Roberto Osellame is giving an Invited Talk at Photonics Asia 2018 in Beijing (China) on Thursday 11 October about ‘Integrated quantum photonics in femtosecond-laser-written circuits’.
Quantum interference between two single photons coupled to topologically protected states realized in femtosecond laser written waveguide arrays. Collaboration with RMIT in Melbourne (Australia) – Alberto Peruzzo’s group.
Our work on single-photon quantum memory in femtosecond-laser-written waveguides in Pr:YSO is displayed on the journal cover of Optica.
First demonstration of a single-photon integrated quantum memory. Femtosecond-laser-written Type I waveguides achieved in Pr:YSO crystals. Collaboration with ICFO (Spain) – Hugues de Riedmatten’s group.
Roberto Osellame is giving an Invited Talk at Laser Precision Microfabrication (LPM) 2018 in Edinburgh (UK) on Thursday 28 June about ‘Femtosecond laser micromachining of transparent materials: an enabling tool for advanced applications’.
Roberto Osellame is giving an Invited Talk at Progress on Ultrafast Laser Modifications of Materials (PULMM) 2018 in Telluride (Colorado, USA) on Friday 15 June about ‘New integrated devices by femtosecond laser micromachining for advanced applications’.
On June 2018 Francesco Ceccarelli joined our research group as a Post-Doc on the CAPABLE project. Francesco was awarded a PhD degree in Electronics Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano and has a strong expertise on the development of single photon detectors and integrated devices in general.
Integrated source of entangled photons produced by femtosecond laser writing in a multimaterial substrate.
On April 2018 Giacomo Corrielli was hired as a Researcher (RTD) on the CAPABLE project. Giacomo, previously working in our research group as a Post-Doc, has a strong expertise on femtosecond laser waveguide writing in glass and crystals for integrated quantum photonic applications.
Experimental study and new strategies for controlling the polarization properties of directional couplers fabricated by femtosecond laser writing. Collaboration with Sapienza University in Rome – Fabio Sciarrino’s group.