Abstract

Efficient generation and control of quantum light on a chip is very important to achieve scalable quantum photonic systems. Solid-state quantum emitters can generate single photons with high efficiency, while silicon photonic circuits can manipulate them in an integrated device structure. Combining these two material platforms, therefore, enable us to utilize the advantages of both systems and make feasible integrated quantum photonic devices. We demonstrate hybrid integration of solid-state quantum dots to a silicon photonic device by using a pick-and-place technique and perform Hanbury-Brown and Twiss experiments on the silicon chip with integrated quantum emitters.

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