Optical seminar. Katamadze
9 Lomonosov st.
Dr. Konstantin Katamadze (Quantum Technology Centre,Faculty of Physics, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, and Valiev Institute of Physicsand Technology, Russian Academy of Sciences)
'Single-photon emitters forquantum technologies'
Abstract: Last decade quantum technologiesbecame a real mainstream in the world. It consists of three directions: quantumcryptography, quantum computing and quantum metrology. These technologies arebased on a large set of scientific fields: computer science, atomic physics,superconductive physics, solid state physics, quantum optics, nonlinear optics,nano photonics and so on. Particularly, a single-photon emitter development isan important problem for all directions of quantum technologies. In this reportI’ll present a short review of current state of quantum technologies (mainly,quantum cryptography and quantum computing), and I’ll describe a role ofsingle-photon sources in them. Particularly, I’ll list their properties,relevant for different technologies.