Kong, Deming Pu, Minhao Liu, Yong Zheng, Yi Semenova, Elizaveta Yvind, Kresten Oxenløwe, Leif Katsuo Galili, Michael Hu, Hao

We demonstrate wavelength conversion over 744 nm in an AlGaAsOI nanowaveguide using a 17.5-dBm continuous-wave pump. We convert 10 Gbit/s NRZ-OOK and Nyquist PAM 4 signals at a conversion efficiency of −28 dB.

Zhaksylykova, Indira

This work explores the use of the magneto-optical Kerr effect to study conduction electron spin dynamics in non-magnetic semiconductors when pumped with circularly polarized photons. Typically, non-equilibrium, optically-induced magnetic moments in non-magnetic semiconductors are orders of magnitude smaller than those of magnetized materials, inclu...

Zhaksylykova, Indira

This work explores the use of the magneto-optical Kerr effect to study conduction electron spin dynamics in non-magnetic semiconductors when pumped with circularly polarized photons. Typically, non-equilibrium, optically-induced magnetic moments in non-magnetic semiconductors are orders of magnitude smaller than those of magnetized materials, inclu...

Zhaksylykova, Indira

This work explores the use of the magneto-optical Kerr effect to study conduction electron spin dynamics in non-magnetic semiconductors when pumped with circularly polarized photons. Typically, non-equilibrium, optically-induced magnetic moments in non-magnetic semiconductors are orders of magnitude smaller than those of magnetized materials, inclu...

Zhaksylykova, Indira

This work explores the use of the magneto-optical Kerr effect to study conduction electron spin dynamics in non-magnetic semiconductors when pumped with circularly polarized photons. Typically, non-equilibrium, optically-induced magnetic moments in non-magnetic semiconductors are orders of magnitude smaller than those of magnetized materials, inclu...

Christensen, Jesper Bjerge Koefoed, Jacob Gade Rottwitt, Karsten McKinstrie, C. J.

The future of integrated quantum photonics relies heavily on the ability to engineer refined methods for preparing the quantum states needed to implement various quantum protocols. An important example of such states is quantum-correlated photon pairs, which can be efficiently generated using spontaneous nonlinear processes in integrated microring-...

Christensen, Jesper Bjerge Koefoed, Jacob Gade Rottwitt, Karsten McKinstrie, C. J.

The future of integrated quantum photonics relies heavily on the ability to engineer refined methods for preparing the quantum states needed to implement various quantum protocols. An important example of such states is quantum-correlated photon pairs, which can be efficiently generated using spontaneous nonlinear processes in integrated microring-...

Christensen, Jesper Bjerge Koefoed, Jacob Gade Rottwitt, Karsten McKinstrie, C. J.

The future of integrated quantum photonics relies heavily on the ability to engineer refined methods for preparing the quantum states needed to implement various quantum protocols. An important example of such states is quantum-correlated photon pairs, which can be efficiently generated using spontaneous nonlinear processes in integrated microring-...

Christensen, Jesper Bjerge Koefoed, Jacob Gade Rottwitt, Karsten McKinstrie, C. J.

The future of integrated quantum photonics relies heavily on the ability to engineer refined methods for preparing the quantum states needed to implement various quantum protocols. An important example of such states is quantum-correlated photon pairs, which can be efficiently generated using spontaneous nonlinear processes in integrated microring-...

Christensen, Jesper Bjerge Koefoed, Jacob Gade Rottwitt, Karsten McKinstrie, C. J.

The future of integrated quantum photonics relies heavily on the ability to engineer refined methods for preparing the quantum states needed to implement various quantum protocols. An important example of such states is quantum-correlated photon pairs, which can be efficiently generated using spontaneous nonlinear processes in integrated microring-...