Baart, Timothy A.
Vandersypen, Lieven M.K.
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We demonstrate a coherent spin shuttle through a GaAs/AlGaAs quadruple-quantum-dot array. Starting with two electrons in a spin-singlet state in the first dot, we shuttle one electron over to either the second, third, or fourth dot. We observe that the separated spin-singlet evolves periodically into the m = 0 spin-triplet and back before it dephases due to nuclear spin noise. We attribute the time evolution to differences in the local Zeeman splitting between the respective dots. With the help of numerical simulations, we analyze and discuss the visibility of the singlet-triplet oscillations and connect it to the requirements for coherent spin shuttling in terms of the inter-dot tunnel coupling strength and rise time of the pulses. The distribution of entangled spin pairs through tunnel coupled structures may be of great utility for connecting distant qubit registers on a chip Show more
Journal / seriesNPJ QUANTUM INFORMATION
PublisherNature Publishing Group
Organisational unit03833 - Wegscheider, Werner
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