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HL: Fachverband Halbleiterphysik

HL 36: Focus Session: Integrated Quantum Photonics II

Dienstag, 17. März 2020, 14:00–15:45, POT 51

The huge impact of semiconductor-based technologies on modern society has resulted from the ability to integrate small functional units or building blocks into integrated circuits with macroscopic functionality. In a similar way, integrated nanophotonic quantum circuits are believed to enable real-world quantum technologies with applications in secure communication, information processing, metrology and sensing.

Organizers: Kai Müller (TU Munich) and Tobias Heindel (TU Berlin)

14:00 HL 36.1 Hauptvortrag: Towards One-way Quantum Repeaters with Spin Qubits in Nanophotonic Interfaces — •Tim Schröder
14:30 HL 36.2 Applications of a Wannier-Stark modulator in waveguide configuration for optical signal regeneration, memory operation and computing in the telecom wavelength range — •Heinz-Christoph Neitzert
14:45 HL 36.3 Deterministic integration of single quantum dots into on-chip waveguide devices using in-situ electron beam lithography — •Johannes Schall, Peter Schnauber, Samir Bounouar, Theresa Höhne, Anshuman Singh, Suk In Park, Geun-Hwan Ryu, Tobias Heindel, Sven Burger, Jin-Dong Song, Kartik Srinivasan, Sven Rodt, Marcelo Davanco, and Stephan Reitzenstein
  15:00 HL 36.4 The contribution has been withdrawn.
15:15 HL 36.5 Hauptvortrag: Classical computing with quantum states of light — •Stefanie Barz
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