SIPQNP 2023 will focus on teasing out important enabling technologies, and their associated requirements, challenges and prospects — in the context of a few chosen photonic quantum enabled technologies — which, if realized, might be “game changers” in the scalable realizations of those respective applications.

Sunday, February 12

7pm Welcome dinner and poster session

Monday, February 13

7am Breakfast

8am Session 1 All-photonic quantum computing (DV vs. CV) [Chairs: Mercedes and Sophia]

1. Cluster state generation using atomic emitters (discrete variable)

2. Deterministic GKP  state generation, possibly using atomic systems (continuous variable)

3. Efficient loss tolerant electro-optic feedforward in photonic integrated circuits

4. Cryo-electronic processing for Boolean logic in integrated photonics

11am-noon Moderated Discussion

noon Lunch

1pm Session 2 Individual and Distributed entanglement assisted sensing [Chairs: Mike and Zheshen]

1. Long baseline telescopes

2. “Local sensor networks” RF photonic sensors

3. Clock networks

4pm-5pm Moderated Discussion

5-6pm Break / posters

6-7pm Keynote dinner-time talk [TBD]

7pm Dinner

Tuesday, February 14

8 am Session 3 Scalable programmable mode transformations for imaging and computing [Chair: Saikat]

Goal of the session: To scope out the state of the art and development needs on optical-domain multi-spatial-temporal-spectral mode programmable linear transformations to support disruptive improvements in sensor/imaging/computing capabilities.

1. Applications of mode sorters to passive imaging, active sensing and quantum computing

2. Experimental realizations of programmable multi-mode spatial transformations

3. Experimental realizations of programmable multi-spectral-and temporal-mode transformations

9am-10am Moderated Discussion

10am Session 4 [Chairs: Matt and Ryan]


11am-noon Moderated Discussion

12-1 Lunch

1pm Adjourn