Abstract

The Dicke subradiance and superradiance resulting from the interaction between surface plasmons of a nanosphere and an ensemble of quantum emitters have been investigated using a Green’s function approach. Based on such an investigation, we propose a scheme for a deterministic multi-qubit quantum phase gate. As an example, two-qubit, three-qubit, and four-qubit quantum phase gates have been designed and analyzed in detail. Phenomena due to the losses in the metal are discussed. Potential applications of these phenomena to quantum-information processing are anticipated.

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