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Quantum interfaces between single atoms and single telecom photons

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Future quantum communication networks profit from the use of “hybrid” quantum systems which take advantage of the best features of the involved platforms. In case of atom-photon hybrid systems these are: long storage times, fast processing capabilities, high quality entanglement and long-haul fiber transmission for photons in one of the telecom bands. I will present different techniques to interface single emitters such as trapped ions or semiconductor quantum dots with telecom photons, based on quantum frequency conversion of single photons and tailored, narrow-band single photon sources.

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