9:30 - 16:30 CET
Presentations of world leaders in Photonic Quantum Computing will cover the full supply chain incl. advanced photonic integration techniques for rapid prototyping, highly scalable photon detection platform, compact cryostat solutions and the use of semiconductor technologies.
Together we will discuss the latest European standards, visit QuiX’s lab and connect with collaboration and business partners.
Dr. -Ing. Stefan Hengesbach
Prof. Fabio Sciarrino
Sapienza University of Rome
Senior Project Manager
Dr. Oskar van Deventer
Chair of CEN-CENELEC Focus Group on Quantum Technologies
Group leader Quantum Networks and Manager of the Institute for Photonic Quantum Systems (PhoQS)
University of Paderborn
Adaptive Quantum Optics chair, Director of the Center for QUantum Nanotechnology Twente (QUANT)
University of Twente
Senior Manager Strategic Marketing CMC
Dr. Stelios Pitris
Co-founder and CEO
Dr. Michael Kissner
Dr. Valérian Giesz
Co-founder and CEO
Johannes Verst, QBN
|Quo vadis photonic quantum computer – where QuiX Quantum’s journey is going
Stefan Hengesbach, Quix Quantum
|Photonics quantum sampling machine based on hybrid integrated photonics
Fabio Sciarrino, Sapienza University of Rome
|Programmable Quantum Photonic Processors
Jörn Epping, Quix Quantum
|Towards European standards for quantum technologies
Dr. Oskar van Deventer, TNO
|Lunch and lab visit|
|Investigating losses in quantum walks
Benjamin Brecht, University of Paderborn
|Quantum Information Processing with an Integrated Photonic Processor
Pepijn Pinkse, University of Twente
|Compact cryostat solutions and infrastructure autonomy for industrial sub 4K applications
Sebastian Schaile, Attocube Systems
|Scalable quantum light sources for photonic quantum information processing
Scott Dufferwiel, Aegiq
|Industry & Start-up pitches|
|SiPhotonIC: Advanced photonic integration for Quantum PIC prototyping
Dr. Stelios Pitris, SIPhotonIC
|Optical Digital Computing – The Quantum Janitor
Dr. Michael Kissner, Akhetonics
|Highly Scalable Photon Detection Platform for Optical Quantum Computing
Nicolai Walter, Pixel Photonics
|Photonic Quantum Computing using semiconductor technologies
Dr. Valérian Giesz, Quandela
QBN (Online) Meetings
The QBN (Online) Meetings are not ordinary (online) meetings, webinars or workshops. They are unique in terms of participants and topics and offer valuable market insights and networking opportunities.
The QBN Meetings offer a trustful environment for Open Innovation due to the limited number of participants. There is no livestream at our online meetings and each participant participates equally with video and audio.
The goal of the QBN Meetings is to identify and discuss relevant challenges and trends in R&D and business and to initiate collaborations. To this end, a special focus is placed on what each participant can do for the others and what the others can do for the individual. In the 1:1 meetings the participants can get to know each other personally and generate first ideas for joint projects. The workshops and roundtable discussions offer space for your visions and new inspiration.
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