LOEWE priority project
Scalable Molecular Quantum Bits (SMolBits)
Monolithic cointegration of QD-based InP on SiN as a versatile platform for the demonstration of high performance and low cost PIC transmitters (MOICANA)
"Photonic Embedding of Active Region Laser Chips on Silicon"
Color centers in diamond have the advantages of long quantum memory coherence times of electron and core spins in connection with efficient optical transitions, functioning as an interface to photons for the transfer of quantum information.
"fs pulse generation by MIXSEL (modelocked integrated external cavity surface emitting laser) based on quantum dot gain and absorber elements"
"Investigation of fundamental physical properties of coupled quantum well - quantum dot systems emitting in the near infrared range of 1.3 - 1.55 micrometer. (QuCoS - Quantum Coupled Systems)"
"Diamond-based Platforms for Long-term Growth and Investigations of Neurons"
"Energy efficient Silicon transmitter using heterogeneous integration of III-V QUantum dOt and quantum dash materials (SEQUOIA)"
"Monolithically integrated ultra-narrow band and wide-tunable high-power laser light sources based on 1.55 micron quantum dot material"
“Microwave and Terahertz Photonics: technics and integration for generation and applications”, ITN, 7th framework
"Development of low-cost technologies for the fabrication of high-performance telecommunication lasers" , STREP, 7th frame work
"Epitaxy of monolithically integrated III-V materials on silicon as light emitters"
"World Wide Welfare: high Brightness semiconductor lasers for generic use", IP, 6th frame work
"Governing the Speed of Light" , STREP, 7th frame work
"High-Q Semiconductor Nanostructures for Single Photon Emission, Detection and Manipulation" , STREP, 6th frame work
"TMR-sensors as technology platform for automotive applications"
"Technology for the Production of Massively Parallel Intelligent Cantilever Probe Platforms for Nanoscale Analysis and Synthesis", IP, 6th frame work
Projectstart: 2005 / Duration: 5 Years
This project was transferred from University Kassel to TU Ilmenau in 2007
"Quantum-Repeater Platforms on basis of Semiconductors"