By IQT News posted 26 Jul 2019

(IQTEurope) IQT Europe is pleased to welcome Single Quantum to the exhibitor hall and also to announce Single Quantum’s seminar coffee sponsorship on October 30, 2019 in the Neumann Museum at the Hague. Single Quantum develops the best single photon detectors, based on superconducting nanowires. The SNSPDs are provided with closed-cycle cryostat, which provides the low temperature environment for the superconducting nanowires. The high performance of our SNSPDs makes them the ideal choice for the most demanding applications.
Inside Quantum Technology Europe is a unique must-attend event that offers comprehensive insights into the commercial future of all areas of quantum technology, presenting both opportunities available today and future applications for businesses and government. The 2019 event is October 29-30 at the Louwman Museum in the Hague.
There are numerous conferences on the technical aspects of quantum technology, this summit is the first in Europe to focus on profits and losses as quantum technology becomes commercialized. Inside Quantum Technology Europe will be jointly organized by U.S. originator 3DR Holdings, which organized the highly successful Inside Quantum Technology conference in Boston early in 2019 and Netherlands-based QuTech, with the aim to open up communities and opportunities on both sides of the Atlantic.

For additional information on sponsorships and exhibiting at IQT Europe:
Contact Marilyn Reed. Email: marilyn@3dprint.com & Phone: 781-54–1062

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