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Organic Molecules for Quantum Optics


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Francesco S. Cataliotti, Costanza Toninelli

Simona Checcucci (UniFi), Pietro Lombardi (Lens), Giacomo Mazzamuto (Lens), Sahrish Rizvi (Lens), Fabrizio Sgrignuoli (UniFi), Andrea Tabani (Lens)

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The focus of our activity on molecules for quantum optics is the combination of advanced photonic materials with organic molecules, with the idea of developing novel light-matter interfaces for quantum technologies. Single-molecule-based photon sources can be selectively coupled to the evanescent electromagnetic field of plasmonic excitations, graphene, or complex dielectric media. The system hence represents a valuable testbed for applications ranging from microscale opto-electronics, to fluorescence-based sensing and solid-state protocols for quantum communication. The group is also working on the coupling of single molecule to the Atom-Chip condensate.