Prof. Dana Z. Anderson
ColdQuanta and University of Colorado, USA
23rd May 2022, 5:00pm - 6:00pm (GST)
Quantum In the Kitchen
One can achieve all sorts of useful things, from clocks to computers and many things in between including RF sensors, inertial sensors, and quantum signal processors, using lasers to cool atoms to near absolute zero temperature, and then further manipulating these ultracold atoms with light. We envision a future in which such quantum matter systems are as everyday as lasers are today, and everywhere, from autonomous vehicles to the kitchen.
Dr. Dana Z. Anderson Chief Technology Officer and Founder at ColdQuanta; he is a Fellow of the JILA Institute at the University of Colorado and a Professor of the Department of Physics and the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy and Engineering at the University. He is Fellow of the American Physical Society and Optica and recipient of numerous honors, most recently the Willis E. Lamb Award for pioneering contributions to the field of atomtronics.