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Tuesday, Oct 27th 2020
Researchers from Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) and TU Dresden have fabricated a novel type of single-photon emitters: they are silicon-based, with high brightness and operate at 1.3um. Equipped with Single Quantum's high-performance SNSPD system of >90% detection efficiency and <50 ps timing jitter, this dream team of researchers have broken new ground in the realm of single photon emitters. You can read more about their innovation work in the official press release.
Thursday, Oct 22nd 2020
Thanks to funding from ATTRACT, an EU-funded consortium coordinated by CERN, Single Quantum has been working on the Gisiphod project. In this project, we designed a detector that pushes the limit of fast photon detection: up to one billion photons per second. This new record will have great implications on novel applications ranging from quantum key distribution to live sciences. Visit the Attract website to learn more or read the official project report!
Monday, Aug 10th 2020
We are sponsoring and participating at the world’s main international event dedicated to show the latest developments and results in quantum cryptography, QCrypt 2020. Join us in our digital booth from the 10th to the 14th of August. More information here.
From December 7th – 11th, Single Quantum will be participating in QD2020. Based in Munich, QD2020 is the eleventh International Conference on Quantum Dots and the leading conference on quantum dot research. The conference will take place in both 2D and 3D environments. Feel free to “stop by” Single Quantum’s virtual booth!
Here is more information how to access our booth.
We’ll see you there!
Join us online at the world’s main international event dedicated to show the latest developments and results in quantum cryptography. More information here
Excited to contribute and be part of the 21st International Winterschool on New Developments in Solid State Physics. From the 23 to the 28 of February in Mauterndorf, Austria.