Scalable integration of quantum emitters into photonic integrated circuits

Available to watch now, a Quantum Week webinar exploring the full potential of photonic quantum technologies

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To unleash the full potential of photonic quantum technologies we are urged to miniaturize and integrate our systems. One crucial building block is quantum light sources.

Prof. Dr Klaus Jöns will discuss the route to photonic integration and give an overview on quantum emitter integration approaches.

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Prof. Dr Klaus Jöns obtained his doctoral degree in physics from the University of Stuttgart in 2013. Afterwards, he joined the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft, the Netherlands. In 2015, he received a Marie Sklodowska-Curie postdoctoral individual fellowship to move to KTH Stockholm, Sweden. Since then he received has numerous fellowships and prizes, including the Göran Gustafsson Prize and an ERC starting grant. In 2020, he was appointed a full professor at Paderborn University. Jöns is leading the Research Group Hybrid Quantum Photonic Devices (hqpd), developing quantum photonic circuits for quantum technology applications. His group is part of the Center of Optoelectronics and Photonics Paderborn (CeOPP) and the newly founded institute, Photonic Quantum Systems (PhoQS).

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Speaker relationship with IOP Publishing

Read Prof Jöns’ perspective on this topic in Materials for Quantum Technology, a new open access journal from IOP Publishing.

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