Facilities

Welcome into the IQT world class facilities for the fabrication of integrated quantum optical devices

Our group is involved in several multidisciplinary research projects such as the design and fabrication of integrated quantum optical devices, quantum random number generation and ion trap quantum computing. As part of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology we collaborate with some of the best groups in Australia and worldwide to enable quantum technologies for real world applications

Lithium Niobate Waveguide Fabrication Facility

Lithium Niobate is a material with outstanding optical properties, including a wide transparency range spanning from UV to mid-infrared wavelengths and one of the highest nonlinear and electro-optic coefficients among all the known ferroelectric materials.  Waveguides fabricated on this substrate, by confining light over large distances, can enhance by several orders of magnitude the efficiency

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Femtosecond Laser Lithography System

A lithography system designed with rapid prototyping capabilities in mind. This system allows for direct (mask-less) photolithography with the enhanced resolution enabled by a two photon absorption writing process. This process allows for writing of 3D structures with resolutions down to 1m.

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Raith150 Two Electron Beam Lithography System

The Raith150 Two (https://www.raith.com/products/raith150-two.html) is a versatile electron beam lithography system which can be used for patterning measurement and imaging of samples down to a few nanometres (~10 nm). Our system is compatible with arbitrary small samples and fragments, while at the same time being able to process wafers up to 6 inch. A very

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