Nebraska EQUATE invites its participants and partners to learn and network to advance quantum science innovation opportunities for our state
The 2022 Nebraska Research and Innovation Conference -- Commercializing Quantum Technologies in Nebraska: From Research to Licensing -- will take place Thursday, April 14, at the Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Lincoln. This all-day meeting includes invited speakers with experience in quantum-related startups, presentations by NUtech Ventures and Nebraska Business Development Center, and a poster session with EQUATE student and post-doctoral researchers. The cost to attend this event is free, however pre-registration (by March 24) is required.
Annual NRIC events are conducted by Nebraska EPSCoR with funding via NSF OIA-2044049 (Nebraska's Emergent QUAntum materials and TEchnologies research collaboration). Join us on #WorldQuantumDay, April 14, for this gathering to advance quantum science in Nebraska!
Learn from technology commercialization organizations and colleagues who share their experiences.
Reproduced from RSC Nanoscale* with permission from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
The presented work--by Boyuan Jin, Dhananjay Mishra and Christos Argyropoulos (funded by Nebraska's NSF-funded EQUATE project, OIA-2044049)--demonstrates a new efficient ultrathin entangled single-photon pair nanophotonic source based on spontaneous parametric down-conversion working at room temperature.