Hamamatsu News 2-2016 - page 10

News 2016 Vol. 2
Scientists share latest research outcomes in quantum many-body
science and technology at the 1
International Symposium on
Advanced Photonics in Hamamatsu
Hamamatsu brings together leading experts at the
International Symposium on Advanced Photon
iSAP Hamamatsu was held in Hamamatsu, Japan on April 13 and 14, 2016. The topic of this year's
conference, the first in a series, was "Quantum many-body science and technology". Researchers
and scientists who are active at the forefront of photon quantum physics came together to present
the latest available information on quantum simulations, cold atoms, quantum networks, quantum
computing and other topics. Over 100 researchers and engineers from universities and corporate
entities in Europe, the US and Asia enjoyed vigorous discussion both at and away from the event
site, exchanging ideas and information.
Scientists are delving into quantum mechanics, the field of laws that govern the micro-world around
us using light, in an effort to understand the mechanisms that drive our world at the atomic and
molecular level. Through fundamental scientific research in light and the development of new
related technologies, Hamamatsu Photonics is contributing to the creation of industries that will
help enhance society.
Hamamatsu, a center of fine-quality manufacturing, is aiming to become home to
many companies involved in opto-research and opto-industry. The symposium was
held at Lake Hamana, a short distance from the central part of Hamamatsu, where
attendees enjoyed peaceful scenery and restful relaxation at Kanzanji Hot Springs.
For detailed information about iSAP Hamamatsu
Sponsored by Research Foundation for Opto-Science and Technology, with cooperation from Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.
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