Jelmer Jan Renema
Jelmer Jan Renema
CTO, QuiX & Postdoc, Adaptive Quantum Optics group, Twente University
E-mail confirmado em utwente.nl
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Quantum noise limited and entanglement-assisted magnetometry
W Wasilewski, K Jensen, H Krauter, JJ Renema, MV Balabas, ES Polzik
Physical review letters 104 (13), 133601, 2010
3242010
Entanglement-assisted atomic clock beyond the projection noise limit
A Louchet-Chauvet, J Appel, JJ Renema, D Oblak, N Kjaergaard, ...
New Journal of Physics 12 (6), 065032, 2010
1562010
Experimental test of theories of the detection mechanism in a nanowire superconducting single photon detector
JJ Renema, R Gaudio, Q Wang, Z Zhou, A Gaggero, F Mattioli, R Leoni, ...
Physical review letters 112 (11), 117604, 2014
1202014
Detection mechanism of superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors
A Engel, JJ Renema, K Il’in, A Semenov
Superconductor Science and Technology 28 (11), 114003, 2015
712015
Engineering of two-photon spatial quantum correlations behind a double slit
WH Peeters, JJ Renema, MP van Exter
Physical Review A 79 (4), 043817, 2009
622009
Position-dependent local detection efficiency in a nanowire superconducting single-photon detector
JJ Renema, Q Wang, R Gaudio, I Komen, K Op’t Hoog, D Sahin, ...
Nano letters 15 (7), 4541-4545, 2015
542015
Modified detector tomography technique applied to a superconducting multiphoton nanodetector
JJ Renema, G Frucci, Z Zhou, F Mattioli, A Gaggero, R Leoni, ...
Optics Express 20 (3), 2806-2813, 2012
452012
Universal response curve for nanowire superconducting single-photon detectors
JJ Renema, G Frucci, Z Zhou, F Mattioli, A Gaggero, R Leoni, ...
Physical Review B 87 (17), 174526, 2013
352013
Efficient classical algorithm for boson sampling with partially distinguishable photons
JJ Renema, A Menssen, WR Clements, G Triginer, WS Kolthammer, ...
Physical review letters 120 (22), 220502, 2018
262018
Optically probing the detection mechanism in a molybdenum silicide superconducting nanowire single-photon detector
M Caloz, B Korzh, N Timoney, M Weiss, S Gariglio, RJ Warburton, ...
Applied Physics Letters 110 (8), 083106, 2017
222017
Experimental investigation of the detection mechanism in WSi nanowire superconducting single photon detectors
R Gaudio, JJ Renema, Z Zhou, VB Verma, AE Lita, J Shainline, ...
Applied Physics Letters 109 (3), 031101, 2016
182016
Tomography and state reconstruction with superconducting single-photon detectors
JJ Renema, G Frucci, MJA de Dood, R Gill, A Fiore, MP van Exter
Physical Review A 86 (6), 062113, 2012
182012
Modular linear optical circuits
PL Mennea, WR Clements, DH Smith, JC Gates, BJ Metcalf, ...
Optica 5 (9), 1087-1090, 2018
162018
Approximating vibronic spectroscopy with imperfect quantum optics
WR Clements, JJ Renema, A Eckstein, AA Valido, A Lita, T Gerrits, ...
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 51 (24), 245503, 2018
15*2018
Using an imperfect photonic network to implement random unitaries
R Burgwal, WR Clements, DH Smith, JC Gates, WS Kolthammer, ...
Optics Express 25 (23), 28236-28245, 2017
152017
The effect of magnetic field on the intrinsic detection efficiency of superconducting single-photon detectors
J Renema, R Rengelink, I Komen, Q Wang, R Gaudio, K op 't Hoog, ...
Applied Physics Letters 106, 092602, 2015
152015
8×8 Programmable Si3N4 Photonic Processor for Linear Quantum Processing
C Taballione, TAW Wolterink, J Lugani, A Eckstein, BA Bell, R Grootjans, ...
2019 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe & European Quantum …, 2019
13*2019
Spatially entangled four-photon states from a periodically poled potassium-titanyl-phosphate crystal
AJH van der Torren, SC Yorulmaz, JJ Renema, MP van Exter, ...
Physical Review A 85 (4), 043837, 2012
132012
Simulating boson sampling in lossy architectures
R García-Patrón, JJ Renema, V Shchesnovich
Quantum 3, 169, 2019
122019
Detector-independent verification of quantum light
J Sperling, WR Clements, A Eckstein, M Moore, JJ Renema, ...
Physical review letters 118 (16), 163602, 2017
122017
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