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Hybrid integration and investigation of quantum emitters in 2- and 3D-materials

Hybrid integration and investigation of quantum emitters in 2- and 3D-materials

Datum: 8. November 2016 13:00

Ort: NWZII, 6.331

Quantum emitters such as single photon emitters are an important building block of a future quantum optical technology. While atoms and ions provide a high optical quality of the photons emitted, for an integrated technology solid-state emitters are more promising.

In this talk, I will show the characterisation and integration of solid-state emitters to photon collecting structures such as tapered fibres and fibre coupled cavities. For this, defects in nanodiamond as well as defects in hexagonal boron nitride are investigated and their suitability for integration is evaluated. Using the integrated photon collecting structures, high collection efficiencies similar to large numerical aperture objectives are achieved.

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