Quantum entanglement and teleportation based on silicon photonics

Y. Ding*, D. Llewellyn, I. I. Faruque, D. Bacco, K. Rottwitt, M. G. Thompson, J. Wang, L. K. Oxenløwe

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Quantum entanglement and teleportation are the key resources building the backbone of quantum technologies, such quantum communications, quantum networks, and quantum computations. The quantum communication networks are based on long-range distribution of entangled photons and teleportation of photon qubit states. The resource efficient measurement-based quantum computing models relies on cluster entangled states and the teleportation of logical operations between qubit sites. Silicon photonics provides a versatile platform for quantum information processing on chip, thanks to the CMOS-compatible fabrication process, ability to integrate thousands of components, and precise manipulation of quantum states on a single chip. Here we show our recent work on quantum entanglement and quantum teleportation technology based our advanced silicon photonics platform, a significant step towards future quantum network and optical quantum computing.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 22nd International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks
Number of pages4
PublisherIEEE Computer Society Press
Publication dateJul 2020
Article number9203437
ISBN (Electronic)9781728184234
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2020
Event22nd International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks - Virtual event, Bari, Italy
Duration: 19 Jul 202023 Jul 2020
Conference number: 22


Conference22nd International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks
LocationVirtual event
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  • Quantum communication
  • Quantum computing
  • Quantum entanglement
  • Quantum photonics
  • Quantum teleportation
  • Silicon photonics


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