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Optica Sensing Congress

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Submission Deadline: 25 Jun 2024 12:00
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Quantum Sensing and Metrology (QSM)

The use of a quantum system to sense a physical quantity using quantized energy levels, quantum coherence and/or quantum entanglement to improve measurements beyond what can be done with a purely classical sensor.

 This includes measuring time using atomic clocks.  In some cases these measurements exploiting entanglement or squeezing achieve measurements beyond the Heisenberg limit.

Quantum sensing and metrology utilize the quantum properties of matter (such as quantized transitions in neutral atoms, ions, and spin qubits) or quantum phenomena (including entanglement between different qubits or degrees of freedom) to measure physical quantities with unparalleled sensitivity, precision and accuracy.

This meeting aims to cover quantum sensing technologies with real-world applications as well as the development of devices and techniques that will advance sensing performance. 

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Chairs

Philippe Bouyer

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands,
Chair

Jennifer Choy

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States,
Chair

Michael Semmlinger

Hamamatsu Corporation, United States,
Program Chair

Jean-Philippe Tetienne

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia,
Program Chair

Quntao Zhuang

University of Southern California, United States,
Program Chair

Committee Members

  • Philippe Bouyer, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands, Chair
  • Jennifer Choy, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States, Chair
  • Michael Semmlinger, Hamamatsu Corporation, United States, Program Chair
  • Jean-Philippe Tetienne, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia, Program Chair
  • Quntao Zhuang, University of Southern California, United States, Program Chair
  • Gombojav Ariunbold, Mississippi State University, United States
  • Mehran Kianinia, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
  • Zheshen Zhang, University of Michigan, United States
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