Single-Photon Nonlinear Optics in Integrated Hollow-Core Waveguides
Final rept. Sep 2009-Sep 2010
CALIFORNIA UNIV SANTA CRUZ
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The overarching goal of the project was to develop a brand new type of miniaturized rubidium Rb cells in integrated ARROW waveguides and to demonstrate their use for quantum interference effects such as EIT, slow light, and low-level quantum-optical devices. The project was extraordinarily successful. We successfully demonstrated the first fully self-contained chip-scale atomic spectroscopy chip along with world record slow light on a photonic chip. These results have been disseminated in numerous publications and invited conference presentations see below, most notably two seminal Nature Photonics articles and an invited review for Laser and Photonics Reviews. Our new technology is attracting growing interest from researchers and media across the globe and has large potential for future expansion and improvement.
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