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Autor: José Alfredo Jaramillo Villegas
Editorial: Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira
Edición: Primera, 2019
Formato: Libro
Rústica, 17 x 24 cm
119 páginas
Peso: 0.246 Kg
ISBN: 9789587223866

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Reseña. Silicon nitride microring resonators: Classical and quantum applications.

During the last decade, optical frequency combs have had a significant impact in the fields of precision metrology and astronomy. In more recent years, silicon nitride (SiN) mirroring resonators (MRR) have proven to be a useful platform for the miniaturization of these frequency comb sources. This research expands the knowledge in this field in two directions. Firstly, from the classical point of view, it explores the use of SiN MRRs for the generation of a single cavity soliton. In this area, we reported cavity soliton formation and its corresponding frequency comb with high coherence and low-intensity noise. Also, we were able to observe the intra-cavity field showing a single pulse of 74 fs through time-domain measurements. Furthermore, we were able to generate a single cavity soliton breather, and we demonstrated a 7T phase shift between the oscillation of the pump and the comb lines. Secondly, from the quantum point of view, this project investigates SiN MRRs as a source of entangled photon pairs for quantum information processing technologies. In this direction, we have reported a source of comb-shaped entangled photon pairs, also called biphoton frequency combs, on a chip. The pairwise energy-time entanglement verification and the potential use of this source in quantum communications have been demonstrated using Franson interferometry and nonlocal dispersion cancellation, respectively. To show that the generated entangled photons are in a coherent superposition of frequency bins, we used a biphoton frequency comb with 50 GHz free spectral range and used a phase modulation technique to overlap contiguous frequency bins, creating indistinguishability and interference patterns. This novel high-dimensional frequency-bin entangled source of photon pairs has a potentially high impact in areas like quantum computing and quantum communications due to its low cost, robustness, compactness, and scalability.

Contenido. Silicon nitride microring resonators: Classical and quantum applications.

ABSTRACT
 
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Optical Frequency Combs
1.2 Time-Frequency Entangled Photon Pairs
 
I OPTICAL KERR FREQUENCY COMBS
 
2 SIMULATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF OPTICAL KERR FREQUENCY COMBS
2.1 Numerical Simulations using Lugiato-Lefever Equation
2.2 Experimental Characterization
2.3 Discussion
 
3 SINGLE CAVITY SOLITON
3.1 Device Properties and Transmission Spectra
3.2 Soliton Spectra and Power Transfer
3.3 Time-domain Characterization of the Single Soliton
3.4 Discussion
 
4 SINGLE CAVITY SOLITON BREATHER AND FERMIPASTA- ULAM RECURRENCE
4.1 Experimental Setup
4.2 Simulation of Soliton Breather with Raman Effect
4.3 Evolution of Comb Lines and Power Transfer
4.4 Discussion
 
II BIPHOTON FREQUENCY COMBS
5 BFC TIME-ENERGY ENTANGLEMENT
5.1 Joint Spectral Intensity
5.2 Time Entanglement with Franson Interferometers
5.3 Nonlocal Cancellation of Dispersion
5.4 Discussion
 
6 BFC FREQUENCY-BIN ENTANGLEMENT
6.1 Joint Spectral Intensity
6.2 Two-Dimensional Frequency-Bin Entanglement
6.3 Quantum State Tomography
6.4 Three-Dimensional Frequency-Bin Entanglement
6.5 Discussion
 
7 SUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKS
7.1 Brief Remarks
7.2 Summary and Contributions
7.3 Outlook and Future Work
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Silicon nitride microring resonators: Classical and quantum applications

Silicon nitride microring resonators: Classical and quantum applications

Autor: José Alfredo Jaramillo Villegas
Editorial: Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira
Edición: Primera, 2019
Formato: Libro
Rústica, 17 x 24 cm
119 páginas
Peso: 0.246 Kg
ISBN: 9789587223866

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