Flying Optical Cats for Quantum Communication

Implementation of Schrödinger’s paradoxical experiment employing an entangled atom-light state

Superhighway for the Quantum Internet

New concept for the inline measurement of spatially encoded multiphoton quantum states

Programming Light on a Chip

New approach for photonic quantum information processing and optical signal processing

Photonic Chip with Three Components

New device combines quantum dots as single-photon sources, a beamsplitter and two single-photon detectors

Coupling Photons to Rydberg Atoms

Photon-based quantum logic gates for future quantum computers

Quantum Light From Superlattices

Superfluorescence from perovskite quantum dot superlattices

Protected Biphoton States

A topological design could provide the robustness required for quantum optical circuitry

Trapping Atoms Better with Light

For the first time scientists demonstrated a highly efficient waveguide trap

On-Chip Quantum Emitters

The new device shows a record-high firing of 42 million single photons per second

Quantum Communication Through Optical Fiber

A qubit transmits information on its status at a wavelength of 1,100 nanometers