Invited Talks

    Invited talks for the Zwiller group

    2014

    –  March 27, Mauterndorf winter school, Austria

    –  March 18, ACS meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA

    –  May 23, Q.com seminar, Bad Honnef, Germany

    –  June 3, Ameland summer school, Netherlands

    –  June 10, PLMCN, Montpellier, France

    –  June 24, CEWQO, Brussels, Belgium

    –  July 15, IEEE Photonics, Montreal, Canada

    – Semiconductor nanowire-based quantum light sources, Seminar, University of Ottawa, Canada, June 2014 given by Michael Reimer– Semiconductor quantum light sources, Seminar, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, March 31, 2014 given by Michael Reimer

    Ideal single-photon emission from shaped nanowire heterostructures, Invited talk, Quantum Innovators Workshop, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, January 2014, given by Michael Reimer.

    Ideal single-photon emission from shaped nanowires, Invited talk, 1st International Workshop on Engineering of Quantum Dot Emission Properties, Linz, Austria, December 2013 given by Michael Reimer.

    – Quantum light sources and detectors using semiconductor nanowires, Seminar, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, February 2013 given by Michael Reimer,

    – Nanowire optics: efficient quantum light sources and detectors, Seminar, Stanford University, USA, January 2013 given by Michael Reimer,

    2013

    –  January 10, Quantum dot day, Nottingham, UK

    –  February 4, Quantum optics workshop, Windsor, UK

    –  February 8, seminar Stuttgart University, Germany

    –  March 1, seminar IFW Dresden, Germany

    – March 28, seminar INSA Lyon, France

    – April 2, SPIE Optics, Prague, Czech republic

    –  July 2, CLEO Pacific rim, Kyoto, Japan

    –  August 22, Quantum plasmonics incubator meeting, Washington DC, USA

    –  August 27, SPIE, San Diego, USA

    –  September 26, Symposium on semiconductor nanophotonics for quantum information, Grasmere, UK

    –  October 8, Nanowiring summer school, Calghero, Sardinia, Italy

    –  October 16, Single Photon Workshop, Oak Ridge, TN, USA

– October 29, Nanowire workshop, Munich, Germany

– October 24, Physics seminar, Lund University, Sweden

–  November 13, Nanowires 2013, Rehovot, Israel
– July 04-05, Workshop on Semiconductor Single Photon Sources for Quantum Optics, Bad Honnef, Germany
Semiconductor quantum dots coupled to atomic systems given by Nika Akopian

– February 19-20, 14th International Meeting on Optical Engineering and Science in Israel (OASIS-4), Tel Aviv, Israel
An Artificial Atom Locked to Natural Atoms given by Nika Akopian

– February 17, Invited seminar at Solid State Institute (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology), Haifa, Israel
Hybrid systems of artificial and natural atoms given by Nika Akopian

– January 29, Invited seminar at Niels Bohr Institute (University of Copenhagen), Copenhagen, Denmark
An Artificial Atom Locked to Natural Atoms given by Nika Akopian

– Photonics West 2013, San Francisco, USA, January
Selectively grown nanowires for efficient single photon emission and detection given by Michael Reimer

     

    2012

    – January 11, seminar at Wurzburg University, Germany
    Optical quantum dots in nanowire devices given by Michael Reimer

    – January 24, Photonics West, San Francisco, USA
    Quantum optics with nanowire quantum dots

    – February 22, seminar at CEA-UJF Institute for Nanoscience and Cryogenics, Grenoble, France
    Semiconductor-atomic interface and nanowire quantum dots given by Nika Akopian

    – March 24, Winter School ‘Modern optics and photonics’, Romme Alpin, Sweden
    Quantum optics with nanowires

    – April 15, Quantum Dot 2012, Santa Fe, USA
    Hybrid systems based on quantum dots

    – April 26, SPIE Defense and Security 2012, Baltimore, USA
    Enhancing the quantum effi ciency of superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors for near-infrared wavelengths given by Sander Dorenbos

    – May 8, ESPS, Eindhoven, Netherlands
    Quantum optics with nanowire quantum dots

    – July 30, ICPS, Zurich, Switzerland
    An artificial atom locked to natural atoms given by Nika Akopian

    – August 2, Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing, Vienna, Austria
    Superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors for quantum optics and quantum plasmonics given by Sander Dorenbos

    – August 30, Microchip Plasmonics, Erlangen, Germany
    On-chip Quantum Plasmonics

    – September 23, NOEKS, Stuttgart, Germany
    Nanowire optics: quantum light sources and detectors given by Michael Reimer

    – September 26, IEEE Photonics, San Francisco, USA
    On-chip Quantum Plasmonics

    Nanowire optics: quantum light sources and detectors given by Michael Reimer
    Seminar, Wurzburg University, Wurzburg, Germany, October 2012.

    2011

    –  February 13, Quantum Optics workshop, Porto de Galinhas, Brazil
    Single photon interfaces

    – February 4, seminar at Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research, Dresden, Germany
    Crystal phase quantum dots and hybrid semiconductor-atomic interfaces given by Nika Akopian
    Hybrid semiconductor-atomic interface: slowing down single photons from a quantum dot given by Nika Akopian

    – February 22, Nanowire Heraeus workshop, Bad Honnef, Germany
    Quantum optics with nanowire quantum dots

    – March 11, Seminar at Hokkaido University, Japan
    Quantum optics with nanowires and quantum dots

    – April 18, SPIE conference, Prague, Czech Republic
    Integrated superconducting nanowire detectors for quantum plasmonics

    – April 28, Advanced photon counting techniques conference, Orlando, USA
    Putting superconducting nanowire detectors to use

    – May 22, IPRM, Berlin, Germany
    InP based quantum light emitting diodes

    – August 21, Infrared remote sensing, San Diego, USA
    Quantum plasmonics’ and ‘Superconducting single photon detectors given by Reinier Heeres

    – August, SPIE Optics and Photonics 2011, San Diego, USA
    Quantum electro-optical interface in nanowire devices given by Michael Reimer

    – September , OECS 12 – International conference on Optics of Excitons in Confined Systems, Paris, France
    Optical quantum dots in nanowire devices given by Michael Reimer

    – September 15, seminar at KTH Stockholm, Sweden
    Nano-optics with single photons

    – September 16, seminar at Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark
    Nano-optics with single photons

    – October 16, quantum plasmonics workshop, Bad Honnef, Germany
    Single plasmon detection:towards on chip quantum plasonics

    – October 26, International symposium on superconductivity, Tokyo, Japan
    Evaluation of SSPDs using low temperature SEM given by Sander Dorenbos

    – September 12-14, 4th International Workshop on Positioning of Single Nanostructures – Single Quantum Devices, lake Como, Italy
    Semiconductor-atomic interface at the single photon level given by Nika Akopian

    – November 4, Quantum control of Solid State systems workshop, Princeton University, USA
    Coupling single quantum dots to atomic vapors

    2010

    – January 20, FOM Veldhoven, Netherlands

    – January 23-28, SPIE Photonics West 2010 International Conference, San Francisco , California, USA
    Quantum optics with single nanowire quantum dots given by Nika Akopian

    – April 6, Van der Waals-Zeeman colloquium, Amsterdam University, Netherlands

    – April 7, SPIE conference, Orlando, USA

    – June 1st, IPRM Takamatsu, Japan

    – August, SPIE Optics and Photonics 2010, San Diego, USA
    Single photon emission and detection at the nanoscale given by Michael Reimer

    – August, Institute for Microstructural Sciences, National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada
    Seminar given by Michael Reimer

    – August, Institute for Quantum Computing, Waterloo, Canada
    Seminar given by Michael Reimer

    – September 15-22, 2nd International School on Nanophotonics and Photovoltaics, Tsakhkadzor, Armenia
    Quantum opto-electronics with nanowires and quantum dots given by Nika Akopian

    2009

    – March 3, seminar at Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
    Entangled Light from Semiconductor Quantum Dots and Nanowires given by Nika Akopian

    – April 21, SPIE Prague, Czech Republic

    – May 30, NSEC, Harvard, Boston, USA

    – June 24, Minsk, Nanostructures symposium, Belarus

    – June 25, Krynica, summer school, Poland

    – June 25, Sapporo University, seminar, Japan

    – July 14, IBM Zurich, seminar, Switzerland

    – September 11, ADOPT workshop, Stockholm, Sweden

    – OECS 11 – International conference on Optics of Excitons in Confined Systems, Madrid, Spain September
    Talk given by Maarten van Weert

    – December 2, MRS Boston, USA

    2008

    – January 19-24, SPIE Photonics West International Conference, San Jose, California, USA
    Entangled light from semiconductor quantum dots and nanowires given by Nika Akopian

    – February 4, Regensburg University, seminar, Germany

    – February 5, Walter Schottky Institute, seminar, Munich, Germany

    – March 27, Norwegian electro-optics meeting, Tromsoe, Norway

    – March 31, seminar, Trondheim University, Norway

    – June 20, Stuttgart University, seminar, Germany

    – ICPS July 2008, Rio, Brazil
    Talk given by Maarten van Weert

    – July 3, Nanowire summer school, Cortona, Italy

    – June 30th-July 4th, Laser optics conference, Trondheim, Norway
    Optical addressing a spin state in a single nanowire quantum dot given by Nika Akopian

    – September 20-23, XII International Conference on Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (ICQO-2008), Vilnius, Lithuania
    Single Nanowire Quantum Dots for Quantum Optics given by Nika Akopian

    – October, Future of Nanoscience Conference, Montreal, Canada

    – October, National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada

    2007

    – Jan 24, Dutch Physical society, Veldhoven, Netherlands

    – March 6, Workshop ‘Sapporo 21st century’, Japan

    – August 6, Seminar NIST, Gaithersburg, USA

    – August 8, Seminar University of Cincinnati, USA

    – September 26-29, International conference on 1 dimensional systems, Malmo, Sweden

    – September 26-29, Conference on superconducting detectors, Torino, Italy

    – September 28-29, Workshop on nanoscale Physics, Berlin, Germany

    – October 15-17, Workshop on nanowires, Bad Honnef, Germany

    – October 18, Seminar at Paderborn University, Germany

    – November 6, Seminar at the Tyndall institute, Cork, Ireland

    – November 9, Seminar at Leuven University, Belgium

    2006

    – Quantum Dot 2006 conference, Chamonix, France

    – CNRS, Marcoussis, France, seminar
    optics with nanowires

    – Photonic nanoscience workshop, Sapporo, Japan

    – Nanowire workshop,Toulouse, France
    quantum optics with nanowires

    – Advanced Heterostructure Workshop, Hawaii, USA