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Q: Fachverband Quantenoptik und Photonik

Q 53: Single Quantum Emitters (joint session Q/QI)

Q 53.6: Vortrag

Donnerstag, 9. März 2023, 16:00–16:15, E214

Multi-channel waveguide-integrated single photon sources — •Chaiyasit Nenbangkaeo, Alexander Eich, Tobias Spiekermann, and Carsten Schuck — Institute of Physics, University of Münster, Germany

Integrated quantum photonic technology requires large numbers of single quantum emitters. While single-emitter systems have successfully been embedded into nanophotonic waveguides [1], the integration of larger numbers of single-photon sources into complex photonic circuits has remained a challenge. Here we show a novel approach that allows for simultaneously coupling single-photons from several independent colloidal quantum dots into tantalum pentoxide waveguides (Ta2O5). We employ a lithographic technique that probabilistically inserts quantum dots into a waveguide array and then deterministically remove multi-emitter systems until only a single-emitter per waveguide channel remains, thus achieving high-yield integration of single-photon sources across multiple nanophotonic channels. We demonstrate the feasibility of our method with autocorrelation measurements, showing anti-bunching of quantum dot photoluminescence for each individual channel. Our work paves the way for deterministically equipping photonic integrated circuits with large numbers of single-photon sources benefitting a wide range of applications in quantum technology.

[1] Eich, Alexander, et al., ACS Photonics 2022 9 (2), 551-558

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