Some members of the SiQuro project research team attended to the Innovation Village Exhibition, organized within the SPIE Photonics Europe Conference held in Brussels from 4 to 7 April, 2016.
In the booth researchers from Nanoscience and Crypto Labs of the University of Trento together with FBK presented a new prototype based on Quantum Random Number Generation, developed during the Siquro project into the WP4 activity.
The demo, consisting of a CMOS detector coupled with an LED, obtained a good interest in the scientific community.
From 18th to 20th of April, in Polo Scientifico e Tecnologico Fabio Ferrari (Povo 1 and Povo 2), there will be the workshop TopoDays 2016: Topological Effects in Photonics.
This meeting brings together scientists working on topological effects in a wide-range of photonics-based systems, including integrated silicon photonics, propagating waveguides, photonic crystals, polariton-cavity arrays and much more.