Abstract

Integrated quantum optics provides great promise for enabling photonic experiments to reach new regimes of complexity. Chip-based fabrication enables sophisticated networks involving multiple interfering pathways in a compact and stable physical architecture. In a recent work [1] we demonstrated an advance in the complexity of these integrated devices by showing the first quantum interference of three separate input photons. Such complexity allows the demonstration of three qubit protocols never before realised on-chip. Here, we report the first results showing quantum teleportation on an integrated photonic circuit. Quantum teleportation provides the mechanism for quantum relay schemes and is an important constituent in linear optical quantum computing. Whilst demonstrations to date have relied upon complex and fragile bulk optical systems, being able to teleport quantum states on a compact and stable integrated architecture will be a critical step towards scalable realisations of these schemes.

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