Tomography of the optical polarization rotation induced by a single quantum dot in a cavity

Paul Hilaire


Paul Hilaire is a third-year PhD student at Centre de Nanosciences et Nanotechnologies in Marcoussis. He will be presenting is work on polarization tomography of quantum-dot-based cavity-QED devices.


The development of future quantum networks requires an efficient interface between stationary and flying qubits. A promising approach is a single semiconductor quantum dot (QD) deterministically coupled to a micropillar... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Paul Hilaire (CNRS-C2N)
  2. Carlos Anton (CNRS-C2N)
  3. Clément Millet (CNRS-C2N)
  4. Abdelmounaim Harouri (CNRS-C2N)
  5. Aristide Lemaître (CNRS-C2N)
  6. Isabelle Sagnes (CNRS-C2N)
  7. Olivier Krebs (CNRS-C2N)
  8. Daniel Lanzillotti Kimura (CNRS-C2N)
  9. Niccolo Somaschi (CNRS-C2N)
  10. Pascale Senellart (CNRS-C2N)
  11. Loïc Lanco (CNRS-C2N)

Topic Areas

Quantum communication , Quantum optics and non-classical light sources


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

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