Entangle with Optica.
We are celebrating World Quantum Day on 14 April. Our members and our community continue to explore, expand and achieve results in quantum science and technology today and everyday.
Optica Quantum is a new, online-only Gold Open Access journal launching in September 2023 to rapidly disseminate high-impact research results across many sectors of quantum science and technology.
Led by Dr. Michael G. Raymer, University of Oregon, USA, Optica Quantum joins the society’s portfolio of the most-cited journals in optics and photonics and will provide the community with articles of the same exceptional standards for quality, novelty, and significance as its parent journal, Optica.
The Optica Foundation announces the first winner of the Hänsch Prize in Quantum Optics: Victoria Xu, MIT Kavli Institute – LIGO Laboratory, USA, for contributions in using quantum optics to fundamentally improve metrology through large-scale interferometers and advanced gravitational wave (GW) detection.
Supported by Menlo Systems GmbH, Hamamatsu Photonics and Thorlabs, the Hänsch Prize recognizes an early-career with a US$20,000 prize.
The Quantum 2.0 Conference and Exhibition will bring together academics, engineers, national laboratory and industry scientists - all with the shared goal of working towards the advancement of quantum science and technology. . Register before 22 May for the lowest registration price available.
OPN offers a selection of recent articles and news stories that provide a taste of quantum’s remarkable breadth and promise.
Show your love for optics, quantum and super-position cats with some sweet Opticat pieces.
The Optica Foundation is partnering with the US Q-12 National Education Partnership to help collect donations from industry and create new programs supporting STEM education.