COST Action CA16221 – Quantum Technologies with Ultra-Cold Atoms
Action chair: Dr Wolf von Klitzing
The unprecedented level of preparation, manipulation, control and detection of quantum systems achieved during the last few years has positioned quantum technology as one of the most relevant emerging technologies. Within this field, ultracold atoms are the prime technology for many applications such as atomtronics, quantum simulators, quantum information and quantum metrology. They are also an ideal testbed for other fields like quantum computing and simulation. Ultracold atoms are already opening promising markets in inertial navigation (essential for GPS-denied environments), computation, biomagnetic imaging, and ground surveys for mineral exploration, construction and archaeology.
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