9:30 - 17:00
Sensors are the interface between the real and the digital world and quantum effects enable the development of systems that go beyond the limits of classical metrology and achieve unique imaging performance. Join this working group meeting as we will discuss industry applications based on diamond quantum sensors and related trends and challenges in R&D and business with experts and pioneers from the whole supply chain, from suppliers to intergators to end-users. Gain deep market and company insights and benefit from valuable networking and business opportunities in a trust-based environment.
- Key notes & technical talks
- Industry & startup pitches
- Networking & lab visits
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Head of Group Quantum Electronics
Principal Research Scientist
Specially Appointed Professor
Tokio Institute of Technology
Chair of CEN-Program Manager Quantum Technology
Co-Founder & Managing Director
Robin D. Allert
Head of Business Sector Cryogenic Instruments
Gabriel Puebla Hellmann
Post-Doc in group Meso- und Mikromechanik
Director of Business Development
Johannes Verst, QBN
|Fraunhofer IAF overview
Peter Knittel, Fraunhofer IAF
|Quantumania – New sensing approaches based on quantum effects
Peter Knittel, Fraunhofer IAF
|Diamond Materials for Quantum Sensing
Matthew Markham, Element Six
|Diamond NV Quantum Sensor Research in MEXT Q-LEAP
Tadashi Sakai, Tokio Institute of Technology
|Magnetic imaging by widefield microscopy
Xavier Vidal, Fraunhofer IAF
|Lab visit & networking|
|Quantum sensing with diamond : National testbed and European testbed network Qu-Test
Gabriele Bulgarini, TNO
|NMR on the nanoscale – Tailored NV diamond for quantum sensing
Johannes Lang, Diatope
|Near-surface NV centers in diamond for quantum applications
Robin D. Allert, Quantum Diamonds
|Industry & Start-up pitches|
|Enabling technology for quantum sensing at cryogenic temperatures
Florian Otto, attocube systems
|Visualizing metabolism at the microscale using NV centers and quantum metabolic probes
Ilai Schwarz, NVision
|Making scanning NV magnetometry as easy as AFM
Gabriel Puebla Hellmann, QZabre
|Materials Characterization using Optically Pumped Magnetometers
Simon Philipp, Fraunhofer IWM
|Using quantum sensing for ultrasensitive biomarker detection. Overview and Updates.
Anatoly Konukhov, QDTI
QBN (Online) Meetings
The QBN (Online) Meetings are not ordinary (online) meetings, webinars or workshops. They are unique in terms of participants and topics and offer valuable market insights and networking opportunities.
The QBN Meetings offer a trustful environment for Open Innovation due to the limited number of participants. There is no livestream at our online meetings and each participant participates equally with video and audio.
The goal of the QBN Meetings is to identify and discuss relevant challenges and trends in R&D and business and to initiate collaborations. To this end, a special focus is placed on what each participant can do for the others and what the others can do for the individual. In the 1:1 meetings the participants can get to know each other personally and generate first ideas for joint projects. The workshops and roundtable discussions offer space for your visions and new inspiration.
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