Slides from the DOE Quantum Sensors Round Table Meeting
held on February 25, 2016
meeting was organized by the DOE Office of Science Office of High Energy Physics and the Advanced Scientific Computing Research programs in Washington, D.C. on February 25, 2016. The meeting, titled
"Quantum Sensors at the Intersection of Fundamental Science, Quantum
Information Science and Computing," was chaired by Prof. Swapan
Chattopadhyay (FNAL/NIU), Prof. Roger Falcone (LBNL) and Prof. Ronald Walsworth
(Harvard). Participants included distinguished quantum scientists spanning a
comprehensive field of science and computing that included particle physics,
astrophysics, cosmology, gravitational physics, material science, atomic
physics, metrology, quantum cryptography, chemistry, biology, etc.
report from the round table meeting is available online (link also below). We have also posted the presentation slides of the various
speakers at the workshop below.
report consists of the following: Executive Summary, Challenges, Promises and
Opportunities of Quantum Sensors, a set of six distinctly promising scientific case
Studies, suggested model of collaboration and resources, the agenda for the round
table meeting and the original charge from DOE to the round table meeting chairs.
The site also includes a few historical documents on this theme based on prior
meetings. Theround table meeting and the subsequent resulting
report suggest fresh perspectives on cross-cutting interdisciplinary
scientific projects in this area.
Links to Report and Talks