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Introduction

DTU is a public technical university under the Danish Government and is internationally recognized as a leading university in the technical and natural sciences. DTU has intensive collaboration with industry and has one of the most well-developed ecosystems for innovation and entrepreneurship among European technical universities. Yearly, more than 70 new spin-off companies based on DTU innovations are founded. DTU is running a state-of-the-art nanofabrication clean-room facility and the Center for Nanoscopy.

DTU Electro, Department of Electrical and Photonics Engineering, has over 330 employees. The Department covers a multitude of optical disciplines ranging from fundamental light-matter interaction, optical telecommunications, quantum optics, and quantum communication to applied research and innovation.

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Role/Contribution

DTU will play two important roles within QPIC1550. The first is the development of quantum dot-based efficient quantum light sources operating in the telecom C-band and enabling heterogeneous integration of these devices into photonic integrated circuits, contributing significantly to the overall success and innovation of the project. The second – is to utilize the established photonic platform to showcase the adaptability of these systems in real-world scenarios, demonstrating novel advanced quantum communication and remote computing tasks.

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Why is this project important?

QPIC1550 is of significant importance to DTU, as fortifying our position at the forefront of innovation in quantum information technology. This strategic initiative not only enables us to harness the collective knowledge and resources of esteemed academic and industrial partners but also place us as a leading force in shaping the future of this dynamic field. By actively engaging in the development of a versatile quantum platform, we are not merely adapting to change but proactively driving it.

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People Involved

Elizaveta Semenova
PhD, Senior researcher, with more than 20 years of experience in material science, in particular epitaxy, nanofabrication, and characterization for application in nano and quantum photonics. 

Caterina Vigliar Dr.
Postdoc with background in both experimental and theoretical aspects of Photonic Quantum Information Processing, focuses on designing and operating integrated photonics devices for quantum communication and quantum computing.

Battulga Munkhbat
Dr. Senior researcher, with more than 10 years of experience in nanofabrication, nano- and quantum optics and focuses on developing high-performance quantum light sources with both III-V and 2D TMD QDs.

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The QPIC 1550 project received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 101135785. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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DTU

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DTU
01
Introduction

DTU is a public technical university under the Danish Government and is internationally recognized as a leading university in the technical and natural sciences. DTU has intensive collaboration with industry and has one of the most well-developed ecosystems for innovation and entrepreneurship among European technical universities. Yearly, more than 70 new spin-off companies based on DTU innovations are founded. DTU is running a state-of-the-art nanofabrication clean-room facility and the Center for Nanoscopy.

DTU Electro, Department of Electrical and Photonics Engineering, has over 330 employees. The Department covers a multitude of optical disciplines ranging from fundamental light-matter interaction, optical telecommunications, quantum optics, and quantum communication to applied research and innovation.

02
Role/Contribution

DTU will play two important roles within QPIC1550. The first is the development of quantum dot-based efficient quantum light sources operating in the telecom C-band and enabling heterogeneous integration of these devices into photonic integrated circuits, contributing significantly to the overall success and innovation of the project. The second – is to utilize the established photonic platform to showcase the adaptability of these systems in real-world scenarios, demonstrating novel advanced quantum communication and remote computing tasks.

03
Why is this project important?

QPIC1550 is of significant importance to DTU, as fortifying our position at the forefront of innovation in quantum information technology. This strategic initiative not only enables us to harness the collective knowledge and resources of esteemed academic and industrial partners but also place us as a leading force in shaping the future of this dynamic field. By actively engaging in the development of a versatile quantum platform, we are not merely adapting to change but proactively driving it.

04
People Involved

Elizaveta Semenova
PhD, Senior researcher, with more than 20 years of experience in material science, in particular epitaxy, nanofabrication, and characterization for application in nano and quantum photonics. 

Caterina Vigliar Dr.
Postdoc with background in both experimental and theoretical aspects of Photonic Quantum Information Processing, focuses on designing and operating integrated photonics devices for quantum communication and quantum computing.

Battulga Munkhbat
Dr. Senior researcher, with more than 10 years of experience in nanofabrication, nano- and quantum optics and focuses on developing high-performance quantum light sources with both III-V and 2D TMD QDs.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Other Partners

The QPIC 1550 project received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 101135785. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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