Sixth Workshop on Scalable Information Processing with Quantum Nano-Photonics (SIPQNP)

The goal of the SIPQNP workshop is to bring together an interdisciplinary team of researchers with experience in experimental quantum optics (including bulk optics and detectors), integrated nano-photonics (including silicon, diamond and other platforms), and the theory of quantum information processing. The objective is to provide a highly interactive forum for cross-cutting discussions in order to assess the highest-impact research pursuits in scalable quantum-limited information processing in integrated photonics, both from the standpoint of the feasibility of fabrication of quantum technologies (such as non-classical light sources, linear and non-linear optical processes and modulators, and quantum-noise-limited detectors, etc.), as well as from the standpoint of where the highest-impact applications of on-chip scalable information processing might lie, which may include (but not be limited to) classical and quantum computation, non-standard receivers for optical quantum communication, sensing and imaging, and quantum simulation.

The organizers will put together a workshop proceedings that will be made available to all the attendees.

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March 16-17, 2020


Participation is by invite only. If you are interested in participating in this workshop, please send an email to camacho@byu.edu


Snowbird Ski Resort

Organizing Committee:

Technical: Saikat Guha, Don Towsley, Dirk Englund, Prineha Narang, Dan Kilper, Stephen Ralph

Local Host: Ryan Camacho

Sponsored By:

NSF, Brigham Young University