Congratulations to PHOQUSING partner QuiX Quantum for winning the “Oscars of Photonics” in the Quantum Tech category

We are pleased to announce that the PhoQusing partner QuiX Quantum received the Prism Award 2023 in the Quantum Tech categoryfor their 20-mode Quantum Photonic Processor. QuiX Quantum’s 20-mode Quantum Photonic Processor enables plug-and-play, integrated, and reconfigurable hardware configurations. It is easy to deploy and low-cost technology for quantum processing, and industry-leading in the number of optical channels (20), low loss … Leggi tutto

IFN-CNR team attending SPIE Photonics

Ciro Pentagelo presented “Femtosecond-laser written universal quantum photonic processors” at the Quantum West – SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco (US). The IFN-CNR team attending SPIE Photonics West at San Francisco from 28 January to 2 February 2023. From left to right: Roberto Memeo, Roberto Osellame, Francesca Bragheri, Andrea Zanoni, Petra Paiè, Ciro Pentangelo.

High-fidelity generation of four-photon GHZ states on-chip

Mutually entangled multi-photon states are at the heart of all-optical quantum technologies. While impressive progresses have been reported in the generation of such quantum light states using free space apparatus, high-fidelity high-rate on-chip entanglement generation is crucial for future scalability. In this work, we use a bright quantum-dot based single-photon source to demonstrate the high … Leggi tutto

Orbital angular momentum based intra- and inter- particle entangled states generated via a quantum dot source

Engineering single-photon states endowed with Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM) is a powerful tool for quantum information photonic implementations. Indeed, thanks to its unbounded nature, OAM is suitable to encode qudits allowing a single carrier to transport a large amount of information. Nowadays, most of the experimental platforms use nonlinear crystals to generate single photons through … Leggi tutto

LIN INL joins LOQCathon

Ernesto F. Galvão is joining the photonic quantum computing hackathon event (“LOQCathon”) organized by Quandela. Title of the presentation: Alternative algorithms for simulation of linear optics: Feynman path sums, permanents of sparse matrices Link: Programme: