Spin Squeezing with Itinerant Dipoles: A Case for Shallow Lattices
Entangled spin squeezed states generated via dipolar interactions in lattice models provide unique opportunities for quantum enhanced sensing and are now within reach of current experiments. A critical question in this context is which parameter regimes offer the best prospects under realistic conditions. Light scattering in deep lattices can induce significant decoherence and strong Stark shifts, while shallow lattices face motional decoherence as a fundamental obstacle.
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