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  • position of the monolay Review on the quantum emitters in two-dimensional materials

    Shuliang Ren, Qinghai Tan, Jun Zhang

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    The solid state single photon source is fundamental key devices for application of quantum communication, quantum computing, quantum information and quantum precious metrology. After years searching, researchers have found the single photon emitters in zero-dimensional quantum dots (QDS), one-dimensional nanowires, three-dimensional wide bandgap materials, as well as two-dimensional (2D) materials developed recently. Here we will give a brief review on the single photon emitters in 2D van der Waals materials. We will firstly introduce the quantum emitters from various 2D materials and their characteristics. Then we will introduce the electrically driven quantum light in the transitions metal dichalcogenides (TMDs)-based light emitting diode (LED). In addition, we will introduce how to tailor the quantum emitters by nanopillar and strain engineering, the entanglement between chiral phonons (CPs) and single photon in monolayer TMDs. Finally, we will give a perspective on the opportunities and challenges of 2D materials-based quantum light sources.

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