Prof. Yueh-Nan Chen and his collaborators publish a paper in Phy Rev. Lett. on the topics of non-Markovianity and temporal steering.

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Poster:Daw-Wei WangPost date:2016-01-19
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 Prof. Yueh-Nan Chen (Dep. of Physics, NCKU, and Center Scientist of NCTS) and his student collaborate with Prof. Franco Nori (Riken, Japan) on the topics of non-Markovianity and temporal steering. They introduce and discuss a measure of temporal steering, termed the temporal steerable weight, and show that it can be used as kernel for a measure of non-Markovianity. They give both a proof of this and a range of practical examples showing how it can be implemented in existing experiments, and how it fairs against other, alternative measures of non-Markovianity. This is the first time the concepts of steering and non-Markovian channels have been combined, and they believe these results will be of interest to researchers both in quantum information and those in the field of open quantum systems.



[1] Quantifying non-Markovianity with temporal steering, 
Shin-Liang Chen, Neill Lambert, Che-Ming Li, Adam Miranowicz, Yueh-Nan Chen*, and Franco Nori , Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 020503 (2016).
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