27 May 2020

This OSA Meeting will be postponed.

The OSA Quantum 2.0 Conference will not be held as originally scheduled. The conference committee has expressed a preference to convene the meeting later this year, and OSA is currently exploring options on location and dates.

We continue to monitor health and travel advisories related to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and commit to being responsive amidst changing conditions. We appreciate your patience in waiting for an announcement on future plans.

Stimulating and facilitating the development of quantum information science and technology.

Quantum 2.0 is a new OSA conference focusing on the development and use of many-body quantum superposition, entanglement, and measurement to advance science and technology. Examples are quantum computing and simulation, quantum communications, and quantum sensing. New resulting technologies will potentially go far beyond the (quantum 1.0) capabilities offered by systems without the conceptual need for large-scale superposition or entanglement, examples of which are conventional semiconductor electronics, laser-based communication systems and magnetic-resonance medical imagers.

Program Committee

  • Ronald Holzwarth, Menlo Systems GmbH, GermanyChair
  • Christopher Monroe, University of Maryland at College Park, United StatesChair
  • Michael Raymer, University of Oregon, United StatesChair
  • Dana Anderson, University of Colorado at Boulder, United States
  • Nathalie de Leon, Princeton University, United States
  • Dirk Englund, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
  • Warren Grice, Qubitekk, Inc., United States
  • Travis Humble, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Thomas Jennewein, University of Waterloo, Canada
  • Jungsang Kim, Duke University, United States
  • Anne Matsuura, Intel Corporation, United States
  • Kae Nemoto, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
  • Jian-Wei Pan, University of Science and Technology of China, China
  • Cindy Regal, University of Colorado at Boulder JILA, United States
  • Mark Saffman, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
  • Bruno Sanguinetti, Dotphoton AG, Switzerland
  • Raymond Simmonds, NIST
  • Mark Tolbert, TOPTICA Photonics Inc, United States
  • Ian Walmsley, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
  • Andrew White, University of Queensland, Australia

Sponsors

Corporate Sponsor

American Elements

ID Quantique

Chairs

Ronald Holzwarth

Ronald Holzwarth

Menlo Systems GmbH, Germany
Chair

Chris Monroe

Christopher Monroe

University of Maryland at College Park, United States
Chair

Mike Raymer

Michael Raymer

University of Oregon, United States
Chair