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Quantum manipulation Josephson LED

I have submitted today an article to Nanotechnology, for their special issue on quantum things. This is collaboration with Leo Kouwenhoven and Fabian Hassler. Fabian Hassler has recently begun a postdoc carreer between Leiden and Delft in the framework of concentration group on quantum information. He is a citizen of Lichtenstein, the only one I know. He is supposed to divide his working time between Delft (to help experimentalists) and Leiden (to do theory?). He enjoyes having an office space in both cities.

Quantum manipulation of Josephson LED was a starting project of Fabian: to play with devices that are reasonably close to those in the fridges of experimental colleagues. He has accoplished this with speed of light: eight weeks have passed since the project formulation! Now we know how to produce entangled photon pairs on demand. We plan to go futher with Josephon LED research starting new year.

 You can see the article on Monday at http://lanl.archive.org/abs/0911.5100

 

 

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