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A low-power integrated magneto-optic modulator on silicon for cryogenic applications

@inproceedings{Pintus2021ALI,
  title={A low-power integrated magneto-optic modulator on silicon for cryogenic applications},
  author={Paolo Pintus and Leonardo Ranzani and Sergio Pinna and Duanni Huang and Martin V. Gustafsson and Fotini Karinou and Giovanni Andrea Casula and Yuya Shoji and Yota Takamura and Tetsuya Mizumoto and Mohammad Soltani and John Edward Bowers},
  year={2021}
}
A fundamental challenge of the quantum revolution is to efficiently interface the quantum computing systems operating at cryogenic temperatures with room temperature electronics and media for high data-rate communication. Current approaches to control and readout of such cryogenic computing systems use electrical cables, which prevent scalability due to their large size, heat conduction, and limited bandwidth1. A more viable approach is to use optical fibers which allow high-capacity… Expand

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