Quantum photonics based on nonlinear integrated optics

is the title of the presentation by invited speaker Christine Silberhorn, Professor, Paderborn University, Germany. The IQO group develops novel optical devices and methods for possible future applications in quantum information processing, quantum communication and for fundamental quantum experiments. Exploiting the potential of integrated optical devices enables on the one hand the realization of compact, miniaturized and rugged quantum lights sources and converters.

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Photonic Black-box Modules for Machine Intelligence

An invited speaker presentation by Volker Sorger, George Washington University (USA). He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the director of the Devices & Intelligent Systems Laboratory at The George Washington University. His research areas include devices & optoelectronics, AI/ML accelerators, mixed-signal ASICs, quantum matter & quantum processors, and cryptography.

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