Join us in Rochester for the 2022 event

Submit a paper and help address the central role photonics plays in advancing quantum technologies — from the fundamental stages of research through the work being done to deliver a commercial quantum infrastructure. This event connects international experts, industry, and students focused on the enabling role of photonics in quantum science and technology.

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Call for papers 2022: present your research in Rochester June 2022


Call for papers is open, explore quantum topics

Present your research. Join other experts addressing a complete range of subjects including quantum information systems; quantum communications and cryptography; quantum computing and simulation; quantum sensing, imaging, and timing systems and quantum materials and devices.

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Last year invited speakers joined online from around the globe


Cathy Foley

Cathy Foley

Australia’s Chief Scientist

Jonathan King

Jonathan King

Atom Computing

Eleni Diamanti

Eleni Diamanti

Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6

Sergei Slussarenko

Sergei Slussarenko

Griffith Univ.

Photonics for Quantum 2021 registration included presentation recordings


Access the 2021 research and recordings

The SPIE/RIT Photonics for Quantum 2021 presentation recordings and posters are published on the SPIE Digital Library. All paid conference registrations include ongoing access via the SPIE Digital Library.

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