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Save the dates: meet us at these upcoming events!

Quantum Effect

10 - 11 Oct - Stuttgart

Let’s meet!

📌 Quantum Effects, Messe Stuttgart
📆 10 – 11 Oct 2023
📍 QBN booth, #2E21 – Single Quantum

Stay tuned for more info about our talks!

Laser World of Quantum and CLEO Europe

27 - 30 June - Munich

Are you attending LASER World of PHOTONICS or CLEO/Europe-EQEC 2023 in Munich? Then you cannot miss Single Quantum talks!

@LASER World of Quantum
The New Standard in Single Photon Detection: Superconducting Nanowire Single Photon Detectors
📌 28th June at 9:10 – QBN joint booth (A1.518)
Speaker: Dr. Jessie Qin-Dregely – COO

SNSPD advances for Microscopy
📌 29th June at 13:30 – QBN meeting on Quantum Sensing
Speaker: Dr. Mario Usuga Castaneda – Research Manager
🔗 https://lnkd.in/eZ78HCi3

@ CLEO/Europe-EQEC 2023
Session title: Methods in optical sensing and microscopy
Application of superconducting nanowire detector arrays in molecular beam research and mass spectroscopy
📌 28th June at 16:15 – Room 14b ICM
Speaker: Dr. Ronan Gourgues – Research Engineer

Quantum Matter

22 - 25 May 2023 - Madrid

We are thrilled to participate and support Quantum Matter 2023, a three-day event dedicated to the advancements in quantum technology, happening next week in Madrid.

Take advantage of this opportunity to connect with us!
Visit our booth to explore our latest developments in single-photon detection, including breakthroughs in photon number resolving, our new industrial teleQKD line, and our gating option.

Engage in insightful conversations about the future of quantum technology and discover how our innovations are shaping the landscape of quantum communications and information.

Focus on Microscopy

2-5 April 2023 - Porto

Single Quantum will attend Focus on Microscopy in Porto!🔬

If you’re looking for unparalleled NIR imaging with exceptional SNR and dynamic range, then be sure to check out our poster presentation on Tuesday.
Mark it down: poster P2 – B/13, timeslot 17:50 – 19:20.

Our scientists will show you how our superconducting nanowire single photon detectors can take research to the next level. Don’t miss it!