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Room temperature caesium quantum memory for quantum information applications

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Single photon raman quantum memory in room-temperature atomic caesium vapour
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Quantum memories are key components in photonics-based quantum information processing networks. Their ability to store and retrieve information on demand makes repeat-until-success strategies scalable. Warm alkali-metal vapours are interesting candidates for the implementation of such memories, thanks to their very long storage times as well as their experimental simplicity and versatility. Operation with the Raman memory protocol enables high time-bandwidth products, which denote the numb...

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Atomic & Laser Physics
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EU ITN FASTQUAST
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Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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