Jenny Stanford Publishing
Integrated quantum hybrid devices, built from classical dielectric nanostructures and individual quantum systems, promise to provide a scalable platform to study and exploit the laws of quantum physics. On the one hand, there are novel applications, such as efficient computation, secure communication, and measurements with unreached accuracy. On th
Introduction. Part I: Fundamentals of Quantum Optics. From the Classical to the Quantized Formulation. Properties of the Quantized Electromagnetic Field. Light-Matter Interaction. Part II: Quantum Systems for Integration into Hybrid Devices. Quantum Dots. Single Molecules. Color Centers in Diamond. Part III: Optical Microstructures. Electrodynamics in Media. Immersion Microscopy. Index Guiding Structures. Photonic Crystals. Applications of Photonic Crystal Cavities. Part IV: Coupling of Quantum System to Optical Microstructures. Weak Coupling Regime. Strong Coupling. Cavity Enhanced Entanglement. Conclusions and Outlook. Acknowledgments. Own Contributions. Bibliography. List of Figures. List of Tables. List of Abbreviations. Index.