A low-noise atomic quantum memory in the Paschen-Back regime

Roberto Mottola

University of Basel

Roberto Mottola is a PhD student in the atomic physics research group of Philipp Treutlein at the University of Basel. He is working on quantum memories based on hot atomic vapor and on realizing a hybrid quantum node. Roberto graduated at the Humboldt University in Berlin.


Quantum networks have been proposed to overcome current limitations in quantum communication and computing. Through entanglement of adjacent network nodes they could allow the creation of unconditionally secure links [1] and... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Roberto Mottola (University of Basel)
  2. Andrew Horsley (The Australian National University)
  3. Gianni Buser (University of Basel)
  4. Janik Wolters (University of Basel)
  5. Lucas Béguin (Laboratoire Kastler Brossel)
  6. Jan-Philipp Jahn (University of Basel)
  7. Richard Warburton (University of Basel)
  8. Philipp Treutlein (University of Basel)

Topic Areas

Quantum communication , Solid states and hybrid systems


OS2b-R235A » Quantum communication & Quantum Networks (16:50 - Thursday, 6th September, Room 235A)

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