6 October 2021 / 15:00 - 17:00
EPIC Online Quantum Technology Meeting on Atomic Clocks and Network Synchronization
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Do you know that an error of 1 micro-second on a satellite-based clock will generate an error of 300 m on the localization of 1 point on Earth? Ultra-precise and stable atomic clocks to the nano-second level are indispensable for navigation, network synchronization, geodesy, space exploration and are in the heart of novel technologies such as e-mobility and ADAS systems. This meeting will look at the need for commercial atomic clocks from an end-user point of view, and create business opportunities in the precision timing field.

 

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

Elena is working on the development of integrated ion traps for optical clocks. She obtained Ph.D. from Heidelberg University in 2015 and worked as a PostDoc in the Time and Frequency Division at NIST, CO on quantum simulations with 2D arrays of trapped ions.

Project Leader at PTB

Colin joined ColdQuanta in 2018 as an optomechanical engineer is now the product manager for atomic clocks and UHV ion trap packages. He was formerly a research scientist in the quantum sensors group at NIST.

Product Manager – Atomic Clocks & Ion Traps at ColdQuanta

He is an expert at Ericsson Research working on synchronisation and transport solutions. He is serving as rapporteur to ITU-T Q13/15 and chair of the ITSF.

Expert at Ericsson

Joined CSEM in 2008 with focus on the miniaturization of atomic clocks and the fabrication of atomic vapor cells. Acts currently as Lead of Quantum and Space activities at CSEM.

Lead of Space Activity at CSEM

He joined Orolia in 2012 as R&D project manager with focus on miniature rubidium atomic clocks and advanced microwave clocks. He holds a doctorate degree in Physics from Aarhus University.

Project Manager at Orolia/SPECTRATIME

Dan is currently the programme manager for the £36m National Timing Centre programme. His background is mechanical and space engineering, in technical and managerial roles.

Business & Program Manager at NPL

Dave Fenstermacher is a System Engineer at Viavi Solutions, working in the Converged Instruments (CIVT) R&D group. His prime responsibility is to support the Field Instruments in the areas of Ethernet, GNSS & Time Synchronization protocols.

System Engineer at Viavi Solutions
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Dr. Jose Pozo
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