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Enhancing sensitivity to rotations with quantum solitonic currents
by P. Naldesi, J. Polo, V. Dunjko, H. Perrin, M. Olshanii, L. Amico and A. Minguzzi
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|As Contributors:||Anna Minguzzi · Piero Naldesi · Maxim Olshanii · Juan Polo|
|Date submitted:||2021-11-25 09:33|
|Submitted by:||Naldesi, Piero|
|Submitted to:||SciPost Physics|
We study a gas of attracting bosons confined in a ring shape potential pierced by an artificial magnetic field. Because of attractive interactions, quantum analogs of bright solitons are formed. As a genuine quantum-many-body feature, we demonstrate that angular momentum fractionalization occurs and that such effect manifests on time of flight measurements. As a consequence, the matter-wave current in our system can react to very small changes of rotation or other artificial gauge fields. We work out a protocol to entangle such quantum solitonic currents, allowing to operate rotation sensors and gyroscopes to Heisenberg-limited sensitivity. Therefore, we demonstrate that the specific coherence and entanglement properties of the system can induce an enhancement of sensitivity to an external rotation.
Published as SciPost Phys. 12, 138 (2022)
Author comments upon resubmission
We are grateful to all the referees for their careful reading and assessment of our paper.
We have addressed all the comments/criticisms made by the Referees in this response and in the revised version of the manuscript.
We hope that the paper can now be considered for publication.
Piero Naldesi on behalf of the authors.
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Anonymous Report 1 on 2021-12-10 (Invited Report)
The authors have revised the manuscript, and significantly improved the presentation, in particular the discussion on the quench scheme. While it is still a bit disappointing that the large system limit is not discussed in detail, I do think that this paper should be published in SciPost in its current form.