The Department of Physics and University College, in conjunction with Washington University’s Center for Quantum Sensors, will sponsor a series of public lectures in Fall 2020, to be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday mornings. The lecture series begins on October 3rd and ends on November 21st. All lectures will be held on Zoom. The Zoom link will be sent via email to our email list before each lecture. Those wishing to join the email list should email a request to email@example.com. You should download the Zoom app to your computer, tablet or phone before the first lecture to make sure Zoom is working correctly. These lectures, which are free and open to the public, will be presented by world renowned experts in quantum foundations, materials, and technology and are tailored for the general public. More information may be obtained from Mary Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org, 314-935-6276) or Zohar Nussinov.
The Center for Quantum Sensors at Washington University in St. Louis brings together scientists working on the development and engineering of quantum technologies and materials and scientists using quantum technologies for cutting-edge research in physics and related disciplines. Members of the Center are currently involved in projects related to quantum information, quantum optics, quantum materials, quantum measurements, quantum sensors for astrophysics, and quantum sensors for fundamental physics. The center leverages the members’ experience with the fabrication of quantum sensors and the deployment of the sensors in extreme environments, e.g. on balloons, satellites, in remote geographical areas, and in underground laboratories.
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