Towards fiber coupled cavity quantum electrodynamics

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Towards fiber coupled cavity quantum electrodynamics

Type: Master thesis
Title: Towards fiber coupled cavity quantum electrodynamics
Author: Post, Vincent P.
Issue Date: 2017-08-29
Keywords: Quantum optics
Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics
Fiber optics
micropillar cavity
Quantum Matter
Solid State Physics
Quantum Dots
Quantum Network
Abstract: A cavity quantum electrodynamics system consisting of quantum dots in a micropillar cavity may form an essential building block for the creation of a quantum network. Current systems do not allow for the scaling, in a simple manner, to a large network. Therefore, we introduce a scalable approach by coupling a micropillar cavity to single-mode fibers. The steps taken to achieve the fiber coupling are explained and the first tests for researching a fiber coupled cavity quantum electrodynamics system are shown. The first tests show that full input-output fiber based polarization control of a micropillar cavity at 3.5 K is possible which is important for a photon polarization based quantum network. Several experimental challenges are shown and discussed. Despite the experimental challenges, the first tests may pave the way for a more scalable approach for building a large-scale quantum network.
Supervisor: Löffler, WolfgangBouwmeester, Dirk
Faculty: Faculty of Science
Department: Physics (Master)
Specialisation: Research in physics, Quantum Matter and Optics
ECTS Credits: 3
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/43457
 

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