Many-body nonlocality as a resource for quantum-enhanced metrology



University of Warsaw

March 12, 2021 11:34 AM

In this talk I will argue that the strongest quantum correlation, manifested by a many-body nonlocality, is a resource for ultra-precise metrology. I will show that the sensitivity of a quantum sensor can be expressed in terms of many-body correlation functions (such that witness the nonlocality) of all orders. I will illustrate this general result with some prominent examples, such as a collection of spins forming an Ising chain or a gas of ultra-cold bosons in any two-mode configuration.