Quantum Optics Conference
challenges, techniques & latest research insights in magneto and quantum optics
Quantum and magneto optics are amongst the largest and most active fields of research in physics. Today, heavily funded quantum iniatitives around the world are seeking to drive forward the quantum revolution through quantum computing, quantum sensing and quantum communication.
For more than two decades, attocube has been an active and integral part of this scientific community, with co-founder Prof. Karraï working amongst the pioneers in the fields of quantum dots, cavity optics, and confocal microscopy at cryogenic temperatures.
Offering a broad portfolio of cryogenic research equpipment, attocube established a broad network of customers and scientists around the world, and we are proud to present talks by some of the foremost authorities in the field during our online conference.
Join the free-of-charge event to gain insights on recent advances in research and applications on single photon sources, 2D materials and 2D magnets, NV and other color centers, quantum sensing in high pressure physics and cavity quantum optics. The conference is divided in three parts. Register below for two sessions of scientific presentations (followed by Q&A sessions), as well as for the panel discussion.
Tuesday, October 26, 2021
CEST time (Berlin)
08:30 - 08:55 Welcome and introduction | attocube systems as your partner for quantum optics research
09:00 - 09:25 Maciej Koperski (National University of Singapore, Singapore) | Exploring quantum light from hexagonal boron nitride
09:30 - 09:55 Chaoyang Lu (University of Science and Technology of China, China) | Optical quantum computing
10:00 - 10:25 Bernhard Urbaszek (INSA Toulouse, France) | Engineering quantum states in 2D materials
10:30 - 11:00 Virtual Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:25 Jean-Francois Roch (ENS, Paris-Saclay, France) | Exploring high-pressure superconductivity using diamond point defects
11:30 - 11:55 Niccolo Somaschi (Quandela, Paris, France) | Building up modular optical quantum computing platforms
12:00 - 12:25 Claire Le Gall (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom) | Collective phenomena in a quantum dot nuclear spin ensemble
14:00 - 14:25 Richard Warburton (University of Basel, Switzerland) | A quantum dot in an open microcavity
14:30 - 14:40 Samarth Vadia (Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany) | Open-cavity in closed-cycle cryostat as a quantum optics platform
14:45 - 14:55 Jonathan Noé (Qlibri, Munich, Germany) | tba
15:00 - 15:25 Kin Fai Mak (Cornell University, Ithaca, USA) | Exciton sensing of condensed matter phenomena
15:30 - 16:30 Virtual Coffee Break
16:30 - 16:55 Xiadong Xu (University of Washington, USA) | Excitons in 2D magnets
17:00 - 17:25 Norman Yao (University of California, Berkeley, USA) | Quantum sensing at megabar pressures
18:00 - 19:00 "Magneto and quantum optics: from science to quantum technology"
Mete Atatüre (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Sven Höfling (University of Würzburg, Germany)
Atac Imamoglu (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
Pascale Senellart (CNRS, Paris, France)
The Quantum Optics Conference gathers many of the world's leading scientists that are employing cryogenic confocal microscopy and other spectroscopy techniques to explore light-matter interaction, quantum states and new materials. Learn more about their background here
Revolutionary dry optical cryostat fully integrated into an optical table designed for unobstructed optical access and ease of use.
Low vibration magnet system for variable temperature operation designed for free-beam optical access and scanning probe microscopy.
Confocal Microscope Platforms >
Free-beam based confocal microscopes for photoluminescence & spectroscopy incl. Raman at variable temperature and in high magnetic fields.
Combined atomic force and confocal microscope platform for optically detected magnetic resonance imaging at cryogenic conditions.
LT-APO objective >
Apochromatic objectives with high numerical aperture designed specifically for cryogenic conditions.