2019 Experimental Techniques in Quantum Sensing and Information Workshop
from Thursday, 21 March 2019 (08:00) to Friday, 22 March 2019 (20:00)
  • Monday, 18 March 2019
  • Tuesday, 19 March 2019
  • Wednesday, 20 March 2019
  • Thursday, 21 March 2019
    08:45 Brad Sherrill - Introductory Comments
    09:00 John Bartholomew - Caltech - Quantum technologies using rare-eart ions in crystals
    09:45 Sean Liddick - MSU - Detectors for Nuclear Science
    10:30 Coffee Break
    11:00 David Hucul - Army Research - 133Ba+: high fidelity goldilocks quibits
    11:45 Matt Redshaw - CMU - Trapping for Mass Measurements in Nuclear Physics
    12:30 Lunch
    14:00 Noah Oblath - PNNL - Quantrum Sensing for the Project 8 Experiment
    14:45 Brent VanDevender - PNNL - Environmental Radiation and Coherence Times in Superconducting Quibits
    15:30 Michael Bishof - ANL - Detecting single krypton atoms to determine groundwater age
    16:15 Coffee Break
    16:45 Discussion
    17:45 NSCL Tour
    18:15 Dinner
  • Friday, 22 March 2019
    08:30 Coffee
    09:00 Johanness Pollanen - MSU - Hybrid quantum systems based on electrons on helium and superconducting qubits
    09:45 Chase Boulware - Niowave - High-quality factor three-dimensional superconducting resonators for quantum information science
    10:30 Break
    11:00 Siqi Li - SLAC - Electron ghost imaging
    11:45 Olivier Pfister - Virginia - Experimental quantum sensing and quantum computing wtih the quantum optical frequency comb
    12:30 Lunch
    13:30 FRIB Tour for Speakers
    14:30 Kei Minamisono - MSU - Laser spectroscopy on short-lived istopes
    15:15 Tim Chupp - University of Michigan - (quantum sensing in EDM experiments)
    16:00 Tyler Cocker - MSU - (high resolution ultrafast sensing)
    16:45 Discussion
    17:45 Free Time
    18:15 Dinner
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