First quantum sensing and imaging technologies workshop held on campus
The advent of the second quantum revolution continues to trigger worldwide the development of quantum technologies providing strategic capabilities for the security, health and wellbeing of our society.
The first cross-theme workshop on Quantum Sensing and Imaging Technologies, hosted by the University of Portsmouth, has addressed quantum and quantum-inspired technologies for high-precision sensing and imaging toward biomedical, health, security, environmental applications as well as fundamental tests at the cross-over between quantum mechanics and general relativity, including gravitational wave detection.
The workshop included invited talks from worldwide experts and high-level contributed talks as well as many fruitful discussions among the many attendees and the speakers, prompting new research ideas and international collaborations in the field of quantum sensing and imaging technologies.
It was organised by Dr Vincenzo Tamma, in the School of Mathematics and Physics, with the support of three University Theme leads — Emerging Technologies, Health and Wellbeing, and Environment and Sustainability.