Projects from Prof. Dr. Klaus Jöns

Hybrid Quantum Photonic Devices

14 projects were found

Qurope: Quantum Repeaters using On-demand Photonic Entanglement

Quantum repeaters are important components for future applications such as quantum key distribution and quantum networks, enabling the transmission of quantum states over long distances. The primary objective of the EU-funded Qurope project is to develop hybrid quantum repeater architecture based on dissimilar quantum systems and test performances ...

Duration: 09/2020 - 08/2023

Funded by: EU

S2QUIP: Scalable Two-Dimensional Quantum Integrated Photonics

Duration: 10/2018 - 03/2022

Funded by: EU

TRR 142 - Nonlinear coupling of interlayer excitons in van der Waals heterostructures to plasmonic and dielectric nanocavities (A08)

The main focus of project A08 is on interlayer excitons trapped in the controllable superlattices that naturally arise in Moiré patterns. We will study the behavior of interlayer excitons as single-photon emitters, and how it is influenced by their quantum confinement and by the orientation of their electric dipole. Then, we will explore strategies ...

Duration: 01/2018 - 12/2025

Funded by: DFG

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Transregional Collaborative Research Center TRR 142 - Tailored Nonlinear Photonics: From Fundamental Concepts to Functional Structures

The central goal of this CRC is the exploration, development, and engineering of future nonlinear photonics, which uses state-of-the-art technological capabilities for the exploration of new physics and devices based on tailored strong nonlinearities and genuine quantum effects. Our research harnesses tailored solid-state systems and bridges the ...

Duration: 04/2014 - 12/2025

Funded by: DFG