Online seminar: A Quantum Technology Challenge: Magnetometry with Atoms, Optical Clocks, and industrial packaging approaches
Optical magnetometry and its applications Dr. Szymon Pustelny (Jagiellonian University in Cracow)
Optical clocks for industry and science Dr. Sławomir Bilicki (Nicolai Copernicus University in Toruń)
Quantum Photonic Packaging using thin-glass integrated optical waveguide platform and low-loss fiber interconnects Dr. Wojciech (Wojtek) Lewoczko-Adamczyk (Fraunhofer IZM)
Building on many years of experience with glass fibers and thin display glass in opto-electronic systems, Fraunhofer IZM is actively pursuing utilization of industrial-grade, in-house technologies in packaging of quantum-photonic devices. The talk will focus on perspective of using optical waveguides buried in thin glasses as a future building block of chip-scale quantum optical sensors. Furthermore, we envision scalable manufacturing of passive micro-UHV chambers for cooling, trapping, and manipulation of ultra-cold neutral atoms and ions.
Optical clocks are the most precise device ever developed. Accurate and precise measurement of time is crucial for many applications such as optical communication, geodesy, navigation or study of fundamental physics. The wide array of applications make optical clocks attractive for industry. In this talk I present current status of optical clocks which are developed at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and perspectives for the near future.
Dr. Pustelny will give an overview of current work on magnetometry with atoms.
Seminar language: English.
Seminar tool: Cisco Webex platform.
Please register following the link on the right hand side until June, 2. We will keep you informed and send you the invitation link via Cisco Webex.