Linnaeus Center in Advanced Optics and Photonics


A cohesive academic center in optics and photonics spanning KTH, Stockholm University, and the research institute ACREO. ADOPT focuses on four promising science and technology research areas: functional optical materials, nanophotonic devices, near-field optics, and quantum information and quantum optics.
[ Image: "Luminescent wood" by Ilya Sytjugov, from image contest]


2017-03-08: QMP seminar
- Rare earth ion doped crystals for quantum technology
- Stefan Kröll, Lunds universitet
- KTH AlbaNova, 11-12 noon
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2017-02-22: QMP seminar
- Solid-state quantum emitters
- Brian Gerardot, Heriot-Watt University
- FA31, KTH AlbaNova, 11-12 noon
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2017-02-21: Seminar by Val Zwiller
- Communicating with light
- Val Zwiller
- Dome of Visions, KTH, 17:00-18:30
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2017-02-14: QMP seminar
- Nanophotonic circuits for unconventional computing
- Wolfram Pernice
- FA32, KTH AlbaNova, 11-12 noon
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2017-02-10: QMP seminar
- Atomistic Modeling of Excitonic States in Semiconducting Nanostructures
- Michał Zieliński
- FA31, KTH AlbaNova, 11-12 noon
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2 Dec: Hamamatsu Technology Days
- Chalmers Conference Center, Gothenburg
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2-3 Nov: Optics & Photonics in Sweden 2016
- Concert and Congress Center, Linköping
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