Archives for posts with tag: Hadfield Quantum Sensors Papers

Just published in Superconductor Science and Technology: a new study of amorphous superconducting materials for single photon detection in collaboration with colleagues in Glasgow and Cambridge.

Archan Banerjee et al. Characterization of amorphous molybdenum silicide (MoSi) thin films and nanowires Superconductor Science and Technology 30 084010 (2017)

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P. Sibson et al. Chip-based quantum key distribution Nature Communications 8 13984 (2017)

Our work in collaboration with the University of Bristol (UK) and NICT (Japan)

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T. Yamashita et al. Superconducting nanowire single photon detectors with non-periodic dielectric multilayers Scientific Reports 6 35240 (2016)

Our work in collaboration with NICT (Japan)

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M. M. Kim et al. A Comparison of Singlet Oxygen Explicit Dosimetry (SOED) and Singlet Oxygen Luminescence Dosimetry (SOLD) for Photofrin-Mediated Photodynamic Therapy Cancers 8 (12) 109 (2016)

Our work in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania (USA), Ontario Cancer Institute, Toronto (Canada) and Heriot-Watt University (UK)

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R. Al-Khuzheyri et al. Resonance fluorescence from a telecom wavelength quantum dot Applied Physics Letters 109 163104 (2016)

Our work in collaboration with Heriot-Watt University, University of Cambridge and Toshiba Research Europe (UK)

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Our work with University of Basel, Switzerland and NICT, Japan is just published in the Journal of Applied Physics:

Heath et al. A tunable fiber-coupled optical cavity for agile enhancement of detector absorption Journal of Applied Physics 120 113101 (2016)

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Work in collaboration with the University of Bristol

J. Wang et al. Quantum photonic interconnect by path-polarization interconversion Optica 3 (4) 407 (2016)

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A. Casaburi et al. ‘Experimental evidence of photoinduced vortex crossing in current carrying superconducting strips’ Physical Review B 92 214512 (2015)

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Our work with colleagues at the University of Glasgow

R. S. Aspden et al. ‘Photon sparse microscopy: visible light imaging with infrared illuminationOptica 2 1049 (2015)

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Our work in collaboration with Stanford University

L. Yu et al.Two-photon interference at telecom wavelengths for time-bin-encoded single photons from quantum dot spin qubits’ Nature Communications 6 8955 (2015)

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Our work in collaboration with the University of Cambridge

D. Bosworth et al. ‘Amorphous molybedenum silicon amorphous superconducting thin films AIP Advances 5 087106 (2015)

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Silverstone et al. ‘On-chip quantum interference between silicon photon pair sources’ Nature Photonics, February 2014 issue.

Work carried out in collaboration with the University of Bristol.

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Heath et al.  ‘Nano-optical observation of cascade switching in a parallel configuration superconducting nanowire single photon detector’ Applied Physics Letters 104 063503 (2014)

Work carried out in collaboration with University of Cambridge, UK and University of Basel, Switzerland

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MG Tanner, V Makarov, RH Hadfield ‘Optimised quantum hacking of a superconducting nanowire single-photon detector’ Optics Express 22 6734 (2014)

Work in collaboration with Vadim Makarov at the University of Waterloo, Canada

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J Wang et al ‘Gallium Arsenide quantum waveguide circuits’ Optics Communications Special Issue on Nonlinear Quantum Photonics (2014)

Work in collaboration with Bristol, Delft & Wuerzburg

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A Casaburi et al ‘Parallel superconducting strip-line detectors: reset behaviour in the single-strip switch regime’ Superconductor Science & Technology 27 044029 (2014)

Work in collaboration with CNR Naples

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