Fibre-coupled semiconductor single-photon source for secure quantum-communication in the 1.3 µm range (FI-SEQUR)
In this project, the consortium partners jointly develop an efficient an efficient single-photon source with an optically excited semiconductor quantum dot as emitter providing single photons on demand. The device will be suitable for local-area secure data transfer for, e.g., quantum key distribution in the 2nd telecommunication window of 1.3 µm.
The project is part of the 2nd 'Poland - Berlin' call "Photonic Components and Systems for Production und Measurement in the fields of Communication, Medicine, Lighting and Security".
TU Berlin, Germany
PicoQuant GmbH, Berlin, Germany
Wrocław University of Technology, Wrocław, Poland
Marie Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland
P.H. ELMAT Sp. z. o.o., Rzeszow, Poland
JCMwave GmbH, Berlin, Germany
European Regional Development Fund (EFRE) of the European Union in the framework of the programme to promote research, innovation and technologies (Pro FIT).