Sequential generation of linear cluster states from a single photon emitter

@article{Istrati2020SequentialGO,
  title={Sequential generation of linear cluster states from a single photon emitter},
  author={D. Istrati and Y. Pilnyak and J. C. Loredo and C. Ant{\'o}n and N. Somaschi and P. Hilaire and H. Ollivier and M. Esmann and L. Cohen and L. Vidro and C. Millet and A. Lema{\^i}tre and I. Sagnes and A. Harouri and L. Lanco and P. Senellart and H. Eisenberg},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2020},
  volume={11}
}
Light states composed of multiple entangled photons—such as cluster states—are essential for developing and scaling-up quantum computing networks. Photonic cluster states can be obtained from single-photon sources and entangling gates, but so far this has only been done with probabilistic sources constrained to intrinsically low efficiencies, and an increasing hardware overhead. Here, we report the resource-efficient generation of polarization-encoded, individually-addressable photons in linear… Expand

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