Overly sensitive: the journey towards quantum sensors
Organised by London Quantum Technology
In this meetup, Lia will describe how to create the largest quantum object in the universe and how it can be used for quantum sensing.discovery quantum-hardware quantum-sensors quantum
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Developing practical large scale quantum computers using trapped ions
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