Quantum Photonics

Thu, 28.10.2021, Basel

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Quantum Photonics

Quantum Technology will play a unique role in the future. It will
  • accelerate machine learning, material discovery, process optimization and improve our understanding of nature at the atomic scale.
  • lead to a quantum enhanced internet.
  • enable detection of motion, light, gravity, electric an magnetic fields with an accuracy that surpasses conventional technologies.
Photonics plays an important role in achieving these goals and Switzerland is very active in this exiting field. The aim of the workshop is to exchange on how Quantum Photonics enables novel solutions and applications in the fields of sensing, metrology, communication and computing.
 
Agenda
12:20-13:30 Labtour (new time!)
13:30-14:30 Presentations
14:30-15:00 Networking Break                                        
15:00-16:00 Presentations
16:00-16:30 Networking Break
16:30-17:30 Presentations
17:30-18:30 Apéro


Date
Thursday, 28 October 2021

Time
13:30 - 18:30

Venue
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University of Basel
Biozentrum Neubau
Hall U1.111, Maurice E. Müller Saal
Spitalstrasse 41
4056 Basel
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Conference language
English

Cost
This workshop is free of charge

Registration compulsory
If you would like to register more than one participant, please fill for each an individual form.

Deadline
Deadline for registration Saturday 23 October 2021
 

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Contact Swissphotonics
Dr. Christian Bosshard
Managing director Swissphotonics
+41 79 405 18 26

26 October 2021, Beni Muller + Iris Bollinger
Speaker
Program
Dr. Christian Bosshard; Managing Director, Swissphotonics, 4415 Lausen BL
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Moderator
Prof. Dr. Philipp Treutlein; Head of Department Physics, Uni Basel, 4056 Basel
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Moderator
Dr. Christoph S. Harder; President Swissphotonics, Delegate for EuroPho21, 8832 Wollerau SZ
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Overview on the OIDA Quantum Photonics Roadmap
Dr. Serge Grop; R&D Manager, Orolia Switzerland SA, 2000 Neuchâtel
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Atomic clock developments at Orolia Switzerland
Dr. Steve Lecomte; Section Head, Time & Frequency Systems, CSEM SA, 2002 Neuchâtel
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Atomic clocks and lasers: from timing to gravitational waves detection
Martin Felle; ID Quantique SA, 1227 Carouge GE
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From Lab to Fab: Industrialized QKD Platform for Real-World Networks and Applications
Dr. Rob Thew; Senior Researcher, Quantum Technologies, Université de Genève, 1211 Genève 4
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Integrated Photonics, Entanglement and Quantum Networks
Dr. Felipe Favaro de Oliveira; CTO Qnami AG, 4056 Basel
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Advancing research and materials science with quantum metrology
Prof. Dr. Richard J. Warburton; Co–Director, NCCR QSIT, Department of Physics, Uni Basel, 4056 Basel CH
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A fast and bright source of single photons
Dr. Paul Seidler; , Research Staff Member, IBM Research Europe, Zurich, 8803 Rüschlikon ZH
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Microwave-optical transducers for quantum links
Prof. Dr. Martin Frimmer; Professur für Photonik at Dept. of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering ETHZ 8093 Zürich
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Measurement-based quantum control of levitated nanosystems
Dr. Clément Javerzac-Galy; CO-CEO and Directeur général of Miraex SA, 1015 Lausanne VD
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Towards a quantum internet
Prof. Dr. Stefan Willitsch; Departement Chemie, Uni Basel, 4056 Basel
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Quantum-logic-assisted precision spectroscopy of single molecules using a fibre network for the distribution of the Swiss primary frequency standard
Dr. sc. nat. ETH Andreas Gut; Head of international programmes at Innosuisse - Swiss Innovation Agency, 3003 Bern
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Horizon Europe: what are the implications in the domain of innovation
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