Location: INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Braga, Portugal
Dates: October 3-6, 2017
Contact: Dr. Jana B. Nieder, jana.nieder ♦ inl • int
Registration and Abstracts:
For registration to either of the events it is obligatory to register via the online platform:
Additionally, please submit the following completed Template(s) to: abstract_SQE2017@inl.int :
For 3./4. October 2017 - WGs / MC / Textbook Meetings: Template 1 for the registration to take part in the COST Action Management Committee (MC), Working Groups (WGs) and Textbook Meetings
and / or
For 5./6. October 2017 - Topical Workshop on Single Quantum Emitters: Template 2 for the Abstract Submission for talk or poster contributions, as well as for registration for the workshop.
Deadline: Tuesday, September 12, 2017
NEW: The Programme for the Topical Meeting can be downloaded here: Program-Braga-website.pdf
This Meeting will be the final comprehensive meeting of the COST Action MP1302 Nanospectroscopy.
The final Management Committee Meeting and Working Groups 1-4 Meetings will be integrated in the Meeting.
The Textbook Team will convene to finalize the submission of the textbook draft.
The Topical Meeting on "Single Emitters for quantum information devices" shall bring together international scientists from in- and outside the COST Action to discuss novel technologies and findings in the context of single quantum emitters , which form the foundation of the emerging second quantum revolution. The topics covered include, but are not restricted to:
A Laboratory Tour of the INL Facilities will be offered as part of the program.
Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Preliminary overall Programme overview *** Updated overview of the textbook/WG/MC Meetings (in Room "Tejo"):
Program of the Topical Meeting SQE:
4th October 2017
16:00 - 17:00 Registration and Welcoming
17:00 – 18:00 Lab tour to the INL – International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory
5th October 2017
09:30 Opening, Jana Nieder, INL Braga
09:45 Ronen Rapaport, Hebrew University, Israel - Quantum-light harvesting from room temperature nano-emitters using nano-antennas
10:35 Monika Fleischer, University of Tübingen, Germany - Overview of the COST Action Nanospectroscopy
10:45 Monika Fleischer, University of Tübingen, Germany - Single quantum dots coupled to plasmonic nanocones
11:10 Coffee break
11:40 Alfred Meixner, University of Tübingen, Germany - Controlling the luminescence properties of single molecules embedded in a hal-wavelength Fabry-Perot microresonator
12:05 Christiane Hoeppener, University of Jena, Germany - Exploiting optical antennas for mapping mechano-chemical correlations of membrane proteins
14:15 Ruth Oulton, University of Bristol, UK - Quantum dots for quantum switching and quantum networks
15:05 Andreas Schell, ICFO Barcelona, Spain - Understanding the emission properties of defects in hBN and their photonic integration
15:30 Martin Lopez Garcia, INL Braga - Bloch surface wave photonics for single emitters in 2D materials
15:55 Coffee break
16:25 John Rarity, University of Bristol, UK - NV center and quantum information technology
16:45 Ulrich Fischer, University of Münster, Germany - Non-destructive optoelectronic detection of photons by strongly confined transfer of photon spin to electron angular momentum
17:10 Port and Poster Session.
19:30 Networking Dinner
6th October 2017
09:30 Cristina Flors, IMDEA Madrid, Spain - Hybrid nanoscopy of hybrid nanomaterials
10:20 Thomas Exlager, INL Braga - Advanced optical characterization of carbon-dots
10:45 Julien Houel, University of Lyon, France - Power-law blinking down to the microsecond timescale
11:10 Coffee break
11:40 Anke Horneber, University of Tübingen, Germany - Combining time-correlated single photon counting and apertureless SNOM to investigate quantum dots
12:05 Paulo Ferreira, INL Brage / University of Texas Austin, USA - Aberration-corrected TEM/STEM solutions coupled with EELS for understanding 2D materials
14:00 Alper Kiraz, Kic University, Turkey - Some applications in micro- and nano-photonics using optofluidic resonators and single molecule tracking
14:50 Juan Pastor, University of Valencia, Spain - All-optical fiber Hanbury Brown & Twiss interferometer to study single photon emission of InAs quantum dots at telecom wavelengths
15:15 Ricardo Ribeiro, University of Minho, Portugal - Ab initio calculations of the optical properties of 2D materials
15:40 Coffee break & Posters
16:40 Bernd Sondheime, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany - Single emitters in hexagonal boron nitride as future platform for quantum information processing?
17:05 Jana Nieder, INL Braga - Closing