The Photonic Quantum Processor Program, led by Dr Alberto Peruzzo from RMIT University, will develop integrated single photon sources into complex photonic structures to produce and manipulate large-scale quantum states on chip. We will integrate arrays of quantum dots emitting at telecom wavelength with state-of-the-art high-speed, low loss switches and high-efficiency single photon detectors with the aim of generating quantum states of up to several tens of photons. This large photon state (N~20-40 photons) will be coupled to large multi-mode interferometers for demonstration of Scattershot BosonSampling, small-scale quantum simulators and algorithms, and testing fundamental aspects of quantum mechanics. Technological development will focus on robust fabrication of low-loss photonic waveguides, fast switches, on-chip filtering, engineered nonlinearities and superconducting detectors.


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Programmable high-dimensional Hamiltonian in a photonic waveguide array Y Yang, RJ Chapman, B Haylock, F Lenzini, YN Joglekar, A Prof M Lobino, A Prof Alberto Peruzzo Nature Communications, 15 (2024)
Obtaining a single-photon weak value from experiments using a strong (many-photon) coherent state HM Wiseman, AM. Steinberg, Matin Hallaji,
Integration of Black Phosphorus Photoconductors with Lithium Niobate on Insulator Photonics SF Wang, RJ Chapman, BC Johnson, I Krasnokutska, JLI Tambasco, K Messalea, A Peruzzo, J Bullock Advanced Optical Materials, 11, 2 (2022)
Creation of nitrogen-vacancy centers in chemical vapor deposition diamond for sensing applications T Luo, L Lindner, J Langer, V Cimalla, X Vidal, F Hahl, C Schreyvogel, S Onoda, S Ishii, T Ohshima, D Wang, DA Simpson, BC Johnson, M Capelli, R; Blinder, J Jeske New Journal of Physics, 24, 033030 (2022)
Bright ab initio photoluminescence of NV+ in diamond A Karim, I Lyskov, SP Russo, A Peruzzo Journal of Applied Physics, 130, 234402 (2021)
Visible to Short-Wave Infrared Photodetectors Based on ZrGeTe4 van der Waals Materials W Yan, BC Johnson, S Balendhran, J Cadusch, D Yan, JI Michel, SF Wang, T Zheng, K Crozier, J Bullock ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 13, 45881 (2021)