Welcome to Quantum Sensing News: The latest Quantum Sensing and Single-Photon Systems updates brought to you by ID Quantique.
We begin by sharing our latest video with you, in which we explore the benefits of single-photon counting techniques, how they can be utilised and the key components of a solution.
We then remind you to join our next webinar on 4 June, 4pm CEST, where we will be discussing ‘Single-photon OTDR for the monitoring of Ariane 6 space launcher opto-pyrotechnic system’.
Finally, we invite you to join us again later in June for our upcoming webinar: Advanced techniques for characterising multi-photon quantum interference and entanglement.
Enjoy the reading and stay healthy!
Watch: An overview of single-photon counting systems
The ability to count single photons and catalogue them at a precise time of arrival unlocks the power of light to tell us about our world.
In our latest video, we explore how single-photon counting systems can be utilised in a wide variety of fields, from biophysics to telecommunications and quantum optics. We look at the key components of a system, its advantages and how our quantum sensing solutions can help you achieve your goals. You can find the video on our ID900 Series, ID Qube NIR Gated and ID Qube NIR Free-Running pages.
Webinar: Single-photon OTDR for Ariane 6
Join us on June 4, 4pm CEST to discover how single-photon OTDR is being used to test and verify the Ariane 6 fiber network prior to launch.
You will learn about how the single-photon OTDR technique is used to monitor the 82 opto-pyro channels and 8 km fibre optic network of Ariane 6 space launcher with cm spatial resolution in about one minute.
Webinar: Advanced techniques for characterising multi-photon quantum interference and entanglement
Join us on June 25, 4pm CEST, when we will cover techniques to characterise multi-photon quantum interference and entanglement in an actual experiment using integrated photonics.
You will learn how IDQ’s technology can be used to simplify this task immensely and provide the necessary specifications to get optimal results.