Photonics for Quantum 2023

quantum technologies

Event name Photonics for Quantum 2023
Dates June 5, 2023 - June 8, 2023
Venue Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, NY | Table #4
Official site Photonics for Quantum 2023

Photonics is a critical technology to enable emerging quantum systems and devices in the fields of quantum computing, quantum communication, and quantum sensing, to name a few. Hamamatsu offers a wide range of photonic solutions such as detectors, modulators, and cameras for the current and future quantum technologies landscape.

Please stop by table 4 to discuss your application requirements as well as ask about our offerings for the quantum technology space - such as our new ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera, SPAD modules, SPAD arrays, MPPC (Hamamatsu’s silicon photomultiplier), and PMT modules as well as customizations to tailor these products to your project needs.

Featured products:

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The ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera enables quantitative detection of weak fluorescent light from trapped ions and neutral atoms. The camera’s low noise floor, high QE, and zero excess noise factor due to gain make it an attractive option for neutral atom and trapped ions qubit readout as well as monitoring trapped ions.

LCOS SLM optical phase modulators

The LCOS-SLM is a reflective spatial light modulator that freely controls the phase of light with a liquid crystal. Controlling the phase (wavefront) with LCOS-SLM enables researchers to generate a highly efficient optical microtrap array to confine neutral atoms. 

The 64-channel multianode PMT assembly H7546B series is an assembly that can detect fluorescence of multiple ions in a 64-channel matrix.

The photon counting head H10682 series is a module that enables photon counting measurement of ion fluorescence with high sensitivity and low noise.

The fiber coupled SPAD module C16534-050GD is compact and suitable for integration in quantum devices and systems. Customizations include but not limited to gain adjustments and higher overvoltage which results in higher PDE and higher dark count rate (DCR) as a tradeoff. 

Photon counting image sensor S15007-100GG-01

Photon counting image sensor S15007-100GG-01

The 1x 64 channel SPAD array can detect fluorescence with ns resolution for quantum applications and can be integrated with ASICs providing customizations like gating.