We present a simulation method allowing for modeling of quantum dynamics of nonlinear quantum scissors’ (NQS) systems. We concentrate on the two-mode model involving two mutually interacting nonlinear quantum oscillators (Kerr nonlinear coupler) excited by a series of ultra-short external coherent pulses. We show that despite the simplicity of the method one can obtain non-trivial results. In particular, we discuss and compare two cases of kicked nonlinear coupler, showing that the quantum evolution of the system remains closed within a two-qubit Hilbert space and can lead to maximally entangled states generation.
|Computer Simulation of Two-Mode Nonlinear Quantum Scissors||2014-02-27|