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Quantum Frequency Conversion for Hybrid Quantum Networks

Location

Information Technology Laboratory, Applied and Computational Mathematics Division

RO# Location
50.77.11.B8345 Gaithersburg, MD

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Advisers

Name E-mail Phone
Kuo, Paulina S paulina.kuo@nist.gov 301.975.4105

Description

Future quantum networks will consist of a mixture of different technologies that operate at different wavelengths. Our research focuses on photonic devices that can bridge these different wavelengths while maintaining the quantum properties. We study quantum frequency conversion (QFC) using high efficiency, nonlinear optical frequency conversion (sum- and difference-frequency generation). We are interested in properties of QFC devices, such as efficiency, noise, and bandwidth, and potential integration of QFC devices with qubit technologies.

 

References

Kuo PS, et al: “Reducing noise in single-photon-level frequency conversion.” Optics Letters 38: 1310, 2013

Kuo PS, et al: “Spectral response of an upconversion detector and spectrometer.” Optics Express 21: 22523, 2013

Kuo PS, et al: “Characterization of type II spontaneous parametric down-conversion in domain-engineered PPLN.” Proceedings of SPIE 9762: 976211, 2016

 

Keywords:
Quantum optics; Quantum communications; Nonlinear optics; Single photon; Lasers;

Eligibility

Citizenship:  Open to U.S. citizens
Level:  Open to Postdoctoral applicants
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