Norman Hascoe Distinguished Lecture Series
Nanophotonic devices and circuits for classical and quantum information processing
Edward L. Ginzton Laboratory
We have recently demonstrated a number of classical and quantum information processing devices enabled by strong light-matter interaction in photonic crystals, including quantum dot-photonic crystal cavity single photon source and ultrafast nanocavity array laser with low threshold. I will describe these devices, their efficient design and fabrication methods we developed, as well as our recent success in combing them into small photonic and quantum networks on a chip.
Monday, April 24, 2006
(Refreshments will follow, with a panel discussion at 5:30 PM.)