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2020-06-29. Meelis-Mait Sildoja National Institute Of Chemical Physics And Biophysics / Metrosert
2020-06-27. Aleksander Rebane National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics State of the art experimental facility for femtosecond two- and three-photon absorption spectroscopy including UV-VIS-NIR automated multiphoton absorption spectrometer;
Word highest accuracy reference standards and experimental methodology for determining molecular two photon absorption cross sections in VIS-NIR range;
State of the art theoretical quantum-chemical modelling and simulation of femtosecond multiphoton absorption processes in complex organic chromophores and nanomaterials;
2020-06-24. Degiovanni Ivo Pietro INRIM strategic interest in this project.

despite internal difficulties, we wil find a way to contribute.
2020-06-22. Mikhail Korpusenko Metrology Research Institute
2020-06-22. Mikhail Korpusenko Metrology Research Institute
2020-06-22. Mikhail Korpusenko Metrology Research Institute
2020-06-22. Mikhail Korpusenko Metrology Research Institute
2020-06-22. Daiji Fukuda NMIJ/AIST Metrological measurement based on single-photon sources and photon number resolving detectors based on superconducting transition edge sensors.
2020-06-22. Mauro Rajteri INRIM Development of Photon-Number Resolving detector based on superconducting Transition-Edge Sensors
2020-06-19. Piotr Kolenderski Nicoalus Copernicus University Single photon sources based on parametric down conversion and their applications for satellite and fiber-based quantum communication. Time-resolved single photon detection techniques.

2020-06-19. Piotr Kolenderski Nicoalus Copernicus University Single photon sources based on parametric down conversion and their applications for satellite and fiber-based quantum communication. Time-resolved single photon detection techniques.

2020-06-18. Christoph Becher Universitaet des Saarlandes Single photon emission from color centers in diamond with high purity and indistinguishability. Ideas for creating entangled photon states from indistinguishable single photons or via cluster state generation.
2020-06-18. Marco Lopez PTB Single-Photon Sources and Detectors
2020-06-18. Toomas Kübarsepp AS Metrosert Experience in excitation pulsed lasers, photodetector design, modelling and manufacturing
2020-06-17. Jarle Gran Justervesenet Characterisation of Photonic Integrated Circuit (PIC) for applications in radiometric measurements (including single photon applications) and linkage to macroscopic quantum detectors and other SI realisations. 3D charge carrier simulations.
2020-06-15. Sven Burger Zuse Institute Berlin Our group is developing advanced numerical methods for nanophotonic applications.

We have longstanding expertise in
* developing and applying numerical methods for simulating (classical) optical properties of integrated single photon sources, including quantities like coupling efficiencies, far-field patterns, Purcell enhancement [1].
* design optimization for integrated setups [2,3].
* methods for solving inverse problems appearing in metrology setups [4].

[1] P.-I. Schneider, et al. Opt. Express 26, 8479 (2018).
[2] A. Musial, et al. Adv. Quantum Technol. 3, 2000018 (2020)
[3] P. Schnauber, et al. Nano Lett. 18, 2336 (2018).
[4] P.-I. Schneider, et al. ACS Photonics, 6, 2726 (2019).
2020-06-12. Schell Andreas Leibniz University - single emitter spectroscopy (room and cryogenic temperatures)
- photon extraction
- photon coupling
- quantum microscopy
2020-06-12. Beatrice Rodiek PTB
2020-06-12. Haji AHMEDOV TUBİTAK UME We have expertise in quantum mechanics and have experience in developing classical measurement techniques. We can contribute to the theoretical studies and help in developing the measurement and analysis techniques
2020-06-11. Alén Millán Benito CSIC, Instituto de Micro y Nanotecnología IMN-CNM Our group has contributed to the field of semiconductor quantum photonics during the last 20 years. We have fabricated and characterized single quantum dot materials and devices, both in GaAs and InP. More recently, we have developed a novel plug and play single photon source whose excitation source is embedded monolithicaly with the quantum emitter.
2020-06-11. Stephan Reitzenstein TU Berlin We have longstanding expertise in the development, realization and in-depth optical and quantum optical study of high-performance quantum light-source based on semiconductor quantum dots. Our group has full access to the facilities of the Center of Nanophotonics at TU Berlin, with its state-of-the-art epitaxial growth and nanofabrication capabilities. Thus, we can offer to develop, realize and study quantum light sources (including entangled photon pair sources) based on InGaAs quantum dots. Such source could be directly fiber-coupled and integrated into compact Helium-free cooling systems to allow stand-alone and user-friendly operation, e.g. for quantum metrology purposed.
2020-06-11. Stefan Kück PTB Metrological characterization of single-photon sources and detectors.

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