Photonic chip for scalable quantum information processing

Photonic chip for scalable quantum information processing

NExT Forum:Quantum Computing

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🟢Speaker: Dr. Xian-Min Jin Founder and CEO, TuringQ Xian-Min Jin is the founder and CEO of TuringQ, a professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) and the director of Center for Integrated Quantum Information Technologies (IQIT). He received Ph.D. degree from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 2008. After two-year postdoctoral research, he worked as a research associate at University of Oxford from 2010 to 2014, and was awarded Marie Curie Fellow and Wolfson College Fellow in 2012. He joined SJTU in 2014 and was promoted to a tenured full professor in 2019. His interests cover a broad spectrum ranging from quantum computing, quantum communication and quantum metrology with special focus on the subject of building large-scale quantum systems, via integrated photonics and quantum memory. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed journal papers listed in SCI, including 16 in Physical Review Letters, 2 in Science, 3 in Science Advances, 7 in Nature Photonics, 1 in Nature Physics, 3 in Nature Communications, and 6 in Optica, and more than 4000 citations with an H-index of 31.

🟢Topic: Photonic chip for scalable quantum information processing

🟢Abstract: Photon can be generated, manipulated and detected comparatively easier than other quantum particles, and can be transferred in a long distance without coupling with environment. Photon therefore is a promising candidate for realizing quantum information processing. However, the limitations of bulk optics have become key bottleneck preventing quantum technologies from realizing in practice. Alternatively, integrated photonics provides an elegant way to scale up quantum systems. In this talk, I will present our endeavours on CMOS compatible LNOI programmable photonic chip, femtosecond laser direct written 3D photonic chip, and its potential in industry.