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As quantum computing research progresses, the need for a quantum network to allow communication between individual processors is becoming apparent. Such a network will require the ability to process, transmit, and store quantum information. Many quantum devices have been investigated, however...
Information transfer between a microwave field and light, also known as microwave-to optical transduction, is a key area of research in quantum communication technology aimed at developing an interface between the superconducting processing devices operating at microwave frequencies and optical...
This thesis describes the design, fabrication, morphological overview, optical characterization, and fluid infiltration of ‘open-access’, small mode-volume, and high quality-factor Fabry-Perot micro-cavities in the telecommunication range followed by the simulation of a-Si:H/SiO2-based Bragg...
In modern quantum technology, different quantum systems have properties that make them effective for some tasks and less beneficial for others. Integrating these systems together into a single quantum hybrid system, exploiting the advantages of each systems strengths while suppressing their...