QuISM

Qubit Enabled Imaging, Sensing, and Metrology

A Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative on Qubit Enabled Imaging, Sensing & Metrology

Metrology and quantum information science have emerged as complementary areas of research. Ideas from quantum information theory, such as entangled states, have been proposed to improve the sensitivity of measurement devices, while new sensing strategies and tools have been devised to meet the needs of quantum information processing. With support from the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) program, we will apply the principles of quantum information science to the development of novel sensors with sensitivities beyond the standard quantum limit. The goal of our multidisciplinary team is to advance the theory of multi-qubit enhanced metrology and implement these theoretical ideas into a broad range of physical implementations and practical applications.

Sponsored by the Army Research Office (ARO)

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Qubit Enabled Imaging, Sensing, and Metrology
Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative QuISM Review Meeting

November 14-15, 2013
MIT, Building 26, Room 214

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Information about the second review meeting :: November 14-15, 2013

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