Optical Interaction Science

Quantum Optical Science and Technology

This group promotes the acquisition of knowledge about the quantum properties of the electromagnetic field and atom-photon interactions. Experiment, theory and technology relevant for atom trapping, Bose condensation, quantum measurements and quantum information are within the purview of the group.

     

Quantum Optical Science and Technology (OQ)

Interested audience.This group promotes the acquisition of knowledge about the quantum properties of the electromagnetic field and atom-photon interactions. Experiment, theory and technology relevant for atom trapping, Bose condensation, quantum measurements and quantum information are within the purview of quantum optical science.

 

 

If you are a member of the Quantum Optical Science and Technology Technical Group and have ideas for activities and initiatives to help engage this community, please share them with the chair, Graciana Puentes.

Connect with your fellow members of the Quantum Optical Science and Technology Technical Group by joining our community on LinkedIn!

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NameAffiliationTitle
Graciana Puentes Universidad de Buenos AiresChair
Lee C Bassett University of PennsylvaniaVice Chair
Sara L Mouradian Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEvents Officer
Mohammad Soltani Raytheon BBN TechnologiesIndustry Liaison
Xuejian Wu Rutgers UniversitySocial Media Officer

On-Demand Quantum Optical Science and Technology Webinars

You can watch any of the following webinar presentations, which were hosted by the Quantum Optical Science and Technology Technical Group, on demand.

At Frontiers in Optics 2020, the Quantum Optical Science and Technology Group hosted a special 20x20 Talks event. The event featured members of the group showcasing their research in a presentation of 20 images, talking along to the images as each slide advances automatically after just 20 seconds. You can watch the full event from FiO below.


Thank you to our presenters: Trevor Steiner, University of California Santa Barbara; Holger Hofmann, Hiroshima University; Tian Li, Texas A&M University; Nicholas Proscia, City College of New York; Xu Liu, Tsinghua University; Alejandro Padrón-Godínez, Instituto de Ciencias Aplicadas y Tecnología; and Xuejian Wu, University of California Berkeley.