Spin-photon interface and spin-controlled photon switching in a nanobeam waveguide

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Spin-photon interface and spin-controlled photon switching in a nanobeam waveguide. / Javadi, Alisa; Ding, Dapeng; Appel, Martin Hayhurst; Mahmoodian, Sahand; Löbl, Matthias C.; Söllner, Immo; Schott, Rüdiger; Papon, Camille; Pregnolato, Tommaso; Stobbe, Søren; Midolo, Leonardo; Schröder, Tim; Wieck, Andreas D.; Ludwig, Arne; Warburton, Richard J.; Lodahl, Peter.

In: Nature Nanotechnology, Vol. 13, No. 5, 19.03.2018, p. 398-403.

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Javadi, A, Ding, D, Appel, MH, Mahmoodian, S, Löbl, MC, Söllner, I, Schott, R, Papon, C, Pregnolato, T, Stobbe, S, Midolo, L, Schröder, T, Wieck, AD, Ludwig, A, Warburton, RJ & Lodahl, P 2018, 'Spin-photon interface and spin-controlled photon switching in a nanobeam waveguide', Nature Nanotechnology, vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 398-403. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41565-018-0091-5

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Javadi, A., Ding, D., Appel, M. H., Mahmoodian, S., Löbl, M. C., Söllner, I., ... Lodahl, P. (2018). Spin-photon interface and spin-controlled photon switching in a nanobeam waveguide. Nature Nanotechnology, 13(5), 398-403. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41565-018-0091-5

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Javadi A, Ding D, Appel MH, Mahmoodian S, Löbl MC, Söllner I et al. Spin-photon interface and spin-controlled photon switching in a nanobeam waveguide. Nature Nanotechnology. 2018 Mar 19;13(5):398-403. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41565-018-0091-5

Author

Javadi, Alisa ; Ding, Dapeng ; Appel, Martin Hayhurst ; Mahmoodian, Sahand ; Löbl, Matthias C. ; Söllner, Immo ; Schott, Rüdiger ; Papon, Camille ; Pregnolato, Tommaso ; Stobbe, Søren ; Midolo, Leonardo ; Schröder, Tim ; Wieck, Andreas D. ; Ludwig, Arne ; Warburton, Richard J. ; Lodahl, Peter. / Spin-photon interface and spin-controlled photon switching in a nanobeam waveguide. In: Nature Nanotechnology. 2018 ; Vol. 13, No. 5. pp. 398-403.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Access to the electron spin is at the heart of many protocols for integrated and distributed quantum-information processing [1-4]. For instance, interfacing the spin-state of an electron and a photon can be utilized to perform quantum gates between photons [2,5] or to entangle remote spin states [6-9]. Ultimately, a quantum network of entangled spins constitutes a new paradigm in quantum optics [1]. Towards this goal, an integrated spin-photon interface would be a major leap forward. Here we demonstrate an efficient and optically programmable interface between the spin of an electron in a quantum dot and photons in a nanophotonic waveguide. The spin can be deterministically prepared with a fidelity of 96\{\%}. Subsequently the system is used to implement a {"}single-spin photonic switch{"}, where the spin state of the electron directs the flow of photons through the waveguide. The spin-photon interface may enable on-chip photon-photon gates [2], single-photon transistors [10], and efficient photonic cluster state generation [11].",
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AU - Midolo, Leonardo

AU - Schröder, Tim

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AU - Ludwig, Arne

AU - Warburton, Richard J.

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