Synthetic dimensions in integrated photonics: From optical isolation to four-dimensional quantum Hall physics

@article{Ozawa2016SyntheticDI,
  title={Synthetic dimensions in integrated photonics: From optical isolation to four-dimensional quantum Hall physics},
  author={T. Ozawa and H. Price and N. Goldman and O. Zilberberg and I. Carusotto},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2016},
  volume={93},
  pages={043827}
}
  • T. Ozawa, H. Price, +2 authors I. Carusotto
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Physical Review A
  • Recent technological advances in integrated photonics have spurred on the study of topological phenomena in engineered bosonic systems. Indeed, the controllability of silicon ring-resonator arrays has opened up new perspectives for building lattices for photons with topologically nontrivial bands and integrating them into photonic devices for practical applications. Here, we push these developments even further by exploiting the different modes of a silicon ring resonator as an extra dimension… CONTINUE READING
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