Integrated Semiconductor Quantum Photonic Devices
Daniel Gammon, Naval Research Laboratory, United States
Pascale Senellart, C2N-CNRS, University Paris Savclay, France
Glenn Solomon, Joint Quantum Institute/NIST, United States
Edo Waks, University of Maryland/Joint Quantum Institute, United States
The field of semiconductor quantum photonics has experienced rapid progress in the past two years. The integration of quantum dots with photonic structures has enabled bright single photons of high indistinguishably, on-chip quantum memories, and efficient light-matter interfaces. These advances position the field to begin a concerted focus towards large-scale integration for applications in quantum communication, computation, sensing, and simulation.
This Incubator will combine the expertise of the leading researchers in the field of quantum-dot devices and integrated photonics to articulate the challenges and develop pathways that will lead to highly integrated quantum photonic circuits composed of sources, memories, and strong nonlinearities. The Incubator will also identify the most suitable applications and optimal device implementations to perform complex quantum processing on a semiconductor chip. We will identify the critical remaining challenges in materials growth, device design, and systems integration, and define the best strategies to combine efficiency with the high coherence requirements needed for quantum technologies.
A limited number of spots have been set aside at this invitation only meeting for interested individuals to apply for. Please send a brief letter of interest along with a CV to the hosts at email@example.com.
This meeting is sponsored by the PFC@JQI.
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