Qubit Enabled Imaging, Sensing, and Metrology

Review Meeting 2014

October 16-17, 2014 MIT, 32 Vassar St., Cambridge, MA

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

MIT, Building 36, Room 428

12:30–13:00 Welcome & Registration
13:00–13:40 P. Cappellaro, MIT Qubit Enabled Imaging, Sensing & Metrology
13:40–14:20 A. Yacoby, Harvard  Nanoscale Magnetic Sensing and its Application in Condensed Matter Physics.
14:20–15:00 M. Lukin, Harvard  Magnetic resonance imaging with single atom sensitivity via multi-qubit metrology.
15:00–15:30 Coffee Break
15:30–16:10 E. Demler, Harvard  Qubits as probes of interactions, disorder, and topology in many body systems
16:10–16:50 L. Pham, Harvard Quantum Techniques for Precision Measurements with NV-Diamond
17:00–19:00 Evening Discussion and Poster Session  at MIT, Building 36, Room 428

Friday, October 17, 2014

MIT, Building 26, Room 214

8:30 Breakfast 8:45-12:30 Scientific talks 12:30-14:00 Lunch & Discussion

8:15–8:45 Breakfast  
8:45–9:20 D. Leibfried, NIST  Coupled ion trap spectroscopy
9:20–9:55 V. Vuletic, MIT  Strong and deep entanglement of two thousand atoms by detection of one photon
9:55–10:30 M. Greiner, Harvard  Many Body Hong-Ou-Mandel interference – new pathways to metrology
10:30–11:00 Coffee Break  
11:00–11:35 S. Lloyd, MIT  A quantum algorithm for principal component analysis
11:35–12:10 S. Yelin, U. Conn./Harvard  Cooling and dynamics of nuclear spins in diamond
12:10–12:30 Concluding Remarks (TR Govindan/P. Cappellaro)
12:30– PI Lunch & Discussion