QBN Meeting on Quantum Communication

QBN Meeting on Quantum Communication

Datum
05.04.2022
9:30 - 16:30

Ort
Quantum Optics Jena
Jena, Deutschland

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Quantum communication includes a big range of applications, from cyber security to quantum internet. Thanks to the fundamental laws of quantum phyiscs many challenges will be faced promising a strong future. Join us in-person at the  QBN Meeting on Quantum Communication, hosted by Quantum Optics Jena in Jena, Germany to interactively discuss relevant challenges and early-stage trends and benefit from valuable networking opportunities in a trust-based environment with experts from science and industry.

The meeting offers:

  • Keynote & technical presentations
  • Industry & Startup Pitches
  • Networking & lab visit
  • Dinner in Jena the evening before [optional]

Speakers

Dietmar Hilke
Cybersecurity Federal Agencies
Cisco

Dr Kevin Füchsel
CEO
Quantum Optics Jena

Dr Kay-Uwe Giering
Chief Scientist
Fraunhofer IIS/EAS

Dr Thomas Lebeth
Vice President Services & Consultancy, Optical Networks
dacoso GmbH

Dr Falk Eilenberger
Junior Group Leader Optics in 2D-Materials
Abbe Center of Photonics, Friedrich Schiller University

Dr Ulrich Eismann
Business Lead
KEEQuant

Dr Wladick Hartmann
CTO & Co-Founder
Pixel Photonics

Dr Jessie Qin-Dregely
COO
Single Quantum

 

Agenda

Opening
Welcoming words
Johannes Verst, QBN
Information security requirements for agencies and governments
Dietmar Hilke, Cisco
Quantum Key Distribution with Entangled Photons – from Lab to Fab
Dr Kevin Füchsel, Quantum Optics Jena
Miniaturised nanoelectronics for QKD applications
Dr Kay-Uwe Giering, Fraunhofer IIS/EAS
Networking & lab visit
Implementing Quantum Safe Solutions – experiences & expectations
Dr Thomas Lebeth, dacoso GmbH
Single Photon Emitters in 2D-Materials: Towards integrated, nanoscale Single Photon Emitters
Dr Falk Eilenberger and Dr Tobias Vogl, Abbe Center of Photonics, Friedrich Schiller University
Networking
Quantum key distribution based on coherent telecommunication
Dr Ulrich Eismann, KEEQuant
Highly-Scalable Single-Photon Detection for High-Speed QKD
Dr Wladick Hartmann, Pixel Photonics
The New Standard in Single Photon Detection: Single Quantum SNSPD
Dr Jessie Qin-Dregely, Single Quantum
 

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.

Registration

All participants are asked to attend the entire meeting.

Please be aware of the regional covid measures.

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