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Quantum dots and entanglement

July 14, 2017 - 4:00pm
Speaker: 
Tobias Huber
Institution: 
JQI
In this talk I will introduce some basic principles of semiconductor quantum dots and show how their discrete energy spectrum can be used to generate entangled photon pairs and spin photon entanglement. I will show, how a virtual level and two photon excitation can be used to excite a (single photon) forbidden transition. And if the time allows, I will show how different degrees of freedom can be used simultaneously to generate hyper-entangled photon pairs.
 
 
(The JQI summer school is for students and postdocs, but others are welcome to join for refreshments afterwards; Discussion with refreshments at 5:00pm)
PSC 2136

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