Our 3C SiC on Glass paper has been published

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Our paper “Single-Crystalline 3C-SiC Anodically Bonded onto Glass: An Excellent Platform for High-Temperature Electronics and Bioapplications” has been published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (IF=7.5). Congratulations to Dr Phan and the team from the Queensland Micro and Nanotechnology Centre who led the project.

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CLEO-PR Presentation

Post by: / 9:54AM Aug 01, 2017 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Ben presented a talk titled “Active demultiplexing of single photons from a solid-state source,” and a poster titled “Direct characterization of a nonlinear photonic circuit’s wavefunction with laser light” on behalf of all co-authors at the CLEO- Pacific Rim conference in Singapore.

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Our inside cover of LPR was published

Post by: / 9:54AM May 19, 2017 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Francesco’s artwork for the inside cover of Laser and Photonics Reviews was published. The artwork is for the article “Active demultiplexing of single-photons from a solid-state source.”

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Our single photon demultiplexing paper has been published

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Our paper “Active demultiplexing of single-photons from a solid-state source” has been published in Laser and Photonics Reviews (IF=8). This work was an excellent triple collaboration between the groups of Prof. Andrew White at UQ, Prof. Pascale Senellart at Universite Paris-Saclay, and ourselves.

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Our classical tomography paper is now on the Arxiv

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Our latest work entitled “Direct characterization of a nonlinear photon circuit’s wave function with laser light” is now on the Arxiv. This a work done in collaboration with the group of Andrey Sukhorukov from ANU. Great job to Francesco et al.

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IQT graduation

Post by: / 9:52AM Feb 15, 2017 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Congratulations to Francesco for the award of his PhD. Dr. Lenzini graduated with a thesis entitled “Integrated Quantum Photonics with Annealed and Reverse Proton Exchanged Lithium Niobate waveguides”.

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