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Two Days of Innovation and Collaboration for the QPIC1550 partners in Florence

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Two Days Florence QPIC1550

In an inspiring demonstration of collaboration and forward-thinking, the partners of the QPIC1550 project gathered at the QTI headquarters in Florence, Italy, on March 7-8, 2024, marking a pivotal moment in the pursuit of quantum photonic integrated circuits at 1550nm.

The two-day meeting commenced with a warm welcome and insightful introductions, setting the stage for a series of detailed presentations on the project’s work packages. From the dissemination strategies outlined by Martel to the quantum light sources development led by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), each session delved deep into the objectives, organization of work and expected outcomes, fostering a shared understanding and commitment to excellence.

QTI SRL, along with other leading entities such as LIGENTEC France and University College Cork, presented their groundbreaking work, offering glimpses into the future of hybrid integration, packaging and the development of heterogeneous QPIC technology. The meeting not only served as a platform for sharing knowledge and progress but also as a catalyst for synergies, sparking discussions on the design and realisation of first-generation devices.

The gathering underscored the significance of collaboration in achieving the ambitious goals set forth by the QPIC1550 consortium. The enthusiasm and expertise displayed by each partner were palpable and are captured in the group photo, taken in the scenic entrance of the QTI SRL offices.

As the meeting concluded, reflections on the event and discussions on next steps paved the way for continued progress. The partners left Florence invigorated, with a clear path forward and the shared commitment to dive deep into their collective efforts.

The QPIC1550 project is at the forefront of innovation. Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to break new ground in quantum technology!

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The QPIC 1550 project received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 101135785. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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Two Days of Innovation and Collaboration for the QPIC1550 partners in Florence

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Two Days Florence QPIC1550

In an inspiring demonstration of collaboration and forward-thinking, the partners of the QPIC1550 project gathered at the QTI headquarters in Florence, Italy, on March 7-8, 2024, marking a pivotal moment in the pursuit of quantum photonic integrated circuits at 1550nm.

The two-day meeting commenced with a warm welcome and insightful introductions, setting the stage for a series of detailed presentations on the project’s work packages. From the dissemination strategies outlined by Martel to the quantum light sources development led by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), each session delved deep into the objectives, organization of work and expected outcomes, fostering a shared understanding and commitment to excellence.

QTI SRL, along with other leading entities such as LIGENTEC France and University College Cork, presented their groundbreaking work, offering glimpses into the future of hybrid integration, packaging and the development of heterogeneous QPIC technology. The meeting not only served as a platform for sharing knowledge and progress but also as a catalyst for synergies, sparking discussions on the design and realisation of first-generation devices.

The gathering underscored the significance of collaboration in achieving the ambitious goals set forth by the QPIC1550 consortium. The enthusiasm and expertise displayed by each partner were palpable and are captured in the group photo, taken in the scenic entrance of the QTI SRL offices.

As the meeting concluded, reflections on the event and discussions on next steps paved the way for continued progress. The partners left Florence invigorated, with a clear path forward and the shared commitment to dive deep into their collective efforts.

The QPIC1550 project is at the forefront of innovation. Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to break new ground in quantum technology!

The QPIC 1550 project received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 101135785. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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