EU Project result dissemination Session

Location: 
Delft, Netherlands
Duration: 
8 October 2018 - 12 October 2018

Chair:

Giampiero Gerini, TNO / TU Eindhoven



The European Optical Society (EOS) organizes a special EU project result dissemination Session for partners in EU projects during the EOSAM.

For the third time, partners in EU projects are invited to present their results in this special session.
Any topic of optics and photonics is acceptable. Projects that have led to a prototype product are in particular encouraged to apply.  Applications by submitting a two page abstract via the website www.conftool.com/eosam2018  (Submission open until 31 May 2018)

Please describe in the abstract

  •     the title and the aim of the project
  •     the relevant EU call
  •     the main results of the project

Furthermore, please list the proposed oral presentations (typically 3-4) and the presenters. Also briefly describe the contents of these presentations in the abstract. For more information, contact eosam@myeos.org
 

Projects included (not complete list):

The PHENOMEN project: All-Phononic Circuits Enabled by Opto-mechanics
PHENOMEN (Ref. 713450) is a European project awarded in the call H2020-FET-OPEN-2014-2015-RIA. PHENOMEN is at the intersection of photonics, radio-frequency (RF) signal processing and phononics. The long-term vision of PHENOMEN is to lay the foundations of a new information technology based on the manipulation of coherent phonons via cavity optomechanics and their coupling to photons and RF electronics.

Nanoscale systems for optical quantum technologies (NanOQTech)
NanOQTech is a European Union Horizon 2020 project funded through the FET Open programme. The goal has been to build nanoscale hybrid quantum devices that strongly couple to light. To achieve that, the project wanted to create solid-state nanostructures that exploit the uniquely narrow optical transitions of rare earth ions. Within the project, they expect these devices to lead to major advances in quantum communication, quantum sensing and quantum opto-electronics