01Oct09:0017:00QBN Meeting on Quantum Sensing
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The 1st QBN Meeting on Quantum Sensing will be an online event. It will not take place at Fraunhofer IAF due to the corona pandemic. This QBN Meeting is supported by Fraunhofer IAF.
Meeting language: English
Learn from key notes and technical lectures from leading experts in science and industry about how quantum sensing and in particular diamond quantum sensing enable innovations beyond classical limits and with unique performance. The application workshop, the roundtable discussion with all parcticipants and the valueable networking support you in the exchange with the other participants to advance your business or research with new impulses, contacts and cooperations.
The revolutionization of today’s sensor, measurement and imaging technologies with quantum theory will help to solve social challenges in our global and digital age as well as in our everyday life. Quantum effects such as entanglement and squeezing enable the development of systems that go beyond the limits of classical measurement and sensor technology or achieve unique imaging performance.
Focus Session ‘Diamond’: Quantum sensors based on qubits in diamond are able to measure the smallest magnetic fields with highest spatial resolution and highest sensitivity at room temperature. The optimization of complex electronic circuits, the visualization of individual bits in electronic storage media as well as the improvement of magnetic resonance imaging in cancer and precise neuroimaging for medical diagnostics are just a few examples of applications that demonstrate their high industrial potential.
Robert Bosch GmbH
Prof. Dr. Jörg Wrachtup
Dr. Jan Jeske
Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Jürgen Hennig
Dr. Friedemann Reinhard
Technische Universität München
Dr Andrew Horsley
Dr. Michael Förtsch
Felipe Favaro de Oliveira
Dr. Gabriel Puebla-Hellmann
Images: Dr. Reinhard: Andreas Heddergott; Prof. Wrachtrup: David Ausserhofer
|Welcoming words and Presentation of QBN
Johannes Verst, Quantum Business Network UG
|Presentation of Fraunhofer IAF
Prof. Dr. Oliver Ambacher, Fraunhofer IAF
|Quantum Sensors – From Concepts to Market
Robert Rölver, Robert Bosch GmbH
|Quantum Sensors with on-board Quantum Computers
Prof. Dr. Jörg Wrachtrup, Universität Stuttgart
|Workshop, Discussion and Networking|
|Focus Session: Diamond Quantum Sensing|
|NV-Magnetometry for Medical Technology, Neurology, Micro-/Nano Electronics and Material Science
Jan Jeske, Fraunhofer IAF
|Opportunties and Challenges for Quantum Sensing in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Jürgen Hennig, Universitätsklinikum Freiburg
|Electronic integration of quantum sensors
Dr. Friedemann Reinhard, Technische Universität München
|Industry & Start-up Pitches|
|Quantum to the network edge: NVs for mobile, distributed and parallel quantum computing
Dr Andrew Horsley, Quantum Brilliance
|Industrial Quantum Technology
Dr. Michael Förtsch, Q.ANT GmbH
|Sensing and making sense of the very small
Felipe Favaro de Oliveira, Qnami AG
|New data made visible with scanning NV
Dr. Gabriel Puebla-Hellmann, QZabre LLC
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