9:30 - 11:30 Uhr
Dr Matthew Markham
Principal Research Scientist
Dr Mathieu Munsch
CEO and Co-Founder
Dr Robert Rölver
Senior Project Manager
Johannes Verst, CEO, Quantum Business Network
|Diamond Quantum Technologies
Dr Matthew Markham, Principal Research Scientist, Element Six
Negatively-charged nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in diamond constitute a promising platform for a range of quantum applications such as magnetometry, RF sensing, masers and quantum computing. In order to harness the delicate quantum properties of the NV defect you first need to be able to control the material. Element Six has been working to engineer diamond materials for quantum technologies for over a decade and we will discuss some of the different types of materials that can be produced along with some use case studies.
|Quantum Sensing from Lab to Market: the ProteusQ Scanning NV Microscope
Dr Mathieu Munsch, CEO and Co-Founder at Qnami
The world is experiencing a quantum revolution with astonishing potential for innovation. We present here a new quantum microscope based on NV center technology and show how it’s already used today to advance research in materials science and spintronics. We review challenges specific to developing quantum technologies and highlight further opportunities in quantum sensing.
|Diamond Quantum Sensing: An industry perspective
Dr. Robert Rölver, Senior Project Manager, Q.ANT
Color centers in diamond are a versatile sensing platform with applications ranging from RF-field, temperature and pressure sensing to extremely accurate magnetic field measurements. After a short introduction to the physics this talk will give an overview on the different sensing applications with a focus on recent advances in miniaturized magnetic field sensors. Here, miniaturized low noise lasers from Q.ANT can be a differentiating factor when it comes to integration. An outlook on the future perspectives of diamond quantum sensing will summarize the presentation.
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