• Hans Stærkind

    PhD fellow, Niels Bohr Institute, KU

    Bio: 

    MSc in Physics, specialized in quantum information, atomic physics, and quantum sensing.

    PhD Fellow since 2018, working on optical magnetometry and its application in MRI.

    Hands-on experimentalist, capable of getting complex ideas from theory to practice. Passionate about building robust and elegant solutions.  

    Title of presentation: 

    Quantum Sensing, State-of-the-art  

    Abstract of presentation: 

    Quantum sensors has been around for decades, but in recent years we have seen an impressive number of new spin-out companies based on quantum sensors. In this talk I will highlight and discuss specific examples. I will also examine how I think industry and academia best can establish a successful exchange of ideas, around quantum sensors.
     

    Speaker for following sessions
    • M5
      01-12-2 - Organized by KU
       
       
      Program
      Introduction: “The second quantum revolution is here!”, Partner Bent Dalager, KPMG NewTech
      Scientific Talk: “Quantum sensing”, Hans Stærkind, Niels Bohr Institute, KU (15 min)
      Business Talk: “Quantum communications”, Troels Steenstrup KPMG  (15 min)
      Scientific Talk: “NISQ/algoritmer/simulatorer”, Matthias Christandl and Nikolaj Thomas Zinner, QMATH, KU and Institute for Physics and Astronomy, AU (30 min)
      Discussion among the presenters and questions (15 min)
       
      Peter Viereck, Viercon and Jan W. Thomsen, Niels Bohr Institute
      Bent Dalager, KPMG
       
      Quantum Technologies state-of-the-art – based on real life use cases
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