Photonic Quantum Information Processing

21-27 January, 2023

Monte Bondone - Trento (Italy)

12th Optoelectronics and Photonics Winter School

The 12th edition of the Optoelectronics and Photonics school in Trentino aims at introducing students and post-docs with an optics/photonics background to the concepts of Photonic Quantum Information Processing, focusing on the hot topics that are driving the recent technological and scientific research in this field. The target audience are PhD students and young researchers, who will have the opportunity to attend the lectures given by the top-level scientists leading the quantum optics and photonics community...

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Poster boards are in vertical/portrait format, maximal poster size is B1 (W: 707 mm x H: 1000 mm).

All the material necessary for fastening the posters will be provided by organizers and available in the poster room.

The presenting authors are required to be available for discussion during the scheduled poster session.

A Best Poster Prize, sponsored by OPTICA, and a Certificate will be delivered during the Closing session of the School.

Shuttle service pick-up times for the School participants.

  • 21/01/2023 at 13.30 from Palazzo della Regione, Trento (Piazza Dante 16, in front of the train station across Piazza Dante park) to Hotel Montana, loc. Vason

  • 27/01/2023 at 13.00 - Hotel Montana - Palazzo della Regione Trento

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Anti-Harassment Policy and Code of Conduct

The PQIP 2023 organizers adhere to the policy of OPTICA.

The school organizers are committed to providing an environment that is conducive to the free and robust exchange of scientific ideas. This environment requires that all participants be treated with equal consideration and respect. While we encourage vigorous debate of ideas, personal attacks create an environment in which people feel threatened or intimidated. This is not productive and does not advance the cause of science. All participants in the event and school activities are therefore expected to conduct themselves professionally and respectfully.

It is our policy that all forms of bullying, discrimination and harassment, sexual or otherwise, are prohibited during the event or school activities. This policy applies to every individual at the event, whether attendee, speaker, exhibitor, award recipient, staff, contractor or other. It is also a violation of this policy to retaliate against an individual for reporting bullying, discrimination or harassment or to intentionally file a false report of bullying, discrimination or harassment.

Bullying, discrimination and harassment of any sort by someone in a position of power, prestige or authority is particularly harmful since those of lower status or rank may be hesitant to express their objections or discomfort out of fear of retaliation.

We may take any disciplinary action it deems appropriate if, after thorough investigation, it finds a violation occurred.