Quantum Dots for Photonic Quantum Information Technologies
We had the pleasure to organize the QUDOT-TECH+QLUSTER workshop in the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (C2N, in Paris) from the 18th to 20th of April 2023. During these 3 days, we were delighted to host over 50 participants coming from different universities and research centers across Europe. We thank all the 23 speakers, from both QUDOT-TECH and QLUSTER networks, the 7 chair persons who directed their sessions, all the participants who contributed with posters during the workshop and all the participants who made it possible to create this great environment to exchange ideas and interact with each other!
The QUDOT-TECH network comprises participants from the Technical University of Denmark, Niels Bohr Institute, Technical University of Berlin, Ruhr University of Bochum, C2N, Néel Institute, CEA Grenoble, University of Cambridge and University of Basel. The QLUSTER network is composed of members from the University of Leiden, C2N, The Hebrew University of Israel, Technical University of Munich, University of Cambridge, The Foundatuon of Research and Technology of Hellas and University of Basel.
The third training event for the QUDOT-TECH project was hosted by the University of Cambridge (UK), from 12-16 September 2022. Thanks to organizers, lecturers and participants for a very lively and successful meeting!
The second training event for the QUDOT-TECH project was held in Denmark, from 4-8 October 2021. This was a success (no zoom this time :-))!
The French national quantum plan has been presented by President Macron at the institute C2N – CNRS – University of Paris Saclay. President Macron visited the quantum optics laboratory of Pascale Senellart and had a discussion with part of the research team and the founding members of Quandela as an example of the innovation path of research technologies, towards commercialization and further industrialization, also envisaged in the quantum initiative project.
The first training event for the QUDOT-TECH project will be held as an online course, from 12-16 October. This course will bring together European and international Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) and professors in the field of quantum technology. More details
in the dedicated website section.
Kick-off meeting at Lyngby (Denmark): Notice the blazing Danish sun!
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and innovation Programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No. 861097.
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