Tag Archives: single photon

Enabling Life Science Breakthroughs Using Single Photon Technologies

Life Science demands detection and imaging capabilities, not only to analyze tissue health, but also to control the ingredients in medicine. Photonis’s innovative cameras are the solution to the most complex detection challenges of the scientific community involved in ultra-low light imaging. Different techniques have been used for a long time. New techniques, such as … Continue reading

March 14, 2023 Blog, Cameras and Imaging, Photonis

Ion, Electron and Photon Detection plus Imaging Solutions

Enabling technological breakthroughs with innovative imaging and detection solutions, precise instrumentation is a key requirement to measuring and analyzing complex or unknown physical phenomena. Over the last century, many research projects have aimed at better understanding the infinitely small at imperceptible scale. Whether the application requires ion, electron or photon detection, Photonis has the right … Continue reading

January 10, 2023 Blog, Detectors, Photonis

Can I Trust You? Let’s Flip a Coin

How can two mistrustful parties fairly toss a coin? As it turns out, this problem of weak coin flipping (WCF) is a fundamental cryptographic primitive, where quantum WCF can achieve theoretically perfect information security over modern communication networks. In a recent paper, researchers from Sorbonne Université, the University of Vienna, California Institute of Technology and … Continue reading

December 18, 2022 Blog, Detectors, ID Quantique

Important Research in Photonic Sensing during 2022

Here is a sampling of seven ground-breaking papers regarding photonic sensing published this year from researchers around the world. All this research used one or more of the following ID Quantique products: ID281 Superconducting Nanowire Series Detectors ID230 Infrared Single-Photon Detectors Time Controller Series Devices ID220 Single Photon Counters (precursors to the ID Qube NIR … Continue reading

October 2, 2022 Blog, Detectors, ID Quantique
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