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Hong-Ou-Mandel effect [Technology]
posted June 3 2014 15:11.00 by spic0m




An animation explaining how two indistinguishable single photons that simultaneously enter a beam splitter will always leave together. LDSD semiconductor research group of Sheffield University are developing miniaturised semiconductor structures like the one shown in the animation to demonstrate the Hong-Ou-Mandel effect. Their overall goal is to interface static qubits (exciton or spin states in quantum dots) with flying qubits (photons), in order to demonstrate the key components of quantum networks.



[Link: LDSD semiconductor research group Sheffield University]
 
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