Quantum Industry Talks: Quantum Sensing
2 December 2020
Join Peter Mountney, Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence at UCL and UCLQ Honorary Research Fellow, for a series of talks on the latest industry-led developments and advances in quantum technology.
HOST: Peter Mountney
SPEAKERS: Bruno Desruelle | Muquans , and Ying Lia Li | Zero Point Motion
TIME & VENUE: Thursday | 10 December, 2020 | 12:00 PM | Online / Virtual event, via ZOOM
TITLE: Quantum Industry Talks - Quantum Sensing
Join Peter Mountney, Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence at UCL and UCLQ honorary research fellow, for a series of talks on the latest industry-led developments and advances in quantum technology.
You can watch our previous talks on YouTube.
Our next talk in this series explores the advances and development of quantum sensing with:
CEO at Muquans
Bruno is the CEO and founder of Muquans, a manufacturer of new generation ultra-high precision measurement instruments designed to measure quantum manipulation of cold atoms. He received his doctorate from University Paris XI for his work on Bose-Einstein Condensation and was appointed Head of the photonics domain at the office for advanced research and innovation of the French Ministry of Defence in 2005, as well as government representative for the two main competitiveness clusters in photonics. Since 2010 he has been leading Muquans.
Ying Lia Li
CEO at Zero Point Motion
Lia is the founder of Zero Point Motion, an early-stage start-up creating optical chipscale inertial sensors to enable indoor and autonomous navigation. Lia is also a Royal Academy of Engineering Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Fellow at UCL, exploring the use of optical sensors as co-technologies for quantum sensing. She set up Zero Point Motion in her spare time.
Thursday 10 December 12:00-13:00GMT
Short talks will be followed by a panel discussion and audience Q+A.
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Aimed at those in research and working in the quantum sector, these short talks delivered by industry players from IBM, Microsoft, Volkswagen, BT, and others, will explore different quantum sectors including: computing hardware, computing software, computing applications, security and sensing.