Programme (June 19, 20, 21)

June 19

9h00-9h15 Welcome & Opening
9h15-9h45 Jesús Zúñiga-Pérez (MAJULAB): Point defects in h-BN as practical quantum sensors
9h45-10h15 Antoine Reserbat-Plantey (MAJULAB): Quantum nanophotonics with 2D crystals
10h15-10h45 Coffee break
10h45-11h15 Laurent Labonté (INPHYNI): Experimental optical phase measurement based on two-photon interferometry
11h15-11h45 Hui Khoon Ng (CQT & MAJULAB): Quantum computing with noisy components
11h45-12h15 Olivier Pfister (University of Virginia): Quantum computing over the rainbow: from scalable qumodes to scalable fault-tolerant qubits
12h15-14h00 Lunch
14h00-14h30 Rahul Jain (CQT): A direct product theorem for quantum communication complexity with application to device-independent cryptography
14h30-15h00 Bruno Martin (I3S): Applied cryptography with quantum, post-quantum and traditional insights: a popularization talk
15h00-15h30 Coffee break
15h30-16h00 Frédéric Patras (LJAD): Diagrammatics for interacting systems and quantum probability
16h00-16h30 Alexia Auffèves (MAJULAB): Quantum energetics
16h30-17h00 Artur Izmaylov (University of Toronto Scarborough): Quantum measurements in the variational quantum eigensolver for quantum chemistry

June 20

9h15-9h45 Di Zhu, (A*STAR): Integrated quantum photonics with LiNbO3
9h45-10h15 Fabrice Semond (CRHEA): Niobium nitride (NbN): a superconducting material for quantum technologies
10h15-10h45 Coffee break
10h45-11h15 Dawn Tan (SUTD): Nonlinear and topological photonics on a CMOS chip
11h15-11h45 Fabrice Raineri (INPHYNI): Semiconductor optical nanosources
11h45-12h15 Massimo Giudici (INPHYNI): Temporal localized structures in degenerate-cavity lasers: from patterns to spatio-temporally reconfigurable light
12h15-14h00 Lunch
14h00-14h30 Jean Etesse (INPHYNI): Integrated solid-state quantum memories for quantum information processing
14h30-15h00 Philippe Boucaud (CRHEA): Prospectives for III-nitride integrated photonics
15h00-15h30 Coffee break
15h30-16h00 Christian Miniatura (MAJULAB): Multifractal properties of the coherent forward scattering peak
16h00-16h30 Patrizia Vignolo (INPHYNI): Quantum boomerang effect
16h30-17h00 Mathias Albert (INPHYNI): Superfluidity versus thermalization in non-linear wave systems

June 21

9h15-9h45 François Dublin (CRHEA): Extended Bose-Hubbard model with dipolar excitons
9h45-10h15 David Wilkowski (MAJULAB): Quantum simulation of high-symmetry gauge fields
10h15-10h45 Coffee break
10h45-11h15 Maxime Richard (MAJULAB): Interaction between a quantum fluid of light and a thermal reservoir in solid-state environment
11h15-11h45 Claire Michel (INPHYNI): Fluids of light in a nonlinear crystal: from superfluidity to turbulence
11h45-12h15 Mathilde Hugbart (INPHYNI): Field and intensity correlations: the Siegert relation from stars to quantum emitters
12h15-14h00 Lunch
14h00-14h30 Ayesha Reezwana (CQT): An optical ground station in Singapore for satellite-based quantum communication
14h30-15h00 Clément Courde, (GEOAZUR): Experiment of free space quantum communication at the Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur
15h00-15h30 Coffee break
15h30-16h00 Tanvirul Islam (CQT): Small satellite-based space-to-ground quantum communication and QKD in Singapore
16h00-16h30 Olivier Alibart (INPHYNI): Practical entanglement-based metropolitan quantum key distribution link