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Imperfect Chips Enhance Quantum Technology

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LYNGBY, Denmark, March 16, 2010 – A lot of effort is put into perfecting optical chips, which, among other applications, are used within quantum technology. However, a group at DUT Fotonik is saying that imperfection in the form of disordered structures on optical chips actually may be an advantage. This is an artist's impression of light emission in a disordered photonic crystal waveguide. Anderson localized modes appear as strongly confined "hot spots" where light emission is enhanced. (Image: Søren Stobbe) An optical chip can be used to manipulate information in the form of light, and the functionalities...Read full article

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