Scientific Program

Scientific Program
Nov.2 (Wed)
Session 7 – Computing & Simulation I
Date & Time Nov.2 (Wed), 09:00-10:30 
Chairs Yong-Su Kim
1. Rise of the Machines: Making better photons by getting rid of experimentalists
Andrew White (University of Queensland, Australia)

2. Photon-transmon analogy: modeling optical experiments on a quantum computer 
Anton Vetlugin (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

3. Single-shot accuracy estimates for quantum measurements and their use for quantum-enabled error correction 
Sergey Polyakov (National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA)

4. Quantum entropy model of an integrated QRNG chip
Gaëtan Gras (ID Quantique, Switzerland)

Session 8 – Detectors III
Date & Time Nov.2 (Wed), 11:00-12:30 
Chairs Alberto Tosi
1. SPAD arrays advance spatial and temporal resolution
Ivan Michel Antolovic (Pi Imaging Technology, Switzerland)

2. Quantum enabled telecom receiver for resource efficient communication 
M. V. Jabir (National Institute of Standard and Technology, USA)

3. Beyond pile-up in time-correlated single photon counting with a single-channel SPAD system
 Giulia Acconcia (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

4. Photon number resolving detection of light without optical mode multiplication Anton Vetlugin (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
David Northeast (National Research Council, Canada)

Session 9 – Sources III
Date & Time Nov.2 (Wed), 14:00-15:30 
Chairs Ivo Pietro Degiovanni
1. High-rate entanglement between a semiconductor spin and indistinguishable photons 
Pascale Senellart (Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, France)

2. 2-Photon Interference with Remote Bright Electrically Tunable Quantum Dot Sources 
Mathias Pont (Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, France)

3. Generation of Indistinguishable Photons using Hybrid Quantum Photonic Integrated Circuits 
Edith Yeung (University of Ottawa, Canada)

4. Post-selected indistinguishable single photons at telecom wavelengths 
Changmin Lee (University of Maryland, USA)

Session 10 – Detectors IV
Date & Time Nov.2 (Wed), 16:00-17:30 
Chairs Ivan Michel Antolovic
1.   On-chip Quantum Secure Communications 
Taofiq Paraiso (Toshiba Europe, UK) 

2.   Trap-integrated superconducting nanowire single photon detectors for trapped-ion qubit state readout
Benedikt Hampel (National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA)

3. A bound state in the continuum platform for integrated superconducting nanowire single photon detector 
Filippo Martinelli (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

4. An optical transition-edge sensor with high energy resolution 
Kaori Hattori (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan)

Nov.3 (Thu)
Session 11 – Sources IV
Date & Time Nov.3 (Thu), 09:00-10:30 
Chairs Angela Gamouras
1. New materials platforms for quantum memory 
Elizabeth Goldsmidt (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA)

2. Andreev Reflection in Nb-WS-2-Nb Junction 
Dima Panna (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)

3. Photon Pair Correlations in Semiconductor-Superconductor Light Sources 
Shlomi Bouscher (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)

4. Employing Atomically-Thin Single-Photon Sources in Quantum Communication 
Tobias Heindel (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

Session 12 – Applications II 
Date & Time Nov.3 (Thu) 11:00-12:50
Chairs Hojoong Jung
1. Noise-resistant quantum communications using hyper entanglement 
Yoon-Ho Kim (POSTECH, Korea)

2. Quantum channel correction via heralded amplification 
Sergei Slussarenko (Griffith University, Austrailia)

3. Quantum key distribution and violation of local causality in an urban network using entangled photons generated on demand by a quantum dot 
Gonzalo Carvacho (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)

4. A randomness beacon augmented with device-independent random number generation
Gautam Kavuri (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)

5. Multiphoton and side-channel attacks in mistrustful quantum cryptography 
Damián Pitalúa-García (University of Cambridge, UK)

Session 13 – Computing & Simulation II
Date & Time Nov.3 (Thu) 16:00-17:50 
Chairs Andrew White
1.   Quantum advantage with photons 
Chao-Yang Lu (University of Science and Technology of China, China)

2. On-chip device-independent quantum random number generation with a bright single-photon source in the solid-state 
Niccolo Somaschi (Quandela, France)

3. Quantifying n-photon indistinguishability with a cyclic integrated interferometer
 Mathias Pont (Center for Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies, France)

4. Boson Sampling in reconfigurable continuously-coupled 3D architectures 
Taira Giordani (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)

5. Reconstruction of a unitary transformation of an integrated interferometer using coherent light 
Ilya Kondratyev (Lomonosov State University, Russian Federation)

Nov.4 (Fri)
Session 14 – Detectors V
Date & Time Nov.4 (Fri) 09:00-10:30 
Chairs Angelo Gulinatti
1.   Improving superconducting nanowire single photon detectors: where is the limit?
Val Zwiller (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) 

2.   Development of SNSPDs with optimized timing resolution, efficiency, noise and maximum count rate
Boris Korzh (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA) 

3.   Arrays of superconducting single photon detectors for the mid-infrared wavelengths
Dmitry Morozov (University of Glasgow, UK)

4. Single-photon detection using high-temperature superconductors 
Denis Bandurin (National University of Singapore, Singapore)

Session 15 – Sources V
Date & Time Nov.4 (Fri) 11:00-12:30 
Chairs Elizabeth Goldschmidt
1. A dictionary of single-photon terms to support the emerging quantum industry
Joshua Bienfang (National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA)

2. Quantification of time-bin entanglement by time-resolved photon counting
 Artur Czerwinski (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland)

3. Single-chip photon pair source with frequency locking and pump rejection 
Imbert Wang (Boston University, USA)

4. Microring-based photon pair sources in the 4H-SiC-on-insulator platform 
Lijun Ma (National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA)