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City  Name of your University or Research Institute  Department  Name of the Master school  Curriculum and topics  Curriculum or topic name  Duration  Coordinator's name  Coordinator's email  website 

Pavia  Università di Pavia  Dipartimento di Fisica  Laurea Magistrale in Scienze Fisiche (Master in Physical sciences)  curriculum  Physics of Quantum Technologies  2 years  Chiara Macchiavello  chiara@unipv.it  http://fisica.unipv.it/dida/Corso_LM_Scienze_Fisiche.htm 
Pisa  Università di Pisa  Dipartimento di Fisica  Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Fisica (Master school)  study plan  Quantum Computation and Technologies  2 years  Riccardo Mannella  riccardo.mannella@unipi.it  https://www.df.unipi.it/it/didatticanuova/1011/classelm17 
Caserta  University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”  Department of Mathematics and Physics (DMF)  Master of Science (MSc) Programme in Physics  topic  Atoms, molecules and photons  24 month  Livio Gianfrani  livio.gianfrani@unicampania.it  https://www.matfis.unicampania.it/didattica/corsidistudio/corsodilaureamagistraleinphysics 
Catania  University of Catania  Department of physics and astronomy "Ettore Majorana"  Laurea magistrale in Physics  curriculum  SubCurriculum in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics with five specialized courses in quantum information, quantum optics, computational quantum dynamics, superconductivyty, quantum phases of matter  2 years  Francesca Zuccarello/ Giuseppe Falci for Theor. Cond Mat.  giuseppe.falci@unict.it  https://www.dfa.unict.it/en/content/courses/LM17 
Milan  University of Milan  Department of Physics 'Aldo Pontremoli'  Physics  topic  Quantum information & technology  2 yrs (master, 120 ECTS credits)  Alberto Pullia  alberto.pullia@unimi.it  http://eng.fisica.unimi.it/ecm/home/teaching 
QT Education_PhD
City  Name of your University or Research Institute  Department  Name of the PhD program  Curriculum and topics  Curriculum or topic name  Duration  Coordinator's name  Coordinator's email  Website 

Napoli  Università di Napoli Federico II  Dipartimento di Fisica "E.Pancini"  Quantum Technologies  curriculum  3 years  Francesco Tafuri  francesco.tafuri@unina.it  https://www.fisica.unina.it/presentazionedottoratoqt  
Modena  Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia  Scienze Fisiche, informatiche e Matematiche  Physics and Nanosciences  3 years  Stefano Frabboni  phd_physicsnanosciences@unimore.it  http://www.nanophdschool.unimore.it/site/home.html  
Palermo  Università di Palermo  Dipartimento di Fisica e Chimica  Dottorato in Scienze Fisiche e Chimiche  topic  Quantum Technologies  3 years  Gioacchino Massimo Palma  massimo.palma@unipa.it  https://www.unipa.it/dipartimenti/difc/dottorati/scienzefisicheechimiche 
Pisa  Scuola Normale Superiore  Classe di Scienze  Physics, Nanoscienze  topic  Quantum Technologies, and quantum information  4 year  Gigi Rolandi and Andrea Ferrara  luigi.rolandi@sns.it  https://www.sns.it/en/nanoscience 
Catania  University of Catania  Department of physics and astronomy "Ettore Majorana"  PhD in Fisica  curriculum  Curriculum in Theoretical Physics of fundamental Interaction and Quantum Technologies  3 years  Sebastiano Albergo  sebastiano.albergo@dfa.unict.it  https://www.dfa.unict.it/it/content/dottoratofisica 
Milan  University of Milan  Department of Physics 'Aldo Pontremoli'  Phd in Physics, Astrophysics and Applied Physics  topic  Quantum information & technology  3 years  Matteo Paris  matteo.paris@unimi.it  http://phd.fisica.unimi.it 
Bari  Università di Bari  Dipartimento di Fisica  Physics  topic  Quantum Information and Quantum Tecnologies  3 years  Giuseppe Iaselli  giuseppe.iaselli@poliba.it  http://phdphysics.cloud.ba.infn.it 
QT Research Groups
City  Name of your University or Research Institute  Department  Name of the research group  Theoretical or/and experimental  Flagship topic  Free topic  Short description  Number of the group members  Coordinator's name  Coordinator's email  Website 

Bari  University of Bari  Physics  Quantum  Theoretical  quantum computation, quantum simulation, basic science  Quantum simulations of lattice gauge theories. Complexity. Entanglement. Quantum dissipative systems.  10  Saverio Pascazio  saverio.pascazio@ba.infn.it  http://www.ba.infn.it/~pascazio/  
Camerino  University of Camerino  Physics Division, School of Science and Technology  Quantum Technologies and Optomechanics  Theoretical, Experimental  Quantum communication, quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  Quantum sensing with hybrid optomechanical devices, i.e., nanomechanical resonators coupled to quantum light and quantum microwaves., Quantum interfaces for signal conversion at the quantum level, Quantum communication and sensing with quantum light and microwaves  10  David Vitali, Giovanni Di Giuseppe  david.vitali@unicam.it  https://www.unicam.it/iquoems/  
Camerino  University of Camerino  School of Science and Technology  Quantum Mechanics & Information Theory (QM&IT)  Theoretical  Quantum Communication, Basic Science  Quantum channels capacities; Quantum control and error correction; Entanglement characterization; Information geometry; Quantum cryptography  5  Stefano Mancini  stefano.mancini@unicam.it  http://qmit.phys.unicam.it/  
Catania  University of Catania  Department of physics and astronomy "Ettore Majorana"  Condensed Matter and Quantum Technologies (CMQT)  Theoretical  quantum computation, quantum simulation, basic science  Quantum computation with superconductors. Strong and Ultrastrong coupling. Hybrid grapheneJosephson systems Open quantum systems: nonMarkovian dynamics and quantum sensing. Atomtronics  9  Giuseppe Falci  giuseppe.falci@unict.it  https://www.dfa.unict.it/en/cmqt  
Como  Univ. Insubria  Science and High Technology  Center for Nonlinear and Complex Systems  Theoretical  basic science   Quantum Thermodynamics (quantum heat engines, tradeoff between power, efficiency, and fluctuations, thermodynamic uncertainty relations, heat management at the nanoscale, thermal rectification)  Quantum information processing in the ultrastrong coupling regime (state transfer, entanglement generation, twoqubit gates)  3  Giuliano Benenti  giuliano.benenti@uninsubria.it  http://scienzecomo.uninsubria.it/benenti/  
Como  IFNCNR c/o University of Insubria  Department of Science and high Technology  Ultrafast Nonlinear Optics group  Experimental  quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  Nonlinear and Quantum Optics  Beam shaping and tailoring of the pump of Parametric down conversion processes for the generation of twin beams and the engineering of correlated and multipartite entangled states. Beam shaping and application to laser micromachining of diamond for quantum sensing and microfluidics.  3  Ottavia Jedrkiewicz  ottavia.jedrkiewicz@ifn.cnr.it  
Firenze  Istituto Nazionale di Ottica/LENS  Quantum Science and Technology in Arcetri  Theoretical  Quantum communication, quantum computation, quantum simulation, quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  Qstar offers a highly interdisciplinary scientific environment focused on quantum science and technology and in particular on the research opportunities in lowenergy quantum science that are being created by emerging new technologies in atomic, molecular and optical (amo) physics, precision metrology, and nanoscale science. (Connected to Quantum gases at LENS)  12  Augusto Smerzi  augusto.smerzi@ino.cnr.it  http://www.cqstar.eu/2019/index.html  
Firenze  LENS (Università di Firenze)/CNRINO  Quantum gases  Experimental  quantum simulation, quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  In our labs we use lasers and magnetic fields to produce the lowest temperatures of the Universe, just a few billionths of a degree above absolute zero. At these temperatures, atoms stop moving and we can control them for a variety of different fundamental studies and applications. We can force atoms to arrange according to a periodic structure and simulate the behavior of crystalline solids and new materials. We can use the atoms as ultrahigh accurate sensors to probe forces with the power of quantum mechanics. We can study how quantum particles combine together under the action of strong interactions and how superfluidity develops. We can use these ultracold atoms to process information and develop new quantum technologies. (Includes INRIM at LENS, connected to Qstar in Arcetri).  40  Massimo Inguscio  quantumgases@lens.unifi.it  http://quantumgases.lens.unifi.it/  
Lecce  Istituto di Nanotecnologia  CNR  Scienze fisiche e tecnologie della materia  Advanced Photonics Lab  Experimental  quantum simulation, basic science  We are interested in the quantum properties of excitonpolaritons, hybrid particles formed by the strong coupling of photon and exciton, for the realization of nonlinear quantum devices. We already demonstrated quantum behaviors at the macroscopic level, by reaching BoseEinstein condensation and superfluidity at room temperature, as well as the entanglement of a photonpolariton pair and single polariton interference. Now, we focus on many body quantum effects in fluids of light, topological properties in engineered materials and nonlinear logic gates for quantum circuits.  18  Daniele Sanvitto  daniele.sanvitto@nanotec.cnr.it  http://polaritonics.nanotec.cnr.it/  
Milan  National Research Council (CNR)  Institute for Photonics and Nanotechnologies  FAST Group  Experimental  Quantum Computation, Quantum Communication, Quantum Simulation, Basic science  Our research field is Integrated Quantum Photonics (IQP). IQP is an enabling technology for all quantum photonic topics, from communication to basic science. Through multiple collaborations worldwide we aim to address all of them. Our main technological platform is femtosecond laser writing of integrated photonic circuits. This versatile technology allows unique 3D layouts, rapid prototyping and multimaterial processing. Our activity is funded by several EU projects, including a dedicated ERC AdG.  8  Roberto Osellame  roberto.osellame@cnr.it  http://www.mi.ifn.cnr.it/research/fsmicromachining  
Milan  Politecnico di Milano  Mathematics  Quantum Probability  Theoretical  basic science  Quantum stochastic calculus  The group is working in quantum measurement theory and quantum information. In particular the group is developing the theory of quantum measurements in continuous time (quantum trajectories) with applications to photodetection theory, optomechanical systems, quantum control (measurement based feedback). The group is active also in quantum tomography and measurement uncertainty relations in entropic formulation. In general mathematical tools needed to model quantum open systems are studied and developed, such as quantum stochastic calculus, quantum Markov semigroups, noncommutative potential theory.  7  Alberto Barchielli  alberto.barchielli@polimi.it  https://www.mate.polimi.it/qp/ 
Milan  University of Milan  Department of Physics 'Aldo Pontremoli'  Applied quantum mechanics (it is theoretical and experimental group))  Theoretical  Quantum communication, quantum computation, quantum simulation, quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  Quantum Optics  Our research aims to enlarge knowledge and to solve problems in fundamental and applied science by using new tools based on quantum physics and quantum technologies and by buildingup core competences for the wider exploitation of quantum science and technologies in mainstream engineering. FIELDs OF RESEARCH: quantum sensing and metrology, open quantum systems, quantum communication, quantum and atom optics, quantum simulations, foundations of quantum mechanics, quantum information processing, quantum computation, cold atoms, nonlinear optics, extreme states of matter, exotic atoms.  15  Matteo Paris  matteo.paris@fisica.unimi.it  https://sites.unimi.it/aqm/ 
Milano  Politecnico di Milano  Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria  SPADlab  Experimental  Quantum communication, quantum sensing and methrology  Single photon detector  At SPADlab we design, develop, fabricate and characterize SinglePhoton Avalanche Diodes (SPADs), which are singlephoton detectors fabricated in silicon, InGaAs/InP and germanium. Our research goes from the single pixel to complex singlephoton imaging systems.  12  Alberto Tosi  alberto.tosi@polimi.it  https://www.deib.polimi.it/ita/laboratorideib/dettagli/61 
Naples  CNRSPIN  Optical Quantum Commnunication  Experimental  Quantum communication, basic science  Generation and characterization of multipartite quantum state. Quantum communication protocols Use of different degree of freedom for enconding and transmitting quantum information  Alberto Porzio  alberto.porzio@spin.cnr.it  
Napoli  Università di Napoli Federico II  Dipartimento di Fisica "E.Pancini"  Superconducting Quantum Technologies  Experimental  Quantum communication, quantum computation, basic science  Superconducting Electronic, superconducting qubits, transmons  The research activity of the superconductivity group in Napoli is mostly focused on superconducting electronics, on qubits and transmons, on the interface between quantum and classical components, on novel protocols of control and readout of qubits. The PhD program develops also in Firenze and Camerino and overall covers more topics: quantum computation, quantum networks and communication, quantum simulation, quantum sensors and metrology with some focus on quantum interfaces and couplers for integrated hybrid quantum devices.  12  Francesco Tafuri  francesco.tafuri@unina.it  http://www.qtlab.unina.it 
Padova  Padova University  Department of Physics and Astronomy  Quantum science  Theoretical  quantum computation, quantum simulation, basic science  Tensor network methods, quantum science and technologies, quantum optimal control  6  Simone Montangero  simone.montangero@unipd.it  http://quantum.dfa.unipd.it  
Palermo  Università di Palermo  Dipartimento di Fisica e Chimica  Open quantum systems, quantum optics, quantum thermodynamics, complex quantum systems  Theoretical  Quantum communication, quantum computation, quantum simulation, quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  open quantum systems, quantum optics, quantum thermodynamics, quantum machine learning, optomechanical and hybrid mesoscopic system, topological states.  8  Gioacchino Massimo Palma  massimo.palma@unipa.it  
Pavia  Università degli Studi di Pavia  Physics  Quantum nanostructures  Theoretical  quantum simulation, basic science  We study the physics of photonic and electronic nanostructures for applications in quantum simulations, quantum photonics, and quantum thermodynamics. We are also interested in the physics of open quantum systems and their applications to the generation of nonclassical states of radiation.  3  Dario Gerace  dario.gerace@unipv.it  
Pavia  Università degli studi di Pavia  Dipartimento di fisica  QUit  Theoretical  Quantum communication, quantum computation, quantum simulation, quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  Quantum Foundations  The Group QUit has worked in the field of Quantum information since the very beginning of the discipline, with main focus on designing new quantum measurements and transformations. QUIT pioneered the technique of quantum tomography of states, quantum error correction and transformations, started quantum metrology, introduced the new notion of "quantum comb" for optimizing quantum algorithms and quantum protocols, studied security of quantum cryptographic protocols, found numerous new types of optimal measurements and transformations. QUit has numerous collaborations around the world  14  Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano  dariano@unipv.it  https://www.qubit.it 
Pavia  University of Pavia  Physics  Nanomaterial for Quantum Technologies  Experimental  Quantum communication, quantum computation, basic science  We study experimentally the properties of quantum and topological nanostructures, implementing them in electrical and optical devices.  6  Vittorio Bellani  vittorio.bellani@unipv.it  http://fisica.unipv.it/bellani/main.html  
Pisa  Istituto NanoscienzeCNR, NEST Labs  SQEL  Theoretical, Experimental  quantum computation, basic science  Superconducting electronics  Our group focuses on the study of the properties of mesoscopic superconducting devices, ranging from fully metallic to hybrid superconductorsemiconductor systems. Using state of the art cryogenic techniques, we explore condensed matter physics at low temperatures, typically ranging from several Kelvin down to 10 milli Kelvin, both experimentally and theoretically.  17  Francesco Giazotto  francesco.giazotto@sns.it  http://web.nano.cnr.it/sqel/  
Pisa  Istituto Nazionale di Ottica (CNRINO)  Rydberg quantum simulators  Experimental  quantum simulation, basic science  We use cold Rydberg atoms to realize quantum simulators. Specifically, we are interested in transport and percolation of excitations in disordered networks of Rydberg atoms with competing coherent driving and dissipation. In the long run, such systems could be used as quantum coprocessors for studying the properties of molecules and for the exploration of emergent phenomena in large ensembles of interacting spin systems.  3  Oliver Morsch  morsch@df.unipi.it  https://fed.ino.it/?page_id=7698&a=52  
PIsa  Scuola Normale Superiore  Classe di Scienze  Quantum Information Theory Group  Theoretical  quantum computation, quantum simulation, basic science  Quantum Thermodynamics; Quantum Control; Entanglement Theory  We are interested in many different theoretical aspect of quantum information theory. Part of the research also exploit collaboration with the experimental group of the NEST lab at SNS.  12  Vittorio Giovannetti  vittorio.giovannetti@sns.it  https://www.sns.it/it/condensedmatterandquantuminformationtheorygroup 
Pisa  University of Pisa  Physics  Quantum fluids  Theoretical  quantum simulation, basic science  Developing and engineering quantum technologies, mainly (not exclusively) based on quantum gases platforms, with the purpose of conceiving analog quantum simulators and novel paradigms for precision measurements relevant to fundamental physics, and exploring leadingedge pathways to optimize or solve quantum problems that are otherwise nontractable by present computer machines.  2  Maria Luisa Chiofalo  maria.luisa.chiofalo@unipi.it  https://people.unipi.it/maria_luisa_chiofalo/  
Pisa  CNRNANO, NEST  Terahertz optics and photonics  Experimental  quantum simulation, quantum sensing and methrology, Basic Science  The THz photonics group of Prof. Vitiello, located at the NEST Laboratory (National Enterprise for nanoScience and nanoTechnology) Pisa, Italy, focuses on the design, development and applications of THz quantum cascade lasers; the development of THz quantum nanodetectors based on semiconductor nanowires, 2D materials and vdW heterosctructures; farinfrared metrology; graphenebased photonics; nearfield THz microscopy, quantum engineering of photonic devices, quantum technologies with 2D materials. The group targets new concepts and interdisciplinary approaches to unlock the scientific and technological potential of the terahertz spectrum of the electromagnetic radiation.  11  Miriam Serena Vitiello  miriam.vitiello@sns.it  http://thzphotonics.nano.cnr.it  
Pisa  Nanoscienze (CNR NANO)  Dipartimento Scienze Fisiche e Tecnologie della Materia  Quantum transport and topological states of matter  Theoretical, Experimental  Quantum Computation, Quantum Sensing and Metrology, Basic Science  The research line aims at the investigation of new topological states of matter and their possible exploitation for novel quantum technological applications, such as topological quantum computation. Both theoretical and experimental studies, based on quantum transport and scanning gate microscopy techniques, focus on integer/fractional quantum Hall systems, hybrid superconductor/semiconductor devices and new phases of matter including majorana bound states and parafermions.  4  Stefan Heun  stefan.heun@nano.cnr.it  http://web.nano.cnr.it/heun/research/  
Pisa  Istituto Nanoscienze (CNR NANO)  Dipartimento Scienze Fisiche e Tecnologie della Materia  Topological quantum matter  Theoretical  Quantum Computation, Basic Science  The research line aims at the theoretical investigation of new quantum phenomena, including topological states of matter, for their exploitation in quantum technologies. Several aspects, including non equilibrium physics, are studied with special emphasis on the role of interactions and decoherence. Tight collaborations with experimental groups allow a deeper understanding of quantum transport properties of topological quantum matter.  1  Matteo Carrega  matteo.carrega@cnr.it  https://sites.google.com/site/teocarrega/researchinterests  
Pisa  Istituto Nanoscienze (CNR NANO)  Quantum transport and thermoelectricity  Theoretical  Quantum Sensing and Metrology, Basic Science  Theory of quantum transport in hybrid nanostructures and graphene; Thermoelectric properties of nanostructures; Transport in topological materials (quantum Hall systems, topological superconductors and insulators); Spintronics; Timedependent transport; Graphene  4  Fabio Taddei  fabio.taddei@nano.cnr.it  
Pozzuoli  Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche  Istituto Nazionale di Ottica  Cold molecules  Experimental  quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  Absolute frequency metrology and precision spectroscopy of buffergascooled groundstate molecules.  3  Pasquale Maddaloni  pasquale.maddaloni@ino.cnr.it  
Pozzuoli (Napoli)  Institute of Applied Sciences and Intelligent Systems of CNR (ISASICNR)  Department of physical sciences and technologies of matter  SQUID group  Experimental  quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  The research line consists in the study, design, fabrication and characterization of superconducting quantum interferences devices and their applications to biomagnetim, nanomagnetism, magnetic microscopy, current sensing and ultra high sensitive magnetometry.  6  Carmine Granata  carmine.granata@cnr.it  http://www.isasi.cnr.it/?page_id=964  
Rende (CS)  Unviersità della Calabria  Fisica  Fisica Quantistica della Materia  Theoretical, Experimental  Basic science  Quantum thermodynamics   Decoherence and Open quantum systems;  Quantum Coherence and Correlations;  Quantum Thermodynamics;  Spin systems.  3  Francesco Plastina  francesco.plastina@fis.unical.it  https://www.unical.it/portale/strutture/dipartimenti_240/fisica/ricerca/quantistica/ 
Rome  Roma Tre  Science  NEw Quantum Optics group  Experimental  basic science  1. Multiparameter quantum 2. Information thermodynamics 3. Timefrequency quantum state characterisation  3  M. Barbieri  marco.barbieri@uniroma3.it  https://web.scienze.uniroma3.it/neqo/  
Salerno  Università degli Studi di Salerno  Department of Physics "E.R. Caianiello"  Quantum transport and quantum simulations  Theoretical  quantum simulation, basic science  The research is devoted to the study of quantum transport in nanostructures with topological properties and to the quantum simulation of synthetic matter (either cold atoms systems with short and long range interactions and spinbased models).  4  Roberta Citro  rocitro@unisa.it  https://www.df.unisa.it/ricerca/progettifinanziati  
Trento  University of Trento  Physics  Nanoscience Laboratory  Experimental  Quantum communication, quantum simulation, quantum sensing and methrology  Reasearch on QRNG, single particle entanglement for QKD, source of heralded single photons in integrated quantum photonics for quantum measurements, quantum simulator based on entangle photon states generated by FWM in silicon photonics, SPDC based on lateral pin junctions in silicon for MIR  10  Lorenzo Pavesi  lorenzo.pavesi@unitn.it  http://nanolab.physics.unitn.it/  
Trieste  SISSA  Physics  Statistical Physics  Theoretical  Quantum communication, quantum computation, quantum simulation, quantum sensing and methrology, basic science  Quantum systems; quantum quenches; quantum field theory; quantum mechanics and number theory; quantum computation; cold atom; quantum simulation  30  Prof. Giuseppe Mussardo  mussardo@sissa.it  https://www.statphys.sissa.it/wordpress/  
Bari  Università degli studi di Bari Aldo Moro  Dipartimento Interateneo di Fisica (Università di Bari e Politecnico di Bari); Dipartimento di Chimica  Condensed Matter Physics and Photonics  Theoretical, Experimental  Quantum Sensing and Metrology   Quantum interference effects in selfassembled molecular monolayers and their application to electrolytegated singlemolecule transistor sensors.  Singlemolecule metrology via room temperature collective effects in functionalized surfaces and interfaces;  Graphene based electrolytegated modulators for quantum cascade laser frequency combs.  12  Gaetano Scamarcio  gaetano.scamarcio@uniba.it  https://www.uniba.it/docenti/scamarciogaetano/curriculum/curriculum1  
Firenze  Istituto Nazionale di Ottica, CNRINO  Dipartimento di Scienze fisiche e tecnologie della materia, CNR  Quantum Science and Technology with Photons  Experimental  Quantum Communication, Quantum Computation, Quantum Simulation, Quantum Sensing and Metrology, Basic Science  The group deals with fundamental and applied quantum science with photons. Some of the main activities involve:  photonbyphoton engineering of nonclassical optical quantum states and operations;  quantum nanophotonics with emitters based on single molecules as nonclassical light sources, nonlinear elements and quantum sensors;  tailoring of the nonclassical multimode emission from quantum cascade lasers as a new paradigm for quantum simulation and computation;  development of practical QKD schemes for secure quantum communications in optical fiber networks  15  Marco Bellini  marco.bellini@ino.cnr.it  http://research.ino.it/Groups/extreme_light/ http://www.quantumnanophotonicslab.it/ https://www.qombsproject.eu/index.php/Home 

Trento  Fondazione Bruno Kessler  Centre for Materials and Microsystems  Functional Materials and Photonic Structures  Experimental  Quantum Simulation, Quantum Sensing and Metrology, Basic Science  Integrated photonics for Quantum Technologies: 1. Entangled photon sources and generation 2. Onchip single photon detection Defect centers in Diamond: 1. Quantum sensing with Diamond 2. Diamondbased single photon emitters  12  Georg Pucker  pucker@fbk.eu  http://cmm.fbk.eu 