OIST Mini-symposium on Quantum Sensors for Magnetic and Inertial Forces

From Febuary to March the Quantum Machines Unit is holding an OIST Mini-symposium on using quantum systems to sense tiny forces and magnetic fields. Sensing magnetic fields is the basis of many useful instruments - MRI, magnetic navigation, and magnetoencephelography. Sensing inertial forces also has many uses ranging from navigation through to monitoring of tiny changes in gravity for underground sensing of water flow etc.

This mini-symposium brings together experts from OIST, Japan and internationally to discuss how quantum technology can bring new ways to perform sensing with new capabilities.

To read more about the OIST Mini-symposium and to register follow this link.