Quantum memories and monolithic resonators
This thesis presents progress towards two complementary goals. The first part discusses our aim of building high-efficiency quantum memories for quantum optical states and exploring the potential of the memory for performing operations as well as for passive storage. The second part presents our work towards developing a compact source of quantum light by fabricating optical resonators from non-linear optical crystals. Our high-efficiency memories operate by storing the information carried by...[Show more]
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