The first dedicated Workshop on Physics, Technologies & Applications of Diamond Photonics
EPFL campus in Lausanne, Switzerland, from May 19 to 22, 2019.
Thanks to all participants who made the symposium such a thrilling event!
- Opening Public Lecture ……………………. (byMarko Loncar)
- Quantum Information Processing ………….. (keynote by Ronald Hanson)
- Sensing …………………………………………….. (keynote by Patrick Maletinsky)
- Integrated photonics ………………………….. (keynote by Dirk Englund)
- Nanostructures ………………………………. (keynote by Paul Barclay)
- Color centers ……………………………………. (keynote by Nathalie de Leon)
Keynote and Invited Speakers (confirmed)
- Marko Loncar, Harvard (https://nano-optics.seas.harvard.edu/)
- Ronald Hanson, QuTech Delft (https://qutech.nl/hanson-lab/)
- Paul Barclay, Calgary (http://barclaylab.ucalgary.ca/)
- Patrick Maletinsky, Uni Basel (https://quantum-sensing.physik.unibas.ch/news.html)
- Alison Emiko Rugar, Jelena Vukovic’s group, Stanford (https://nqp.stanford.edu/)
- Jörg Wrachtrup, Stuttgart (https://www.pi3.uni-stuttgart.de/)
- Aleksandra Radenovic, EPF Lausanne (https://lben.epfl.ch/)
- Igor Aharonovich, University of Technology Sydney (http://sydneynano.com/)
- Paolo Olivero, Torino (http://www.solid.unito.it/index.html)
- Wolfram Pernice, Münster (https://www.uni-muenster.de/Physik.PI/Pernice/)
- Mathieu Munsch, Qnami (https://qnami.ch/)
- Christian Degen, ETH Zürich (http://www.spin.ethz.ch/)
- Toeno Van der Sar, Delft (https://www.tudelft.nl/vandersarlab/)
- Pascal Gallo, LakeDiamond (https://www.lakediamond.ch/)
- Mikael Karlsson, Uppsala (http://www.teknik.uu.se/applied-materials-science/)
- Peter Maurer, EPF Lausanne / Univ. Chicago (https://maurer-lab.com/)
- Nathalie de Leon, Princeton (https://sites.google.com/view/deleonlab/)
- Steven Prawer, Melbourne
- Elke Neu, Saarbrücken (https://www.uni-saarland.de/en/department/physik/professuren/experimentalphysik/dr-elke-neu.html)
- Benjamin Sussman, Ottawa (http://quantumtechnology.ca/)
- Ania Bleszynski-Jayich, UC Santa Barbara (http://www.10-9lab.com/)
- Christian David, PSI (https://www.psi.ch/lmn/x-ray-optics)
- Lily Childress, McGill (http://childressgroup.blogspot.com/p/home.html)
- Dirk Englund, MIT (http://www.rle.mit.edu/qp/)
- Peter Gluche, Diamaze (https://diamaze-gfd.com/)
- Matthias Schreck, Augsburg (https://www.physik.uni-augsburg.de/exp4/_Research/Diamond/)
- Gabriel Puebla, Qzabre (https://qzabre.com/)
- Christian Dorfer, ETH Zürich (http://www.wallny-group.phys.ethz.ch/research/cms-diamond-r-d.html)
- Mihir Bhaskar, Misha Lukin’s group, Harvard (http://lukin.physics.harvard.edu/)
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- Prof. Niels Quack, Q-lab of Photonic Micro and Nanosystems, EPFL
- Prof. Christophe Galland, Laboratory of Quantum and Nano-Optics, EPFL (https://lqno.epfl.ch/)
Chair of Scientific Committee: