7-8 September, 2022
EPIC Industrial Quantum Photonics Technology Summit at the University of Glasgow
Glasgow, United Kingdom

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The EPIC Industrial Quantum Photonics Technology Summit brings together the European quantum industry ecosystem to commercialize upcoming products from the current R&D initiatives. The event gathers experts and leaders from industrial companies worldwide to discuss the second quantum revolution, its applications, and challenges. We will discuss the four primary application areas in which a paradigm shift is expected: quantum communication, quantum imaging, quantum computing and simulation, and quantum sensing and metrology. The target is to engage the audience to explore synergies and business opportunities in a networking-oriented event, with many opportunities to meet the other participants.

Event booklet including participants biographies, photos and companies descriptions are available HERE.

Take a look at the photo album HERE.



18:30 Bus transfer from Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre Hotel (Finnieston Quay, Glasgow, G3 8HN)
18:40 Bus transfer from voco Grand Central Hotel (99 Gordon Street, Glasgow, G1 3SF)
to the Welcoming Reception

18:40 Meet at Grosvenor Hotel lobby to walk to the Welcoming Reception

19:00 – 22:30 Welcoming Reception & Technical Tour @ Advanced Research Centre (ARC) at the University of Glasgow (Advanced Research Center, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G128QQ)

Welcoming words:

  • Evelyn Toma, Director of Strategy for James Watt Nano-Fabrication Centre (JWNC) at the University of Glasgow (UNITED KINGDOM)
  • Carlos Lee, Director General at EPIC – European Photonics Industry Consortium

22:30 Bus transfer from Advanced Research Centre (ARC) to voco Grand Central Hotel and Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre Hotel
22:30 Walk to Grosvenor Hotel


07:30 Bus transfer from Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre Hotel (Finnieston Quay, Glasgow, G3 8HN)
07:45 Bus transfer from voco Grand Central Hotel (99 Gordon Street, Glasgow, G1 3SF)
to the Conference venue

07:40 Meet at Grosvenor Hotel lobby to walk to the Conference venue

08:00 – 08:45 Registration & Welcome Coffee @ Advanced Research Centre (ARC) at the University of Glasgow (Advanced Research Center, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G128QQ)
08:45 – 08:50 Welcoming words by EPIC
08:50 – 09:00 Welcoming words by Sara Diegoli, Associate Director at the Centre of Quantum Technology and Director at QuantIC (UNITED KINGDOM)

SESSION 1: The Quantum Industrial Revolution

09:00 – 09:30 KEYNOTE: An Overview of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme – Roger McKinlay, Challenge Director Quantum Technologies, Innovate UK (UNITED KINGDOM)
09:30 – 09:45 Bringing Quantum to Industry: Some Illustrative Cases – Esperanza Cuenca, Head of Strategy and Outreach, Multiverse Computing (SPAIN)
09:45 – 10:00 Commercialization of Quantum Applications – Loyd McKnight, Head of Quantum Technologies, Fraunhofer UK Research (UNITED KINGDOM)
10:00 – 10:30 KEYNOTE: Opportunities and Challenges for Applying Quantum Photonic Technologies in Defence – Henry White, Lead Technologist, BAE Systems (UNITED KINGDOM)

10:30 – 11:15 Networking coffee break

SESSION 2: Quantum Communication and QKD

11:15 – 11:45 KEYNOTE: BT’s Commercial Quantum Services Metro Network in London – Andrew Lord, Senior Manager of Optical Research at BT (UNITED KINGDOM)
11:45 – 12:00 Technology and Trials for Quantum Communications Andrew Shields, Head of Quantum Technology Division at Toshiba Europe (UNITED KINGDOM)
12:00 – 12:15 Bringing QKD from Practical Testbed to the Telecommunications World – Tommaso Occhipinti, Co-Founder & CEO at QTI (ITALY)
12:15 – 12:30 Dynamic Quantum Network From Security to Distributed Quantum Computing – Reza Nejabati, Head of High Performance Networks Group at University of Bristol (UNITED KINGDOM)
12:30 – 12:45 Quantum Entanglement Communications from Ground to Space – Zohaib Kahn, European Manager at AUREA Technology (France)

12:45 – 14:00 Networking lunch

SESSION 3: Quantum Computing and Enabling Technologies

14:00 – 14:30 KEYNOTE: Path to a Utility Scale Quantum ComputerMark Thompson, Chief Technologist at PsiQuantum (USA)
14:30 – 14:45 Single-photon based Quantum Computing: a Compact NISQ Platform Within Reach – Valérian Giesz, Co-founder and CEO, Quandela (FRANCE)
14:45 – 15:00 The challenges of packaging components & PICs for quantum 2.0Andrew Robertson, CTO, BayPhotonics (UNITED KINGDOM)
15:00 – 15:15 Integrated Photonics for Quantum Computing – What Can a Research Foundry Do – Rijil Thomas, Scientist at AMO (GERMANY)
15:15 – 15:30 Automated Assembly of Quantum Photonic Systems by Active and Passive Alignment for Ultimate Precision – Tobias Bonhoff,  Assembly Engineer at Aixemtec (GERMANY)
15:30 – 15:45 Achieving the Fiber Laser Stability at Atom Trap Wavelengths – Asger Sellerup Jensen, Market Development Manager, NKT Photonics (DENMARK)

15:45 – 16:30 Networking coffee break

SESSION 4: Quantum Clocks

16:30 – 17:00 KEYNOTE: The Future of Quantum ClocksMohsin Haji, Principal Research Scientist at National Physical Laboratory (UNITED KINGDOM)
17:00- 17:15 VCSEL Considerations for Atomic Clocks – Denise Powell, Programme Manager Quantum Technologies at Compound Semiconductor Centre (UNITED KINGDOM)
17:15 – 17:30 Complete, Ultra-Stable Laser System for Sr Optical Lattice ClocksGabrielle Thomas, Business Development Manager at Menlo Systems (GERMANY)
17:30 – 17:45 Narrow Linewidth Lasers for Quantum Applications – Una Marvet, Head of Design Centre at ALTER TECHNOLOGY TÜV NORD UK  (UNITED KINGDOM)

18:00 – 18:15 Walk from the University of Glasgow to the Dinner venue

18:15 – 22:15 Dinner @ Òran Mór restaurant (Top of Byres Road, Glasgow, G12 8QX)

22:15 Bus transfer from Òran Mór restaurant to voco Grand Central Hotel and Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre Hotel
22:30 Walk to Grosvenor Hotel


08:15 Bus transfer from Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre Hotel (Finnieston Quay, Glasgow, G3 8HN)
08:30 Bus transfer from voco Grand Central Hotel (99 Gordon Street, Glasgow, G1 3SF)
to the Conference venue

08:30 Meet at Grosvenor Hotel lobby to walk to the Conference venue

08:45 – 09:25 Welcome Coffee @ Advanced Research Centre (ARC) at the University of Glasgow (Advanced Research Center, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G128QQ)
09:25 – 09:30 Recap by EPIC

SESSION 5: Quantum Sensing and Imaging (part 1)

09:30 – 10:00 KEYNOTE: Quantum Sensing @ Bosch Start-up – The Journey to a New WorldKatrin Kobe, CEO Quantum Sensors – BOSCH (GERMANY)
10:00 – 10:15 Industrial Quantum Gravity Sensors Vincent Menoret, Quantum Sensors R&D Program Manager at iXblue Photonics (FRANCE)
10:15 – 10:30 Quantum Sensing for Gravity Cartography – Ben Stray, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University of Birmingham (UNITED KINGDOM)

10:30 – 11:15 Networking coffee break

SESSION 5: Quantum Sensing and Imaging (part 2)

11:15 – 11:45 KEYNOTE: QuantIC – Developing Quantum Imaging Technologies – Miles Padgett, Kelvin Chair of Natural Philosophy, University of Glasgow (UNITED KINGDOM)
11:45 – 12:00 3D Wafer-Stacking for CMOS Single Photon Counting – Bruce Rae, Device, Process & Optical Simulation Manager at ST Microelectronics (UNITED KINGDOM)
12:00 – 12:15 Navigating the World with Quantum Magnetometers – Devang Naik, Researcher at GLOPhotonics (FRANCE)

12:15 – 13:15 Networking lunch
13:30 – 15:00 General tour around the University of Glasgow 
15:15 End and bus transfers to Glasgow airport / Central train station

Accommodation & Transportation

All participants are recommended to stay at the Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel (1-9 Grosvenor Terrace, Glasgow, G12 0TA), located within a walking distance to the University of Glasgow. Alternatively you can look for any accommodation located within a walking distance of this hotel or the University of Glasgow.

We will also organize bus transfers from / to voco Grand Central – Glasgow, an IHG Hotel (99 Gordon Street, Glasgow, G1 3SF) & from to / Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre Hotel (Finnieston Quay, Glasgow, G3 8HN to / from University of Glasgow and Dinner venue.

Optional bus transfer will be organized after the event from the University to Glasgow to the Glasgow Airport or to the Central Station. Registration needed.

Contacts onsite

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Miles Padgett (Royal Society Research Professor) is a Royal Society Research Professor and also holds the Kelvin Chair of Natural Philosophy at the University of Glasgow. His research team covers all things optical, from the basic ways in which light behaves as it pushes and twists the world around us, to the application of new optical techniques in imaging and sensing. They are currently using the classical and quantum properties of light to explore: the laws of quantum physics in accelerating frames, microscopes that see through noise, shaped light that overcomes diffraction-limited resolution and endoscopes the width of a human hair. He is a Fellow both of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Royal Society (the UK's national academy), in addition to various subject specific societies. He has won various national and international prizes (see below) including, in 2019, the Rumford Medal of the Royal Society and in 2021 the Quantum Electronics and Optics Prize of the European Physical Society. Since 2019 he has been identified by Web of Science as a globally highly-cited researcher. Miles is currently the Principal Investigator of QuantIC, the UK's Centre of excellence for research, development and innovation in quantum enhanced imaging, bringing together eight Universities with more than 40 industry partners.

Miles Padgett
Kelvin Chair of Natural Philosophy at University of Glasgow

Valérian Giesz (Co-Founder & CEO) graduated from Institut d’Optique Graduate School in 2012 and received a PhD in Quantum Optics in 2015. During his PhD, Valérian participated to the last technical developments of the single photon sources that are the flagship of Quandela. Prior to the creation of Quandela, he followed entrepreneurship classes at HEC Paris in 2017.

Co-founder and CEO at Quandela

Tobias Bonhoff (Senior Assembly Engineer Laser & Optical Systems) studied Physics at RWTH Aachen University and received his master’s degree in 2014. Afterwards, he worked as research assistant at the Chair for Technology of Optical Systems TOS. He did research in the field of multi-physical simulations of thermal effects in laser optics and obtained his PhD from RWTH Aachen University in 2019. From 2019 till 2022, Tobias worked at Laserline GmbH in the R&D department, where he designed optical systems for high-power diode-lasers and application-specific optics. Since April 2022, Tobias works as Assembly Engineer at Aixemtec in Herzogenrath near Aachen. His tasks are high-precision assembly of compact laser systems and optical systems, among others for quantum applications.

Assembly Engineer at Aixemtec

Asger Jensen (Market Development Manager) has his PhD from DTU Fotonik in nonlinear optics in integrated photonics, where he developed photonic devices for linear and nonlinear optical signal processing. He joined NKT photonics in 2016, working with sales and strategic marketing. Today Asger is the market development manager and Head of Quantum at NKT Photonics. In addition to his role at NKT Photonics, Asger is the chairman of the Danish Optical Society since 2018.

Market Development Manager at NKT Photonics

Roger McKinlay (Challenge Director: Quantum Technologies) since 2018 has been leading the Quantum Technologies Challenge in UK Research and Innovation. The QT Challenge funds industry-led collaborative projects and has funded over 90 projects with more than £150M over the past four years.
Roger is also the Deputy Chair of the Programme Board for the National Quantum Technologies Programme. Roger is a Chartered Engineer and a past president of the Royal Institute of Navigation. He joined UKRI following a career in the defence and aerospace industries.

Challenge Director Quantum Technologies at Innovate UK

Andrew Lord (Senior Manager of Optical Research) is a Senior Manager of Optical Research at BT. Andrew received the B.A. Hons. degree in physics from Oxford University, in 1985. After graduating, he joined BT, where he currently heads optical research including quantum communications. He has published over 100 research papers. He is a Visiting Professor at Essex University and Associate Editor of the Journal of Lightwave Technology.

Senior Manager of Optical Research at BT

Esperanza Cuenca-Gómez (Head of Strategy and Outreach) is Head of Strategy and Outreach at Multiverse Computing. She is a digital transformation enthusiast with more than 10 years of experience in consumer finance and banking, and more than 5 years in strategy and operations consulting. Quantum mechanics has always fascinated Esperanza, so she decided to study and research in quantum computing and communications. As an engineer, Esperanza sees applied science and engineering as ways to build new technologies, solve problems, and contribute to society. Esperanza also serves as Head of Change Navigation at the Quantum Strategy Institute.

Head of Strategy and Outreach at Multiverse Computing

Loyd McKnight (Head of Business Unit, Quantum Technology) is Head of the Quantum Technologies Business Unit at Fraunhofer Centre for Applied Photonics in Glasgow. He started his career as the Researcher at Fraunhofer Centre for Applied Photonics in 2013, and continued working as Senior Researcher (2017-2019), Theme Leader for Quantum Technologies (2020) before moving to Head of Business Unit position in 2021. Loyd has a broad range of technical expertise including frequency-stabilised lasers, photon sources, integrated optics and quantum systems for sensing and information processing. He leads a number of large national and international research programmes in quantum technologies.

Head of Quantum Technologies at Fraunhofer UK Research

Dr. Katrin Kobe is the CEO of Bosch‘s Quantum Sensing start-up and holds a PhD in physics. She has nearly 30 years of experience with technology companies. Dr. Katrin Kobe worked as a top management consultant at McKinsey and more than 20 years in operational top management positions. She has international experience and was responsible for subsidiaries in Eastern Europe and China. Her industry experience includes plant and mechanical engineering, automotive, sensor technology, medical technology and energy. She is a specialist for product strategies, business model innovations and high-value technology products.

CEO Quantum Sensors at Bosch

Henry White (Lead Technologist: Sensing) joined the central research centre of British Aerospace in 1983 and has been working in the field of photonics and sensing since then. Current position is as the Lead Technologist: Sensing within the Air Sector of BAE Systems. This role covers a wide range of technologies with emphasis on photonic and RF technologies for harsh environments. Particular areas covered include: EO sensor technologies, novel imaging systems, high power lasers, novel RF antenna developments, fibre optic digital communications, optical wireless communications and quantum sensing systems. This work requires close interaction with university research groups and component suppliers.

Lead Technologist at BAE Systems

Sara Diegoli (Director, QuantIC – The UK Quantum Technology Hub in Imaging, Associate Director for Strategy – Centre for Quantum Technology, University of Glasgow) is the Director QuantIC, the UK’s Centre of excellence for research, development and innovation in quantum enhanced imaging. Established in 2014, the QuantIC brings together the Universities of Glasgow, Bristol, Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt, Imperial College London, Southampton and Strathclyde with more than 40 industry partners. QuantIC is one of four Quantum Technology Hubs established by the UK government in 2014 to accelerate translation of quantum science into industrial innovation. In addition to QuantIC, Sara has been working on a broader range of strategic research and innovation initiatives for the University of Glasgow, leading several high-profile projects including the establishment of the Centre for Quantum Technology at the University of Glasgow. Sara has a background in science and engineering and has worked for over 10 years at the interface between university and industry.

Director at QuantIC

Andrew Robertson (Chief Technical Officer) has a PhD in Laser Physics & Nonlinear Optics and a BSc in Laser Physics & Optoelectronics, both from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Andrew has over 25 years of experience in successful commercial technology development & exploitation within photonics. In 2002, he was one of the founders of SIFAM Fibre Optics which was acquired by Gooch & Housego (G&H) in 2007 after 5 years of growth. Andrew held key senior engineering management roles within G&H and was a member of the Senior Management Team, becoming Senior Vice President and latterly focussing on Strategic Mergers and Acquisitions. Since 2020, Andrew has been with Bay Photonics and as CTO, has led the development of photonics based semiconductor packaging critical for enabling photonic driven Quantum Technology. Bay Photonics are currently supplying packaged SPADs and packaged quantum photonic integrated circuits (Q-PICs) for quantum computing, secure quantum communications, and quantum LIDAR imaging systems.

Vincent Ménoret (Head of Quantum Inertial Sensors R&D) received his PhD from Université Paris-Sud in 2012 for his work on cold atom interferometry in parabolic flight campaigns. He then joined Muquans (now part of iXblue) shortly after the company was created and worked on the development of the Absolute Quantum Gravimeter, from the first generation prototype to recent versions dedicated to measurements in field conditions. He also worked on high precision frequency transfer over optical fiber and on several developments of components and subsystems for photonics and quantum technologies. He then led quantum gravimetry and high precision frequency transfer activities at iXblue, and is now program manager for R&D activities related to quantum sensors.

Quantum Sensors R&D Program Manager at iXblue Photonics

Tommaso Occhipinti (CEO) is CEO of QTI, the Quantum Telecommunication company in Italy. He started his career (2002) in the academic research field of quantum astronomy and quantum communications (PhD in Telecommunication Engineering, Padova University). In the following years, he started his business career founding innovative start-ups and, in 2020, he was among QTI co-founders. As QTI CEO, he is also taking care of the Italian and international development of the market collaborating with the business developers of TIM, Telsy and Sparkle companies. He participates to national and international congresses, conferences and institutional events in order to spread the use of QKD in all the strategic market segments and institutions.

Co-Founder and CEO at QTI

Reza Nejabati (Professor) is currently a chair professor of intelligent networks and head of the High-Performance Network Group in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the University of Bristol. He is also a visiting professor and Cisco chair in the Cisco centre for Intent Based Networking in the Curtin University, Australia. He has established successful research activities in “Autonomous and Intent Based Networks,” as well as “Quantum Networks.” His research received the prestigious IEEE Charles Kao Award in 2016 and has done important contributions in 5G, Smart City, Quantum Communication, and Future Internet Experimentation. Building on his research, he co-founded a successful start-up company (Zeetta Networks).

Head of High Performance Networks Group at University of Bristol

Andrew Shields (Head of Quantum Technology Division) leads R&D and business development in Toshiba Europe on quantum technologies. He has published over 500 research papers and patents in the field of quantum devices and systems. He was a co-founder of the Industry Specification Group for QKD of ETSI, and served as Chair for several years. He serves on the management team of the EU OpenQKD project and leads the AQuaSeC project developing next generation quantum communication technology.

Head of Quantum Technology Division at Toshiba Europe

Bruce Rae (Device, Process & Optical Simulation Manager) is a Senior Member of Technical Staff at STMicroelectronics, Imaging Division, Edinburgh UK and he is manager of the Device, Process and Optical Simulation Group. In this role, he works closely with the silicon, process, module and system R&D teams to support the development of ST’s pixel and technology roadmap and specification, while supporting development of advanced simulation techniques. He also works with external collaborators on advanced R&D projects. He has extensive experience in the development of image and depth sensors and single photon counting systems. Bruce received the MEng and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from The University of Edinburgh, UK, in 2005 and 2009 respectively. He is a member of the Technical Program Committee and European Regional Chair for IEEE ISSCC 2023.

Device, Process & Optical Simulation Manager at ST Microelectronics

Mark Thompson (Chief Technologist) serves as Chief Technologist at PsiQuantum. He has over twenty years of experience in photonic and quantum technologies. He holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Cambridge and he founded and served as director of and was Director of the Bristol Quantum Engineering Centre for Doctoral Training (QECDT), the Bristol Quantum Technology Enterprise Center (QuTEC), and QETlabs.

Chief Technologist at PsiQuantum

Gabrielle Thomas (Business Development Manager) is a Business Development Manager for Menlo Systems. She has a PhD in Laser Physics, a MSc in Optics and Photonics, and a BSc in Physics, all from Imperial College London. Since the award of her PhD in 2012, she has worked in both academia and industry, in fields spanning quantum technology, remote sensing, and biophotonics. She joined Menlo Systems in February 2022, and helps to support the company’s mission to deliver state-of-the-art photonics instrumentation to customers and partners globally.

Business Development Manager at Menlo Systems

Ben Stray is a Research Fellow in atom interferometry.

Ben’s PhD research into portable cold atom gravity gradiometry enabled the team to perform the first measurement of an application relevant feature using a quantum sensor.

His current research is part of the AION project, developing techniques in large momentum transfer, to enable atom interferometry to be used as a future gravitational wave detector.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University of Birmingham

Rijil Thomas (Scientist) is currently a researcher in Nanophotonics group in AMO GmbH, Aachen, Germany. He obtained his bachelor’s in Electronics & Communication Engineering from National Institute of Technology Calicut (NITC), India and received his Ph.D in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. After receiving his PhD in 2018, he spent 3 years in industry and worked for Globalfoundries Inc., Singapore developing processes for integrated photonic devices until he joined AMO in 2021. His research interest includes simulation and design of nanophotonic components with a focus on developing platforms for integrated silicon and silicon nitride devices targeted for neuromorphic computing, on-chip light sources, quantum computing, etc.

Scientist at AMO

Una Marvet (Head of Design Centre) is the Head of Design Centre at Alter Technology UK. She has a PhD in ultrafast spectroscopy and a successful track record in commercialising products for technology markets, with 14 years’ experience in Telecommunications as an application engineer and product line manager and 6 years’ experience in Aerospace and Defence as a product manager and programme manager.


Denise Powell (Programme Manager) is the Programme Manager for Quantum Technologies at the Compound Semiconductor Centre (CSC) and runs multiple industry-academia quantum technology collaborative projects under the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme, including the open-access UK Foundry for Quantum Photonic Components (QFoundry) project, to upscale the manufacturability of quantum photonic devices. Prior to joining CSC in 2017, Denise held roles across open innovation, process integration, process engineering and product development at IQE, NXP and International Rectifier.

Programme Manager Quantum Technologies at Compound Semiconductor Centre

Dr Naik has a rich and diverse background spanning entangled photon quantum cryptography, ultra-cold atoms, quantum degenerate matter, cavity QED and quantum sensing. He started his research career in the field of quantum cryptography using entangled photon pairs, resulting in the first demonstration of the BB92 protocol (Los Alamos National Lab). Later he completed his PhD in the field of degenerate quantum matter, working on quantum vortices using bose-einstein condensates (at the Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) and strongly interacting many-body systems using degenerate fermionic mixtures (University of Innsbruck). He developed novel cooling techniques which have allowed the creation of portable BEC interferometers in Zero-G aerial experiments (University of Bordeaux, France and the University of Florence, Italy) and has worked intensively with BECs in cavity QED experiments (University of Bordeaux). The capabilities of quantum resources for enhanced sensing of not only our world but ourselves has led him to become the head of quantum technologies at GLOPhotonics developing the next generation of portable, all-fibered quantum sensors for bio-medical applications.

Quantum Tech Expert at GLOphotonics
European Manager at AUREA Technology

Mohsin Haji is a principal research scientist in the Time and Frequency department. He obtained a BEng honours degree from City University London in 2007 and a PhD from the University of Glasgow in 2012. He then worked as a production and test engineer at a semiconductor laser diode manufacturing company before joining NPL in 2014. He has authored and co-authored over 60 peer-reviewed publications and reviews articles for several IEEE and OSA journal publications.

Mohsin leads NPL’s activities on developing compact atomic clocks and his team are currently working on the production of state-of-the-art miniature atomic clock systems along with several industrial partners in the UK. He has extensive experience in establishing new supply chains of critical components for quantum technologies and systems. His fields of interest include compact atomic clock systems, semiconductor laser diodes and servo systems (e.g. for gas/molecular detection), optoelectronic oscillators, RF systems design, and transceiver systems for telecoms/datacoms.

Mohsin Haji
Principal Research Scientist at National Physical Laboratory (NPL)
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