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About this event

Web site
quantumsystems.iop…
When
1618 Dec 2014
Where
National College for Teaching and Leadership, Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG8 1DH, United Kingdom
Registration deadline
Dec 9, 2014
Organiser
IOP Quantum Information, Quantum Optics and Quantum Control Group
Contact address
Conferences Department
Institute of Physics
76 Portland Place
London
United Kingdom
Tel
+44 (0)20 7470 4800
E-mail
conferences@iop.org…

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Topical Research Meeting on Hybrid Quantum Systems

The meeting will cover all aspects of hybrid quantum systems involving atoms, light, and matter. It will link theory to experiment and range from fundamental physics to the development of new quantum device concepts and technologies. Topics: Light-matter interactions; Atom-matter interactions including atom and ion chip traps; Hybrid systems for nano and quantum metrology. Speakers leading groundbreaking research on hybrid quantum systems will be invited. To encourage and facilitate the participation of early-career researchers and PhD students, short contributed talks, a poster session, and industrial engagement form key aspects of this meeting. Further key features are a discussion and summary session to explore quantum technologies emerging from the fusion of atoms, light, and matter, discuss funding opportunities, and identify ways to maximise the benefits from recent UK investments.