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SiPhotonIC was established in 2018 based on the spin-out of silicon photonics technology from the Department of Photonics Engineering, Technical University of Denmark. The company was founded by Senior Researcher Dr. Yunhong Ding, driven to help to design and fabricate customized silicon photonic integrated circuits based on our platform on 220nm and 250nm silicon-on-insulator wafers.

The company is using DTU Danchip National Center for Micro- and Nanofabrication (DTU Danchip) which is of 1350 m2 size and with the state-of-the-art class 10-100 ISO-9001 certified cleanroom facility. Our technology is based on electron-beam lithography (EBL, E-Beam Writer JOEL JBX-9500FSZ) based highly precise nano-fabrication, providing fast delivery time and high flexibility for curstomers’ designs.

Founder

Dr. Yunhong Ding, CEO

Yunhong has more than 8 years cleanroom working experiences on silicon nano-fabrication. He has rich research experience in silicon photonic components and their application in classical optical fiber communication and quantum photonics. He has driven the company and is responsible for the overall management of the company.

More details are available at Yunhong Ding’s Googlescholar.

Dr. Yunhong Ding, CEO

Yunhong has more than 8 years cleanroom working experiences on silicon nano-fabrication. He has rich research experience in silicon photonic components and their application in classical optical fiber communication and quantum photonics. He has driven the company and is responsible for the overall management of the company.

More details are available at Yunhong Ding’s Googlescholar.

News

Demonstration of chip-to-chip quantum teleportation

We report the first experimental demonstration of chip-to-chip teleportation of quantum states of light. Integrated quantum transceivers in silicon are able to prepare, manipulate, distribute and transceive quantum photonic states with high fidelity.

Generation and sampling of quantum states of light in a silicon chip

AbstractImplementing large instances of quantum algorithms requires the processing of many quantum information carriers in a hardware platform that supports the integration of different components. Although established semiconductor fabrication processes can integrate...