Single Photon Workshop 2013
Sources, Detectors, Components, and Applications
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
October 15-18, 2013
10/10/2013: The Single Photon Workshop is feeling the effects of the partial shut-down of the US government, but the organizing committee is working hard to minimize the impact on conference attendees. The guidance from ORNL management as of today is to proceed with SPW as planned. Please be aware, though, that the situation is fluid and changes might come quickly. If changes occur, the SPW website will be updated as quickly as possible.
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Welcome to the home of Single-Photon Workshop 2013, which will be held at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. SPW 2013 is the sixth and latest installment in a series of workshops on single-photon technologies and applications. Single-photon technologies are vital to applications such as quantum cryptography, quantum information processing, quantum imaging, and quantum metrology. Fields such as astrophysics, nuclear physics, and biology also benefit from developments in single-photon technologies.
SPW 2013 is intended to bring together a broad range of people with interests in single-photon sources, single-photon detectors, photon entanglement, and their incorporation into scientific and industrial tools. Researchers from universities, industry, and government will report on the latest developments in single-photon devices and methods with a view toward improved performance and new application areas. It will be an exciting opportunity for those interested in single-photon technologies to learn about the state of the art and to foster continuing partnerships with others seeking to advance the capabilities of such technologies.
SPW 2013 is sponsored by: