Hosseini, Mahdi; Campbell, Geoff; Sparkes, Benjamin; Lam, Ping Koy; Buchler, Benjamin
Just as classical information systems require buffers and memory, the same is true for quantum information systems. The potential that optical quantum information processing holds for revolutionizing computation and communication is therefore driving significant research into developing optical quantum memory. A practical optical quantum memory must be able to store and recall quantum states on demand with high efficiency and low noise. Ideally, the platform for the memory would also be simple...[Show more]
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