The New Developments That Quantum Computing Is Driving in Fiber Lasers and Frequency Conversion

Jan 9, 2023
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The semiconductor, micromachining, and ophthalmology markets, and even the emerging quantum computing market all heavily influence the direction for future high-performance laser developments. Today, demand in these markets is increasingly favoring some combination of fiber lasers and frequency conversion to replace the solid-state, diode, gas, and excimer lasers currently in use.

Solid-state, diode, and gas lasers have matured to the point where they can meet the increased requirements for power scaling and reliability only at the cost of significantly compromising laser performance.

Meanwhile, improvements in frequency-conversion crystal technology and fiber amplification have made it possible to scale laser power well beyond what has traditionally been possible with technologies currently in use — without compromising performance.

Jensen explores this new paradigm specifically as it applies to emerging quantum computing applications, which are currently providing the most aggressive development roadmap for high-performance laser systems.

***This presentation premiered during the 2023 Photonics Spectra Conference. For more information on Photonics Media conferences, visit

About the presenter

Asger JensenAsger Sellerup Jensen, Ph.D., is the market development manager and head of quantum at NKT Photonics. For several years he has worked closely with pioneers in quantum optics to develop the next generation of high-performance laser systems.
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