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ESR 8 - Bruno Ortega Goes

Publié le 3 février 2021

ESR8 Bruno Ortega Goes

My PhD project is devoted to building a theoretical framework to model protocols for the generation of spin-photon entanglement and deterministic photonic quantum gates. The system to model is a spin resident in a QD embedded in a directional cavity like a Photonic Crystal waveguide or a Micropillar. The specific goal is to put forward an extended input-output formalism that takes into account experimental imperfections. This framework will enable one to have complete analytical solutions, i.e. access to the global wave-function of the spin-photon interface, together with an efficient numerical framework. Having access to the global wave-function is of ultimate interest because one can use the light polarization as a meter for the spin state of the quantum dot.

Previous education: I obtained my bachelor's (2018) and master's (2020) degrees in Physics, both at the institute of physics of the University of São Paulo - IFUSP - Brazil.


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and innovation Programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No. 861097.