5 Days of Free On-Line SPAD Webinars

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University of Glasgow, UK, QuantIC group announces a series of 5 Webinars on June 1-5:

Detector Development:
Enhanced detectors underpin many of our demonstrators where increased sensitivity to single- photons at challenging wavelengths and/or higher count rates unlocks pathways to new imaging applications. These sensors will be used across all the sectors covered in these webinar series.

Life Sciences:
The QuantIC programme is delivering paradigm-shifting quantum imaging systems to our innovation partners. Biomedical imaging is an area where QuantIC seeks to expand its contributions. These will primarily be in through body imaging and microscopy. There is strong industry interest in both fluorescence and super-resolution microscopy to improve performance utilising SPAD arrays and other components. This webinar will showcase the progress made in this area to date.

Computational Methods:
The role and impact of computational imaging and machine learning in quantum imaging systems is growing significantly. Our initial focus will be on a Bayesian framework coupled with machine learning methods to develop these methods in partnership with the quantum sensors to make integrated systems where the overall performance is optimised for the limitations and advantages that quantum derived data presents.

Imaging through complex media such as fog, rain and snow are some of the most topical challenges in the autonomous vehicles and assisted drivers’ landscape. This webinar will discuss how we are working with end users and technology providers, to deliver system demonstrators combining optimisation of detector technology, image reconstruction for low-photon and low-cost visible and infrared LIDAR.

Security and Sensors:
Quantum phenomena will have impact in broad areas of security and sensors. We are developing quantum LIDAR, radar and covert imaging systems and developing UK capability for near IR SPADs and SPAD arrays for security and defence. Additionally, we continue to develop monitoring systems for secure infrastructure e.g. airports, rail stations, utilising different wavelengths. This session will showcase the latest demonstrator capabilities.

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