Full Name: A versatile quantum photonic IC platform enabled by micro-transfer printing
- Dries Van Thourhout, Dries Van Thourhout (Ghent University, BE)
- Wolfram Pernice (Heidelberg University, DE)
- Leonardo Midolo (University of Copenhagen, DK)
- Niels Hersoug (Sparrow Quantum, DK)
- Janez Krc (Univerza v Ljubljani , SI)
- Michel Despont, Amir Ghadimi (Swiss Centre for Electronics and Microtechnology, CH)
- We will demonstrate the benefits of heterogeneous integration of different materials by combining InAs quantum dot emitters, Lithium Niobate modulators and switches, and superconducting detectors on a mature foundry-based silicon nitride waveguide interposer. To achieve such seamless integration between various well-established architectures, it is necessary to develop a robust and industry-ready baseline for cross-platform integration.
- uTP4Q will employ micro-transfer printing as the key technological framework for combining multiple functional technologies for quantum optical processing on a Silicon Nitride waveguide interposer. This is where uTP4Q is ground-breaking: for the first time we will integrate several building blocks of different nature on a single SiN waveguide interposer.
- Project Coordinator
- Design, development and execution of microtransfer printing process
Project Web site: https://www.quantera-utp4q.eu