Controllable single photon time-bin encoded qubits from a quantum dot


Semiconductor quantum dots are a popular choice for single photon sources as they have unparalleled brightness and may be embedded in a variety of solid-state devices. Recently, the coherent excitation of charged excitons has... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Louise Wells (University of Cambridge/Toshiba Research Europe Ltd)
  2. James Lee (University of Cambridge/Toshiba Research Europe Ltd)
  3. Bruno Villa (University of Cambridge/Toshiba Research Europe Ltd)
  4. Sokratis Kalliakos (Toshiba Research Europe Ltd)
  5. Mark Stevenson (Toshiba Research Europe Ltd)
  6. David Ellis (Toshiba Research Europe Ltd)
  7. Ian Farrer (University of Cambridge)
  8. David Ritchie (University of Cambridge)
  9. Anthony Bennett (Toshiba Research Europe Ltd)
  10. Andrew Shields (Toshiba Research Europe Ltd)

Topic Areas

Quantum information processing and computing , Quantum optics and non-classical light sources , Solid states and hybrid systems


PS1 » Poster Session (13:30 - Wednesday, 5th September, Hall)

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