3 November 2021 / 15:00 - 17:00
EPIC Online Quantum Technology Meeting on Ion Traps, Gravitometers and other Quantum Sensors
Online Event

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With the growing potential of quantum sensors, new challenges are facing the photonics quantum industry.This meeting will explore the future applications of industrialized quantum sensors such as ion traps,gravimeters, accelerometers, as well as quantum-enhanced imaging systems, such as SPADs and low-lightcameras. This will allow end-users automotive, medical, defense and other fields to challenges leaders in the quantum industrialization field and create new business opportunities.

Spirit of the meetings

During these online technology meetings, we are looking for the challenges the industry is facing and bringing together the entire supply chain to address these challenges. Bringing together end-users with component suppliers and system integrators that will answer the EPIC question “What can you do for them and what can they do for you” creates the perfect foundation to establish new business relationships and find ways for new collaborations and partnerships.

Speakers

Michael is CEO of Q.ANT, a start-up founded in 2018 and developing photonic quantum technologies. The Q.ANT product developments include sensors for autonomous driving, human-machine interaction and photonic quantum computing.

Michael is CEO of Q.ANT, a start-up founded in 2018 and developing photonic quantum technologies. The Q.ANT product developments include sensors for autonomous driving, human-machine interaction and photonic quantum computing.

Michael is CEO of Q.ANT, a start-up founded in 2018 and developing photonic quantum technologies. The Q.ANT product developments include sensors for autonomous driving, human-machine interaction and photonic quantum computing.

CEO at Q.ANT

In the field of microsystems and quantum technology, Janine works on the development of quantum sensors for automotive and consumer applications. Her research focuses on the realization of miniaturized atomic gyroscopes.

Janine Riedrich-Möller
Scientist of Quantum Technologies at Bosch
Assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology

Martin has a background in photonics and quantum light sources. He engages with researchers to help solve their single-photon detection challenges, and drives future improvements for photonic sensing offerings needed in the emerging quantum technology ecosystem.

Product Manager at ID Quantique

Simone is a Telecom. Engineer and a weapon Officer of Italian Navy. He was on board of ITN Submarine for 8 years as engineer officer, now he’s involved in research and development of new equipment of the Submarine Combat System within the Liaison Office of Italian Navy in Kiel, DE.

Submarines Programme at Italian Navy
Attendees

More attendees will be announced soon.

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Moderators
Dr. Jose Pozo
Dr. Jose Pozo
Director of Technology and Innovation
Dr. Panagiotis Vergyris
Dr. Panagiotis Vergyris
Photonics Technology Manager
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Helena Jelinkova
Helena Jelinkova
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