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Quantum Frequency Conversion and Nanophotonic Devices

November 3, 2014 - 11:00am
Speaker: 
Kartik Srinivasan
Institution: 
NIST

Quantum frequency conversion is a valuable resource for overcoming spectral mismatch in photonic quantum systems.   In this talk, I will provide an overview of our laboratory’s research on a variety of topics related to quantum frequency conversion.  This includes proof-of-principle experiments combining single photon sources and established frequency conversion technology, and the development of a number of different nanophotonic devices of relevance to photonic quantum information science.  Quantum dot single photon sources, four-wave-mixing-based frequency converters, and nanocavity optomechanical and electromechanical devices are amongst the topics that will be discussed.

Host: Luis Orozco and James Williams

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