2nd Quantum Engineering Day

July 6th 2018
From 8.30am to 4pm
On July 6th 2018, the second edition of Grenoble quantum engineering day will gather worldwide-renowned quantum physicists, industrials, local researchers and students and will showcase the dynamism and broad activities of Grenoble in quantum technologies.
2nd Quantum Engineering Day

Lunch highlights: Quantum technologies training activities for the ecosystem


  • Open discussions on current courses and needs for complementary classes.
  • Poster session dedicated to Grenoble quantum engineering PhD students.

Venue : Maison MINATEC (Titane room), 3 parvis Louis Néel, Grenoble


Invited speakers: T Debuisschert (Thales), A Dzurak (UNSW, Australia), D Horsman (University of Newcastle, now University of Grenoble Alpes), S Tanzilli (Université Nice / CNRS).
Organizing committee: A Auffèves, O Buisson, J Cibert, T Meunier, JP Poizat, X Thibault (Néel Institute, CNRS/UGA), J-M Gérard (CEA-INAC), M Mhalla (LIG, CNRS/UGA), M Vinet (CEA-Leti, UGA)
 


Program

8h30 Welcome
8h30
Welcome

A. Auffèves (Néel / CNRS), E. Bustarret (Néel/ CNRS), Y. Lakhnech (COMUE/UGA), Y. Samson (INAC/CEA)

9h - 10h15
Plenary talks on quantum optics and quantum sensing

  • S Tanzilli (Nice Uni. / CNRS)
    Integrated quantum photonics
     
  • T Debuisschert (Thalès)
    Thales perspectives on quantum sensing

10h15 - 10h30 Break
10h30 - 11h45
Grenoble scientific highlights
Quantum photonics & sensing

  • J Kasprzak (Néel / CNRS)
    Light-matter interaction on a quantum level in solids

  • E Kerstel (LiPhy / UGA)
    NanoBob: photon entanglement experiment from ground to satellite
     
  • A Dzurack (UNSW)
    Si spin qubits towards commercial applications
11h45 - 12h30
Grenoble quantum engineering training
Round table on existing offer and what are the needs ?
If you work in the private sector, please take part to our survey : for decision-makers / for project managers
12h30 - 14h
Lunch and posters
Grenoble PhD students from the quantum engineering PhD programs
14h - 15h
Grenoble scientific highlights
Quantum Computing

  • F Balestro (Neel / UGA)
    Quantum algorithms with molecular magnets
     
  • N Roch (Neel / CNRS)
    Platform
    to explore many-body quantum optics in circuit-QED
  
  • X Jehl (CEA-INAC)
    Si spin qubits for quantum computing
15h - 16h
Plenary talks on quantum computing
  • D Horsman (LIG / UGA)
    The logic of quantum error correction

  • M Vinet (LETI / CEA)
    How to go to large scale ?


Published on July 5, 2018

Practical informations

Lieu(x)


Maison Minatec
TITANE room

3 Parvis Louis Néel, 38000 Grenoble