Freiburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm
FM 8.6: Talk
Montag, 23. September 2019, 15:30–15:45, 1010
D-dimensional frequency-time entangled cluster states with on-chip frequency combs — •Michael Kues1,2, Christian Reimer2,3, Stefania Sciara2,4, Piotr Roztocki2, Mehedi Islam2, Luis Romero Cortés2, Yanbing Zhang2, Bennet Fisher2, Sébastian Loranger5, Raman Kashyap5, Alfonso Cino4, Sai T. Chu6, Brent E. Little7, David J. Moss8, Lucia Caspani9, William J. Munro10,11, José Azaña2, and Roberto Morandotti2,12,13 — 1Hannover Center for Optical Technologies — 2Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique — 3HyperLight Corporation — 4University of Palermo — 5Polytechnique Montreal — 6City University of Hong Kong — 7Chinese Academy of Science — 8Swinburne University of Technology — 9University of Strathclyde — 10NTT Corporation — 11National Institute of Informatics — 12University of Electronic Science and Technology of China — 13ITMO University
Cluster states, a specific class of multi-partite entangled states, are of particular importance for quantum science, as such systems are equivalent to the realization of one-way quantum computers. Here, we demonstrated the generation of d-level cluster states using a high-dimensional time-frequency-domain approach in combination with a deterministic controlled phase gate. We then implemented d-level measurement-based quantum computing operations and showed the state*s high tolerance towards noise.