3rd 4-Photon School


  • Day 1 – Monday, 20 Jan 2020

  • Day 2 – Tuesday, 21 Jan 2020

  • Day 3 – Wednesday, 22 Jan 2020

Venue - The Diamond, The University of Sheffield, 32 Leavygreave Rd, Sheffield S3 7RD, UK

Winter School Website - https://sites.google.com/sheffield.ac.uk/nano-photonics-winter-school/home

Programme - https://sites.google.com/sheffield.ac.uk/nano-photonics-winter-school/programme

  • This 3-day Winter School will focus on the use of wavelength-scale structures to control photon propagation and emission, as well as the interaction of photons with electronic excitations and spins in semiconductor quantum dots, colour centres in diamond etc. Single-photon detection methods will also be reviewed.

  • The school is open for all early stage researchers at the PhD or postdoc levels.

  • There will also be a 4PHOTON Supervisory Board Meeting and Dinner on Day 2 – see Programme.

  • 4PHOTON ESRs will present posters of their work - https://sites.google.com/sheffield.ac.uk/nano-photonics-winter-school/abstract


  • Thomas Krauss, University of York - High NA silicon meta-lenses for wide-field imaging

  • Timur Shegai, Chalmers - TMDC nanophotonics for strong light-matter coupling

  • Claire Le Gall, University of Cambridge - Hyperfine interaction in QDs: From decoherence to optically gated quantum-state transfer of an electron-spin qubit

  • Brian Gerardot, Heriot-Watt University - Moiré heterostructure quantum emitter arrays

  • Tina Müller, Toshiba - Quantum dot based devices for telecom wavelength quantum networks

  • Dmitri Krizhanovskii, University of Sheffield - Nonlinear hybrid light-matter states in semiconductor microcavities and waveguides

  • Mark Fox, University of Sheffield - Chiral nano-photonics using quantum dots

  • Pieter Kok, University of Sheffield - Generating Maximal Entanglement between Spectrally Distinct Solid-State Emitters

  • Mark Stevenson, Toshiba - Quantum light emitting diodes and their applications

  • Kai-Hong Luo, Paderborn University - title TBC

  • Robert Hadfield, University of Glasgow - Superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors: physics and applications

  • Riccardo Sapienza, Imperial College London - Dielectric nano-antennas for quantum emitter control

  • Richard Warburton, University of Basel - Coupling a gated quantum dot to an optical microcavity

  • Sarah Thomas, Université Paris-Sud - title TBC

Contact – Sally Greenhough – s.greenhough@sheffield.ac.uk – University of Sheffield