Invited speakers

Review Talks

Low Temperature Detector development and physics

Karl Berggren, Superconducting Nanowire Single-Photon Detectors

Andreas Fleischmann, Micro-Calorimeters: Concepts and Visions

Jiansong Gao, Twenty Years of Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors: A Technical Review

Stefano Pirro, Large calorimeters

Detector readout, signal processing, and related technologies

Joseph Fowler, Data analysis challenges with low-temperature microcalorimeters (a review)

Omid Noroozian, A Review of Superconducting Readout Electronics for Low-Temperature Detectors

Gianluigi Pessina, The Electronic Systems for cryogenic detectors in particle Physics

Low Temperature Detector applications

Philip Mauskopf, Readout systems for large arrays of superconducting resonators for astronomical imaging and spectroscopy

Federica Petricca, Low Temperature Dark Matter Detectors

Monica Sisti, The role of low temperature detectors in neutrino physics

Shinya Yamada, Coevolution of the technology on Transition-Edge-Sensor spectrometer and its application to fundamental science

Low Temperature Detector for quantum technologies and other frontiers

Kent Irwin, Coherent quantum measurement for low-temperature detectors

Lixing You, Superconducting nanowire single photon detectors for quantum information

Invited Talks

Low Temperature Detector development and physics

Mikko Möttönen, Ultrasensitive Microwave Bolometer

Loredana Parlato, Intrinsic dark counts in superconducting nanostrip single-photon detectors: the role of multiple fluctuation events in NbN and NbTiN

Detector readout, signal processing, and related technologies

Michel Piat, The QUBIC detection chain

Low Temperature Detector fabrication techniques and materials

Hélène le Sueur, Charged fluctuators as a limit to the microscopic and macroscopic coherence of superconductors

Giampaolo Pisano, Development of flat Silicon-based mesh-lens arrays for millimetre and submillimetre wave astronomy

Low Temperature Detector applications

Mark Bier, Mass-to-charge and Energy Distributions of Electrosprayed and Matrix-assisted Laser Desorbed Ions Measured by Nb- and Ta-Superconducting Tunnel Junction Cryodetection Mass Spectrometry

Julien Billard, Probing new physics with Coherent Elastic Neutrino-Nucleus Scattering and the future Ricochet experiment

Go Fujii, Development of X-ray emission spectroscopy analyzer with low voltage SEM and STJ array X-ray detector for nanometer-scale chemical state imaging

Daiji Fukuda, Single photon spectral imaging with optical transition edge sensors

Takekazu Ishida, High-spatial resolution neutron imaging by using current-biased kinetic inductance detector

Sebastian Kempf, MOCCA - An MMC based 4k-pixels molecule camera for studying electron-ion interactions at the cryogenic storage ring CSR

Sang-Jun Lee, Application of TES Microcalorimeters to Synchrotron-Based Forefront X-ray Science (A Tale of Two TESs)

Galen O’Neal, An x-ray TES spectrometer for the NIST electron beam ion trap

Alessandro Paiella, In-flight performance of the LEKIDs of the OLIMPO experiment

Low Temperature Detector for quantum technologies and other frontiers

Aaron Chou, Superconducting qubits for dark matter wave detection

Lukas Grünhaupt, Granular aluminum – a versatile material for superconducting detectors and quantum circuits

Francois Leonard, Novel Quantum and Bio-Inspired Designs for Photodetection

Adriana Lita, High-Efficiency Superconducting Single Photon Detectors for Quantum Information Processing

Technology transfer, outreach, and dissemination

Sam Rowe, Airport passenger security screening: automated detection of concealed threat items with kinetic inductance detector arrays in a passive sub-mm wave scanner.

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