A quantum cryptographic network enhanced by quantum memories

Mael Flament

Stony Brook University

Student in the Quantum Information Technology group at Stony Brook University (USA) focusing on instrumentation development.

Eden Figueroa

Stony Brook University

- PhD student with Prof. A. I. Lvovsky in the Institute for Quantum Information Science at the University of Calgary, Canada- Postdoc in the Quantum Dynamics Group of Prof. G. Rempe at the Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik in Garching, Germany- Starting in 2013: Group leader of the Quantum Information Technology group at Stony Brook University


We report on the creation of an elementary memory assisted quantum communication network and present individual experiments addressing the various challenges to create the quantum connectivity needed to perform long-distance... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Mael Flament (Stony Brook University)
  2. Alessia Scriminich (University of Padua)
  3. Mehdi Namazi (Department of Applied Physics, Yale University)
  4. Steven Segona (Stony Brook University)
  5. Sonali Gera (Stony Brook University)
  6. Bertus Jordaan (Stony Brook University)
  7. Reihaneh Shahrokhshahi (Stony Brook University)
  8. Giuseppe Vallone (University of Padua)
  9. Paolo Villoresi (University of Padua)
  10. Eden Figueroa (Stony Brook University)

Topic Areas

Quantum communication , Atom and ion trapping , Quantum optics and non-classical light sources


OS3a-R235A » Quantum optics & Quantum communication (14:30 - Friday, 7th September, Room 235A)

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