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-...

Guan, Xiaowei Hu, Hao Oxenløwe, Leif Katsuo Frandsen, Lars Hagedorn

Dense integration of photonic integrated circuits demands waveguides simultaneously fulfilling requirements on compactness, low loss, high nonlinearity, and capabilities for mass production. In this work, titanium dioxide waveguides with a thick core of 380 nm exhibiting a compact mode size (0.43 mu m(2)) and a low loss (5.4 +/- 1 dB/cm) at telecom...

Guan, Xiaowei Hu, Hao Oxenløwe, Leif Katsuo Frandsen, Lars Hagedorn

Dense integration of photonic integrated circuits demands waveguides simultaneously fulfilling requirements on compactness, low loss, high nonlinearity, and capabilities for mass production. In this work, titanium dioxide waveguides with a thick core of 380 nm exhibiting a compact mode size (0.43 mu m(2)) and a low loss (5.4 +/- 1 dB/cm) at telecom...

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-...

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-...

Guan, Xiaowei Hu, Hao Oxenløwe, Leif Katsuo Frandsen, Lars Hagedorn

Dense integration of photonic integrated circuits demands waveguides simultaneously fulfilling requirements on compactness, low loss, high nonlinearity, and capabilities for mass production. In this work, titanium dioxide waveguides with a thick core of 380 nm exhibiting a compact mode size (0.43 mu m(2)) and a low loss (5.4 +/- 1 dB/cm) at telecom...