Abstract: One of the goals of quantum information is the distribution of entanglement between different parties. Here we show how a single field excitation can be used to perform this task. We use a high-rate source of heralded single-photon path-entangled states, combined with high-efficiency detectors to distribute and measure entanglement in a scheme that is free of any post-selection.
This result opens the way towards implementations of device-independent quantum technologies within the framework of single photon path entanglement.
Time: 4:15pm – 5:30pm
Location: Physics/Astrophysics Bldg., Kistler Conference Rooms 102/103 (Map)
(Light refreshments available 4:00pm; Presentation begins at 4:15pm)
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