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Abstract

We have described a broad spectrum of experiments in quantum photonics, many of which make use of the control and complexity afforded by monolithic integration. In our work with the CNOT-MZ, we have shown the value of reconfigurability in such devices, and the surprising diversity of experiments which can be performed with just two qubits. In doing so, we have confirmed that integrated quantum photonics can reproduce the performance and flexibility of bulk optics.

Keywords

Integrated Quantum Photonics Bulk Optics Monolithic Integration Surprising Variety Delayed-choice Experiment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Imperial College LondonLondonUK

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