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13 May 2019 On-chip demonstration of Hong-Ou-Mandel effect using quantum-optical ring resonators
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Quantum information science aims to revolutionize existing methods for manipulating data by utilizing the unique features of nonclassical physical phenomena. This control is realized over several platforms, one particular being photonics which employs state of the art fabrication techniques that achieve integrated nanocircuit components. The Hong-Ou-Mandel effect underlies the basic entangling mechanism of linear optical quantum computing, and is a critical feature in the design of nanophotonic circuits used for quantum information processing. We will present some results from an on-chip Hong-Ou-Mandel (HOM) experiment that replaces the conventional beam splitter with a more compact and highly versatile ring resonator allowing greater functionality with an expanded parameter space dubbed Hong-Ou-Mandel Manifold (HOMM). The overarching goal of this work is to demonstrate on-chip, scalable, dynamically configurable quantum-optical interconnects for integration into photonic quantum information processing devices.
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John R. Serafini, David Spiecker, Jeffrey A. Steidle, Stefan F. Preble, Edwin E. Hach, Chris C. Tisson, Michael L. Fanto, Paul M. Alsing, and Matt Smith "On-chip demonstration of Hong-Ou-Mandel effect using quantum-optical ring resonators", Proc. SPIE 10984, Quantum Information Science, Sensing, and Computation XI, 109840E (13 May 2019);

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