Quantum Sensing Workshop

from Tuesday, 14 February 2023 (08:00) to Thursday, 16 February 2023 (17:00)
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (015-0253)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
14 Feb 2023
15 Feb 2023
16 Feb 2023
AM
08:30 Welcome, and introductory remarks, Natalie Roe (Berkeley Lab), John Valentine (Berkeley Lab), tbd (Sandia), tbd (AWE), Craig Sloan (NNSA), Summer Stares (DNO)   (015-0253)
09:00
Session I (until 12:30) (015-0253)
09:00 Workshop Goals   (015-0253)
09:10 Atom based quantum sensors - Kai Bongs, University of Birmingham (University of Birmingham)   (015-0253)
09:50 Novel Quantum Sensors with Hyperpolarized Nuclei - Ashok Ajoy, University of California Berkeley (University of California Berkeley; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
10:30 Compressive sensing in spectroscopy: can less be more? - Miles Padgett, University of Glasgow (University of Glasgow)   (015-0253)
11:10 --- Break ---
11:25 Quantum sensing and applications to nonproliferation - David Farley, Sandia National Laboratory (Sandia National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
12:05 Panel Discussion   (015-0253)
08:30 Announcements   (015-0253)
08:40
Session III (until 11:40) (015-0253)
08:40 Magnetic Quantum Sensors for NNSA Programs - Geon-Bo Kim, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
09:00 Quantum-Enabled Biochemical imaging at Rhizosphere - Zhao Hao, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
09:20 Advanced electric field sensing/imaging technologies - Yaun-Yu Jau, Sandia National Laboratory (Sandia National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
09:40 Quantum Magnetic Imaging for Counterfeit Detection and Integrated-Circuit Interrogation - Pauli Kehayias, Sandia National Laboratory (Sandia National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
10:00 --- Break and Group Photo ---
10:30 Extending Quantum Spin Sensing to Large Areas/Volumes - Stephen Lyon, Princeton University (Princeton University)   (015-0253)
10:50 Quantum defect dephasing times from first-principles - Liang Tan, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
11:10 Spin Session Discussion, report assignments   (015-0253)
11:40
Session IV (until 15:10) (015-0253)
11:40 Coherent Quantum Sensing for Dark Matter Detection (axions, RF) - Gianpaolo Carosi, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
12:00 Distributed Sensing in the Long Island Quantum Network - Julian Martinez-Rincon, Brookhaven National Laboratory (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
12:20 --- Lunch ---
13:20 Quantum ghost imaging with non-degenerate photon pairs - Ryan Duncan, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
13:40 Quantum sensing applications using entangled squeezed light - Daniel Soh, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
14:00 Entangled photons for tamper indication - Adrian King, Atomic Weapons Establishment (Atomic Weapons Establishment)   (015-0253)
14:20 Compressive spectroscopy - Adrian King, Atomic Weapons Establishment (Atomic Weapons Establishment)   (015-0253)
14:40 Photons Session Discussion, report assignments   (015-0253)
08:30 The third day of the quantum sensing workshop is at Sandia, Livermore, by invitation. Please contact Lauren Betzen (lkbetze@sandia.gov), Scott Bisson (sebisso@sandia.gov), or Peter Schwindt (pschwin@sandia.gov) for more information.   (015-0253)
PM
12:30 --- Lunch ---
13:30
Session II (until 17:45) (015-0253)
13:30 TBD - Katarzyna Krzyzanowska, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
13:50 Cold Atom Interferometry applied to near field gravity tomography - Stephen Libby, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
14:10 Realization of a guided matter wave gradiometer for gravity sensing applications - Changhyun Ryu, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
14:30 Developing compact atom interferometer devices - Peter Schwindt, Sandia National Laboratory (Sandia National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
14:50 Enrichment quantification of UF6 using low-field nuclear magnetic resonance with atomic magnetometer detection - Per Magnelind, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
15:10 --- Break ---
15:25 Optically pumped magnetometers - the journey out of the lab - Erling Riis, University of Strathclyde (University of Strathclyde)   (015-0253)
15:45 Magnetic sensing and other laser-based applications - Igor Savukov, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
16:05 Magnetic field nulling and shaping for quantum technologies - Mark Fromhold, University of Nottingham (University of Nottingham)   (015-0253)
16:25 LANL MPA-Q (Quantum) capability overview - Michael Martin, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
16:45 Atom Session Panel Discussion, report assignments   (015-0253)
17:15 Tuesday Wrap Up Discussion   (015-0253)
15:10 --- Break ---
15:25
Session V (until 17:20) (015-0253)
15:45 Qubit-based athermal-photon sensors for use in coherent neutrino scattering for reactor monitoring and other applications - Caleb Fink, Los Alamos National Laboratory (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
16:05 TBD   (015-0253)
16:25 Quantum Enhanced Sensing of Isotopes (QESI) - Laura McCaslin, Sandia National Laboratory (Sandia National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
16:45 Quantum Networking - Thomas Schenkel, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (015-0253)
17:20 Wednesday Wrap Up Discussion, report assignments   (015-0253)
18:00 --- Travel to Dinner ---
18:30 Cavity-based atom interferometry with long coherence time - Holger Muller, University of California Berkeley (University of California Berkeley)   ()