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Diamond Nanophotonic Quantum Networks

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  • Organisers

    Wolfram Pernice, University of Münster, Germany
    Alexander Kubanek, Ulm University, Germany

  • Day & Time

    21.09.2022, 10:45 – 12:30

  • Location

    Room Kairo

  • Description

    Quantum processors promise to deliver enormous computational power for solving problems which lie beyond the capabilities of classical machines. There are many hardware platforms on which quantum computing can be developed, and it is not yet clear which technological approach will prove most successful. Photonic technologies face challenges because of the need to generate and transform the required quantum states on demand.

    Integrated quantum photonic circuits provide a viable route for the generation, manipulation, and detection of quantum states of light in miniaturized waveguide circuits. Implementation of these three operations in a single integrated platform is a crucial step toward a fully scalable approach to quantum photonic technologies. Diamond has emerged as a particularly promising material as it naturally combines a large transparency range for the fabrication of low-loss photonic circuits, and a variety of optically active defects for the realization of efficient single-photon emitters.

    This symposium focusses on the opportunities and challenges of diamond-based integrated quantum photonic architectures. Implementations, physics and applications of diamond components for quantum technologies will be discussed.

  • Programme

    10:45 – 10:50: Introduction 
    Wolfram Pernice, University of Münster, Germany 
    Alexander KubanekUlm University, Germany

    10:50 – 11:15:Photonic quantum memories for satellite based quantum repeaters 
     Janik Wolters, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), TU Berlin, Germany

    11:15 – 11:40:Diamond spin nanophotonics for quantum networks
     Tim Schröder, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

    11:40 – 12:05:Integration of spin-defects in SiC nanostructures
     Florian Kaiser, Universität Stuttgart, Germany

    12:05 – 12:30:Quantum networks, computations and simulations with spins in diamond
     Tim Taminiau, TU Delft, Netherlands