Addressing optics for optical quantum computers.

Physics, Integration and Training of Scalable and Autonomous Photonic Neural Networks

Dr. Daniel Brunner (CNRS Researcher, FEMTO-ST, France)
Addressing optics for optical quantum computers.
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Abbe Center of Beutenberg
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07745 Jena
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Dr. Brunner is a distinguished pioneer in the field of photonic neural networks, with his work focusing on novel computing methods using quantum and nonlinear substrates. His significant contributions include over 60 invited talks, more than 50 publications, and several prestigious awards such as the IOP Journal of Physics: Photonics Emerging Leader 2021 Prize and the CNRS Bronze Medal in 2022. His current projects are pioneering in integrating scalable and autonomous neural networks using innovative 3D-printed photonic technology and VCSEL lasers.

The colloquium will explore the challenges and groundbreaking advancements in physically implementing neural network concepts through photonic integration. Dr. Brunner's work aims to revolutionize the efficiency and scalability of these systems, highlighting the development of a fully autonomous photonic neural network.

For further details or inquiries, feel free to contact Dr. Mario Chemnitz. We are looking forward to your participation in what promises to be a highly insightful and forward-thinking presentation!

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