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ORCA - towards an integrated noise-free quantum memory

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Light is an ideal information carrier for quantum networks: its quantum properties are not degraded by noise in ambient conditions and it has a large information capacity owing to its high bandwidth. However, quantum technologies based on photonic networks have been hampered by the exponentially poor scaling of the underlying probabilistic quantum operations. Quantum optical memories, devices that store, manipulate, and release on- demand quantum light, have been identified as an indispens...

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University of Oxford
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Lady Margaret Hall
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University of Bath
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University of Oxford
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University of Oxford
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National Research Council of Canada
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European Research Council
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Kaczmarek, K
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MOQUACINO
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
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EP/K034480/1 (BLOQS
Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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uuid:1b4c7463-6181-4689-87d8-5988d4c5bc48
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2018-02-26

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