When injecting electrons through a electronic Mach-Zehnder interferometer, quantum interferences between the paths a) and b) leads to a transmitted current IT oscillating with the bias applied on the side gate VSD. This bias allows the vary the length of the arm b) and hence the phase difference between path a) and path b).

When injecting electrons through a electronic Mach-Zehnder interferometer, quantum interferences between the paths a) and b) leads to a transmitted current IT oscillating with the bias applied on the side gate VSD. This bias allows the vary the length of the arm b) and hence the phase difference between path a) and path b).

ELECTRON QUANTUM OPTICS with GaAs/GaAlAs

Here we will describe in more details the field of research devoted to the manipulation of quantum excitations in one dimensional chiral electron wires.