Apply before December 18th The first position takes place within the QLUSTER European FET research program (https://qluster.eu/), and is dedicated to the development of photonic cluster states based on spin-photon entanglement. The second position takes place within the PHOQUSING European … Continued
We have an open PhD position with excellent funding conditions (salary + travel + exchange programs with European research partners), provided by the Marie Curie Innovative Training Network QUDOT-TECH (www.qudot-tech.eu). We welcome highly-motivated applicants with an excellent background in quantum … Continued
P. Senellart was interviewed by the French Science museum… For French speakers only!
We are hiring two PhD students on the European Marie Curie Training network QUDOT-TECH dedicated to Quantum Dots for Photonic Quantum Information Technologies. Find out more about the project here The two positions are described here – ESR1 – ESR9 … Continued
Congratulations to Dr. Loïc Lanco who was nominated as a junior member of the “Institut universitaire de France” (IUF) for five years, starting from October 1st 2019. The Institut Universitaire de France is a service of the French Ministry of Higher Education that distinguishes … Continued
Physicists at C2N have demonstrated for the first time the direct generation of light in a state that is simultaneously a single photon, two photons, and no photon at all. They showed that the same kind of light emitters used … Continued
Micropillar are excellent acoustic resonators in the 18 HGz range Optics Express 25, 24437-24447 (2017) Recent experiments demonstrated that GaAs/AlAs based micropillar cavities are promising systems for quantum optomechanics, allowing the simultaneous three-dimensional confinement of near-infrared photons and acoustic phonons … Continued
Tunable bandwidth and nonlinearities in an atom-photon interface with subradiant states Phys. Rev. A 98, 013813 – (2018) Optical nonlinearities at the single-photon level are key features to build efficient photon-photon gates and to implement quantum networks. Such optical nonlinearities can … Continued
Polarization rotation induced by an artificial atom in a cavity Optica 4, 1326-1332 (2017) A major challenge in the development of atom–photon and photon–photon quantum gates is to provide output photons in a pure quantum state, as opposed to incoherent … Continued
Nature Nanotechnology 12, 1026–1039 (2017) Pascale Senellart, Glenn Solomon and Andrew White were invited to write a review article about the fantastic progress made by the semiconductor community in the development of single photon sources. All you wanted to know here.