A2: Remote entanglement by environment control in optical cavity arrays

Michael Köhl

We study emitters in optical fiber cavities as a prototype of an elementary driven open quantum system. We investigate both single trapped ions and excitons in two-dimensional materials. Our focus is on the non-classical properties of the interaction, such as the entanglement between light and matter, and how to facilitate the openness of the emitter/cavity system to engineer interesting novel quantum states.