Quantum Metrology, Sensing and Imaging

Former name: Quantum Technologies

QuantumDTU Summer School on Quantum Technology

Date: 
2019-08-11 - 2019-08-17
Registration deadline: 
2019-06-26 (All day)
Place: 
Kysthusene, Gilleleje, Denmark

Summer School on Quantum Technology 2019

 

Quantum Simulation: Gauge Fields, Holography, and Topology

Date: 
2019-07-10 - 2019-07-12
Registration deadline: 
2019-03-31 (All day)
Place: 
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Bilbao, Spain
International Workshop on Quantum Simulation: Gauge Fields, Holography, and Topology, 10-12 July 2019, in Bilbao, Spain

2nd International Symposium on “Single Photon based Quantum Technologies”

Date: 
2019-05-22 - 2019-05-24
Registration deadline: 
2019-04-22 (All day)
Place: 
Berlin, Germany

Aim and Purpose

About a century ago, the theory of quantum mechanics was born. By virtue of its extraordinary explanatory power this theory has not only dramatically changed to the way we see the world, but also led to a first quantum revolution that has brought us groundbreaking new technologies such as the transistor, solid-state lighting, lasers, and GPS.

QuantERA Call 2019 Pre-Announcement

Summary: 

In November 2018 the QuantERA Consortium will announce a 2nd Call for Proposals in the field of quantum technologies.

Thematic scope of proposals should include one or more of the following areas:

Workshop 2018: Quantum Engineering of Levitated Systems

Date: 
2018-09-17 - 2018-09-21
Registration deadline: 
2018-07-25 (All day)
Place: 
Centro de Ciencias de Benasque
Dear members of 'The QUROPE mailing list’,

QuantERA Projects' Launch Event in Bucharest, Romania

Date: 
2018-04-24 - 2018-04-25
Registration deadline: 
2018-02-28 (All day)
Place: 
Bucharest, Romania

 

The launch of the projects funded within the QuantERA Call 2017 will be officially celebrated at the Projects’ Launch Event in Bucharest, Romania.

The event will take place on:

Rydberg electrometry for optical lattice clocks

Date: 
2018-02-02
Author(s): 

W. Bowden, R. Hobson, P. Huillery, P. Gill, M. P. A. Jones, and I. R. Hill

Reference: 

Physical Review A 96, 023419 (2017)

URL: 

10.1103/PhysRevA.96.023419

Electrometry is performed using Rydberg states to evaluate the quadratic Stark shift of the 5s2 1S0-5s5p 3P0 clock transition in strontium. By measuring the Stark shift of the highly excited 5s75d 1D2 state using electromagnetically induced transparency, we characterize the electric field with sufficient precision to provide tight constraints on the systematic shift to the clock transition.

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