Toward a quantum network based on semiconductor quantum dots

Gazzano, O., Nowak, A. K., Giesz, V., Loo, V., Arnold, C., Portalupi, S. L., Demory, J., Almeida, M. P., White, A. G., Salvio, C. D., Braun, P. F., Karrai, K., Sagnes, I., Lemaitre, A., Lanco, L. and Senellart, P. (2014). Toward a quantum network based on semiconductor quantum dots. In: CLEO: 2014. CLEO: QELS Fundamental Science (CLEO QELS 2014), San Jose, CA United States, (). 8-13 June 2014.

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Author Gazzano, O.
Nowak, A. K.
Giesz, V.
Loo, V.
Arnold, C.
Portalupi, S. L.
Demory, J.
Almeida, M. P.
White, A. G.
Salvio, C. D.
Braun, P. F.
Karrai, K.
Sagnes, I.
Lemaitre, A.
Lanco, L.
Senellart, P.
Title of paper Toward a quantum network based on semiconductor quantum dots
Conference name CLEO: QELS Fundamental Science (CLEO QELS 2014)
Conference location San Jose, CA United States
Conference dates 8-13 June 2014
Proceedings title CLEO: 2014
Journal name Optics InfoBase Conference Papers
Place of Publication Washington, DC United States
Publisher Optical Society of American (OSA)
Publication Year 2014
Year available 2014
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9781557529992
ISSN 2162-2701
Total pages 2
Collection year 2015
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Recent advances in quantum dot based quantum technology are presented: scalable fabrication of bright sources of single photons or entangled photon pairs, optical non-linearities at the few photon scales and first implementations of quantum gates.
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Institutional Status UQ

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