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Synchronized optical cavities for quantum optics (Poster)

Abstract : We will discuss the potential of synchronized optical cavities in the pulsed regime to generate complex mesoscopic quantum states and to implement quantum operations following recent theoretical proposals. Single-photons are a main resource for these targeted protocols, but pure states in well-defined spatio-temporal modes are required in order to perform relevant homodyne measurements. We will present a setup for high-rate single-photons generation, based on exaltation cavities in the pulsed regime, and discuss the way to synchronize this source with another cavity in order to have a quantum memory and to implement new kinds of innovative quantum protocols.
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Rosa Tualle-Brouri, Martin Bouillard, Guillaume Boucher, Bhaskar Kanseri. Synchronized optical cavities for quantum optics (Poster). Photonics West, Advances in Photonics of Quantum Computing, Memory, and Communication X, Jan 2017, San Francisco, United States. ⟨hal-01737358⟩



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