Quantum Chip for Quantum Communication and Quantum Computing
Quantum Science and Engineering Centre (QSec)
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 639798
In the past twenty years, silicon photonic technology and waveguide integrated device are greatly stimulated extensive research in semiconductor microsensors and microactuators. Silicon nanophotonic and waveguide integrated device are very significant breakthrough for traditional photonic device and system, which is not only advantage of batch processing to address the manufacturing, but also make impact in the research of quantum integrated circuits and sensors.
This talk will introduce quantum chip for quantum key distribution (QKD) and quantum computing, which is used silicon photonic linear and nonlinear opticalcomponents related to splitter, tunable MZI, switches and photodetector will be discussed. Various design and fabrication issues will be introduced to explain the make of these devices using silicon fabrication processes. This talk will be concluded with the future trends and research directions in quantum chip for the quantum communication and quantum computing and computer etc .
Professor Ai-Qun Liu (A. Q. Liu) received his PhD degree from National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1994. Currently, he is a Professor and Director at the Quantum Science and Engineering Centre (QSec), Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He serves as an editor and editorial board member of several journals. He is the co-author about 200 publications including peer-reviewed journal papers and two books.
He is also a SPIE Fellow, OSA Fellow and RCS Fellow