) 17452481 (eISSN)

Vol. 12 1 75-79


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