News2-D-based single photon emitters integrated with
CMOS-compatible silicon nitride waveguides

8th October 2019by admin0
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Researchers from the Photonics Research Group, an imec
research group at Ghent university and MIT announced that they have
integrated single photon emitters in 2-D layered materials with a
silicon nitride photonic chip. Even for moderate quantum yields,
dielectric cavities could be designed such that the single photon
extraction into the guided mode can reach unity. The results
published in Nature Communications, provide a crucial step in
fundamental quantum photonics and 2-D materials
research.

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