Quantum Symposium 2020
3rd International Symposium on
"Single Photon based Quantum Technologies"
May 27-29, 2020 as an online meeting
Our 3rd International Symposium on "Single Photon based Quantum Technologies" was held as a virtual meeting from September 15-17, 2020. The inspiring three day event brought together top scientists from all over the world to report on and share their latest discoveries in various research areas.
More than 120 participants from 35 different countries attended the virtual event.
The symposium was divided into 5 sessions with different emphases: single photon sources, quantum information processing, sensing & metrology, single photon detectors, quantum key distribution. The broad range of topics gave participants the unique opportunity to get insights into different fields of research in optical quantum technologies.
The scientific program encompassed 21 presentations as well as a poster session with 27 contributions. Various virtual rooms provided ample opportunities for discussions, networking, and exchange of ideas.
We are happy to share several recorded presentations with you.
To get an impression of the virtual version of the symposium, watch the video we made for the participants.
Invited speakers and their titles
- Benito Alén
"Electrically driven and tunable plug & play single photon sources"
- Claire Le Gall
University of Cambridge, UK
"Towards a collective nuclear memory for quantum-dot spin qubits"
- Xiaolong Hu
Tianjin University, China
"Superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors and multi-photon detectors“
The time schedule of the Quantum Symposium 2019 is also available for download as a PDF file.
We are happy to share the following presentations from the symposium with you.
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