Project work as part of the BMBF joint project "MultiCoreSPS" to develop quantum light sources for fibre-based quantum communication networks. The aim is to produce single-photon sources and microlasers in parallel in an innovative growth and nanofabrication approach and to couple them together as an advanced multifunctional emitter module to a multicore glass fibre for the simultaneous transmission of quantum information and classical information. Focal points of the development work are: Design, epitaxial growth and nanostructuring of single-photon sources and microlasers with emission in the telecom O-band at 1.3 µm, as well as their optical and quantum optical characterization. The main areas of work of the advertised position are:
- Epitaxial growth of positioned semiconductor quantum dots with emission at 1.3 µm
- Fabrication of MultiCoreSPS emitter modules using state-of-the-art nanotechnology techniques
- Optical characterization of the grown structure and the fabricated emitter modules
The work is carried out in close cooperation with the project groups at the Technical University of Berlin and external partner groups.
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