Quantum spectroscopy on a nonlinear photonic chip
Quantum spectroscopy is a powerful tool that is based on classically detecting one of the photons of a biphoton state to study how the other photon experiences the environment . It is especially useful, since the signal photon can be read out in the visible range, where the detection is simple and affordable, while the idler photon can probe the optical properties in mid-infrared (MIR) and far-infrared (FIR) ranges, which typically requires expensive and bulky solutions when using...[Show more]
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