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2022 Conference

Commercializing Quantum Technologies in Nebraska: From Research to Licensing -- Thursday, April 14

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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!

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Registration closes March 24

Featured Speakers

Matthew Hull

Matthew Hull

Michael Flatte

Michael Flatte

Agenda Highlights

CONFERENCE SESSIONS

Learn from technology commercialization organizations and colleagues who share their experiences.

POSTER SESSION

EQUATE faculty, students, and postdocs network and present their research with the project.

Meet Nebraska EPSCoR's Partners In This Event

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NSF Logo
Nebraska Research logo
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IMAGE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

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.

*Nanoscale, 2021, 13, 19903-19914

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