Invited Speakers 

Challenges and opportunities in single photon detector metrology 

Sonia Buckley 
NIST, Boulder, Colorado, USA

Hugues De Riedmatten
The Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO), Castelldefels, Spain


Tailored light for quantum networking

Alessandro Fedrizzi
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK

Advancing quantum photonics technologies through optical metrology

Angela Gamouras 
National Research Council (NRC) of Canada, Ottawa, Canada

CMOS SPAD arrays

Robert Henderson
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK

Mark Itzler
Luminar Semiconductor Inc., USA

Quantum Communications Network 

Prem Kumar 
Northwestern University, Illinois, USA

Building Global Quantum Networks with Satellites - a perspective from the Equator 

Alexander Ling
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Development and Applications of Optical Transition Edge Sensors: A Retrospective

Adriana Lita
NIST, Boulder, Colorado, USA

Demonstration of a 400,000 pixel superconducting single-photon camera

Adam McCaughan
NIST, Boulder, Colorado, USA

Sae Woo's legacy of excellence: innovation in superconducting detectors from concept to commercial success

Aaron Miller
Quantum Opus, Michigan, USA

Ge-on-Si Enables SWIR Single-Photon Detection

Neil Na
Artilux, Menlo Park, California, USA

Hyperspectral Imaging with Mid-IR Undetected Photons 

Sven Ramelow
Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Quantum dots as Photon sources: Advanced optical control and the outreach project QuanTour

Doris Reiter
TU Dortmund University, Dortmund, Germany

Spooky no more- the impact of Sae Woo Nam on Loophole Free Bell tests

Krister Shalm 
NIST, Boulder, Colorado, USA

Multi-mode telecom quantum memories 

Sarah Thomas 
Imperial College London, UK


Single photons from a quantum dot in an open microcavity 

Richard Warburton 
University of Basel, Switzerland

Current state of SNSPD arrays for deep space optical communication

Emma Wollman 
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Pasadena, California, USA

Single-photon LiDAR goes long range

Feihu Xu
University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), Shanghai, China

Detection and manipulation of single photons using asymmetric Mach-Zehnder interferometers

Zhiliang Yuan
Beijing Academy of Quantum Information Sciences (BAQIS), Beijing, China 

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