15.02.2023Open Position MEP/BEP

Open position for bachelor thesis project: Optical measurement of ONCHIP photonic components

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Quantum photonic integrated circuits (QuPIC) constitutes the backbone of several large scale quantum computer and network systems. Hence, the discrete and bulk optics components used in current quantum optic systems have to be replaced with integrated/on-chip photonic components in order to realize any scalable quantum photonic systems. To design, test and improve such photonic components for QuPIC systems testing of hundreds of on-chip devices are very important. Such measurements are essential to improve statistical process control, scalable design implementation, optimization of fabrication process window, improved yield, and volume production of photonic components constituting the QuPIC systems [1, 2]. In this project, we measure and analyse performance of various photonic components for large scale, diamond color center based quantum photonic system.

[1]. Charlie Lin, PhD Thesis, University of British Columbia, 2012

[2]. Sylwester Latkowski and et al., Open Standards for Automation of Testing of Photonic Integrated Circuits, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol. 25, Issue. 5, 2019

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If you are interested to join this project, please contact Salahuddin Nur or Ryoichi Ishihara.

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