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Berlin Quantum Optics Symposium: Metrology and Imaging 
18th October 2018



  • 09:30 Welcome and introduction 
    Prof. Dr. Stephan Reitzenstein, TU Berlin/
    Dr. Frank Lerch, Cluster Optik/OpTecBB 
  • 09:40 Metrology for single-photon sources and detectors Link for presentation
    Prof. Dr. Stefan Kück, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Braunschweig 
  • 10:00 Calorimetric photon-number resolving detectors for quantum metrology Link for presentation
    Dr. Jörn Beyer, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Berlin 
    10:20 Quantum logic spectroscopy of trapped ions 
    Prof. Dr. Piet O. Schmidt, Institute for experimental quantum metrology, Leibniz Universität Hannover 
  • 10:40 Lenssystem(s) for imaging in quantum optics 
    Jakob Silbermann, Bernhard Halle Nachfl. GmbH 
  • 11:00 Laser for quantum sources 
    Dr. Andreas Isemann, Laser Quantum GmbH 
  • 11:50 Space based optical metrology 
    Prof. Dr. Achim Peters, HU Berlin 
  • 12:10 Quantum-dot single-photon sources for entanglement enhanced interferometry 
    Dr. Simone Portalupi, Universität Stuttgart 
  • 12:30 Quantum sensors Link for presentation
    Jamie Vovrosh, University of Birmingham 
  • 12:50 Commercialisation of Quantum Technologies 
    Dr. James Bain, M Squared Lasers Ltd. 
  • 14:10 Genetic quantum measurement 
    Dr. Ivo Pietro Degiovanni, Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica 
  • 14:30 Mid-infrared quantum imaging and spectroscopy
    Helen Chrzanowski, HU Berlin 
  • 14:50 Exploiting quantum effects to study biological processes - counting molecules by photon statistics Link for presentation
    Caroline Berlage, PicoQuant GmbH 
  • 15:10 Sources and components for quantum metrology 
    Dr. Arnold Gillner, Fraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik ILT 
  • 15:30 Quantum RF field sensing and measurement with Rydberg-atom vapors 
    Dr. David Anderson, Rydberg Technologies LLC 
  • 16:20 Metrology of Quantum-Light Sources and Applications in Quantum Communication 
    Dr. Tobias Heindel, TU Berlin 
  • 16:40 Imaging with incoherent X-Rays 
    Joachim von Zanthier/Maria Chekova, Universität Erlangen 
  • 17:00 Seeing a single atom where it is not 
    Prof. Dr. Arno Rauschenbeutel, TU Wien/HU Berlin 
  • 17:20 UK National Quantum Technology Programme and QuantIC 
    Prof. Miles J. Padgett, University of Glasgow 
  • 17:40 The quantum flagships at full steam – technological challenges meet embryonic markets 
    Dr. Patrick Leisching, TOPTICA Photonics AG