The macQsimal project will mark its achievements with a Quantum sensing with hot vapors symposium held as part of the last consortium meeting. Project partners from the University of Neuchâtel will host the meeting, welcoming the project partners in Switzerland.
On the 21st of June, the Quantum sensing with hot vapors symposium will welcome all interested in Quantum Science to join the event online, after registration. Open to the public, the symposium will be an excellent opportunity to share research results and discuss the future of Quantum sensing.
The talks will cover a wide spectrum of topics related to quantum sensing technologies, including atomic vapor cells and five key applications addressed by the macQsimal project:
- Optically pumped magnetometers
- Atomic clocks
- Atomic gyroscopes
- GHz/THz sensing and imaging
- Rydberg based gas sensor
Don’t’ wait, save the date 21st June and join macQsimal experts in the exciting discussions on Quantum sensing. A full program and registration for the event will follow soon. Stay tuned!