Proton Beam Induction of Quantum Correlations in Silicon Nanocrystal
Permanent system size decreasing trend of communication systems defined by Moores Law, by 2015 will imply the implementation of elements as memory units comparable to individual atoms and charge. Accordingly, the quantum effects at the subatomic level will have a decisive influence on the development of information technology. We investigate induction-generation of mutual quantum correlations entanglement, which implies accurate control, manipulation and transfer of quantum information qubits addressable for modeling and implementation in quantum channels and network systems. The proposed investigation employs the quantum communication protocol based on the transmission model of hyperchanneled protons and the Monte Carlo simulations of spin systems in silicon nanocrystals. The quantum electrodynamical nature of entanglement as an essential quantum property that establishes mutual predictable correlation of particles of energy/matter is investigated using the precisely guided proton bea...m through a Si-29 nanocrystal axial channel on a basis of screened Molieres interaction potential. Numerical solutions of equations of motion of protons correspond to hyperchanneled proton spatial and angular distributions in the phase space.
- Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium, Aug 12-15, 2013, Stockholm, Sweden