Join Advanced Navigation and Q-Ctrl to discover how quantum sensing is enabling the future of autonomous vehicles, long-term weather forecasting, powering a new generation of space-exploration missions, and unlocking new capabilities for humanity.
Featuring guest speaker:
Michael Biercuk | CEO and founder of Q-CTRL | Professor of Quantum Physics & Quantum Technology at The University of Sydney
Wednesday 28 September 2022
- 6.00-6.30 pm drinks, snacks and networking
- 6:30-7.30 pm talk and Q&A with Michael
- 7.30-8.00 pm drinks, snacks and networking
Advanced Navigation – Latitude Sky Bar, Level 12, 255 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia (view on Google Maps)
This meetup is well suited for anyone interested in
- Futuristic technology transforming society
- Learning more about working with robotics and sensing technology
- Exciting real-world quantum sensing applications
- Cutting-edge technology across all terrains, both on planet and off
- Networking with like-minded people
About Quantum Sensing
Quantum computing is receiving quite a bit of attention – and rightfully so. It’s positioned to dramatically influence our arsenal of computing resources. These advances have been the drivers of every major development we’ve recently seen in society – from the information economy to autonomous vehicles and advances in healthcare.
However, less discussed is quantum sensing, which is set to unlock new possibilities in measurement capability and data streams both on planet and off. The technology overcomes imperfections, environmental clutter, and platform noise in order to realise the true potential of hardware.
Data is the heart of the modern economy.
About Michael J. Biercuk
Michael J. Biercuk is the CEO and Founder of Q-CTRL, a quantum technology company, and a Professor of Quantum Physics and Quantum Technology at the University of Sydney. In his academic position he leads a research team as a Chief Investigator in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, exploring the role of control engineering in quantum-coherent systems. Michael earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and his Masters and PhD from Harvard University. He held a research fellowship in the Ion Storage Group at NIST Boulder, and has served as a full-time technical consultant to DARPA, helping to steer government investments in quantum information and advanced computer architectures. Michael is a SXSW and TEDx speaking alumnus and a multi-time Australian Museum Eureka Prize nominee and winner.