Linear optical quantum information processing, imaging, and sensing
We investigate linear optical approaches to quantum information processing, clarifying how linear optics and projective measurements can be used to create designer optical nonlinearities at the few photon level. We apply the lessons learned to develop optimized schemes for generating entangled photonic states for quantum imaging, with super-resolution below the Rayleigh limit, and for quantum sensing, with supersensitivity below the shot-noise limit. © OSA.
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
Optics InfoBase Conference Papers
Vanmeter, N., Wu, Z., Cable, H., Durkin, G., Lougovski, P., Kapale, K., Thanvanthri, S., Uskov, D., Wildfeuer, C., Lee, H., & Dowling, J. (2007). Linear optical quantum information processing, imaging, and sensing. Optics InfoBase Conference Papers https://doi.org/10.1364/icqi.2007.ithg2