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14 September 2020 – 17 September 2020 OSA Virtual Event - Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC - 05:00)

OSA Quantum 2.0 Conference

  • Ignacio Cirac, Max-Planck-Institut fur QuantenoptikGermany
    Quantum Algorithms for Finite Energies and Temperatures Keynote
  • Marissa Giustina, Google LLCUnited States
    Building Google’s Quantum Computer Keynote
  • Mikhail Lukin, Harvard UniversityUnited States
    Programmable Quantum Systems for Simulations, Computation and Networking Keynote
  • Gregoire Ribordy, ID Quantique SASwitzerland
    Quantum Technologies for Long-Term Data Security Keynote
  • Christopher Ballance, University of OxfordUnited Kingdom
    Networking Trapped-Ion Quantum Computers
  • Ania Bleszynski Jayich, University of California Santa BarbaraUnited States
    Sensing with Diamond NV Centers: the Double-edged Sword of Sensitivity
  • Benjamin Bloom, Atom Computing United States
    Programmable Neutral Atom Systems
  • John Bollinger, National Inst of Standards & TechnologyUnited States
    Quantum Simulation and Sensing with Large Trapped-Ion Crystals
  • Philippe Bouyer, Institut d'OptiqueFrance
    Quantum Sensors Out of the Lab: from GPS Free Navigation to Tests of Gravitation
  • Jerry Chow, IBM TJ Watson Research CenterUnited States
    Quantum Circuits Over the Cloud and the Future of Quantum Hardware
  • Eleni Diamanti, CNRSFrance
    Secure Communications in Quantum Networks
  • Dirk Englund, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Large-Scale Quantum Photonics for Computing and Communications
  • Eden Figueroa, SUNY Stony BrookUnited States
    Building an Entanglement-sharing Quantum Network in New York
  • Saikat Guha, University of ArizonaUnited States
    Quantifying and Attaining Quantum Limits of Classical and Quantum Communications
  • Cornelius Hempel, University of SydneyAustralia
    Quantum Firmware: Ingredients and Applications
  • Thomas Jennewein, University of WaterlooCanada
    Advancing Satellite Based Quantum Communication Using Entanglement
  • Liang Jiang, University of ChicagoUnited States
    Bosonic Quantum Information Processing with Superconducting Circuits
  • Mark Kasevich, Stanford UniversityUnited States
    Atom Interferometric Test of the Equivalence Principle at the 1e-12 g Level
  • Hidetoshi Katori, University of TokyoJapan
    Transportable Optical Lattice Clocks to Test Gravitational Redshift
  • Adam Kaufman, JILAUnited States
    Atom Arrays of Ultracold Strontium: New Tools for Metrology and Many-body Physics
  • Patricia Lee, Honeywell International IncUnited States
    An Overview of Trapped Ion Quantum Computing at Honeywell
  • Alexander Ling, Centre for Quantum TechnologiesSingapore
    Demonstration of Entanglement Onboard A Nano-Satellite
  • Peter Maunz, Sandia National Laboratories AlbuquerqueUnited States
    Microfabricated ion Traps for Research and Commercial Quantum Computers
  • Prineha Narang, Harvard UniversityUnited States
    Designing and Controlling Quantum Materials for Quantum Technologies
  • Kae Nemoto, National Institute of InformaticsJapan
    Universal Quantum Simulation with a One-dimensional Quantum Processor
  • Hanhee Paik, IBM Watson Research Center YKT LibUnited States
    Quantum Transduction for Superconducting Qubits Using Electro-optic SiGe/Si Waveguides
  • Monika Schleier-Smith, Stanford UniversityUnited States
    Engineering Quantum Spin Models with Atoms and Light
  • Fabio Sciarrino, Univ degli Studi di Roma La SapienzaItaly
    Experimental Violation of N-locality in Quantum Networks
  • Daniel Slichter, NISTUnited States
    Integrating the Trapped Ion Quantum Processor
  • Tim Taminiau, Technische Universiteit DelftNetherlands
    Quantum Computation, Networks and Sensing with Spins in Diamond
  • Ron Walsworth, Joint Quantum InstituteUnited States
    Quantum Diamond Sensors
  • Hailin Wang, University of OregonUnited States
    Phononic Quantum Networks of Spins in Diamond
  • Joerg Wrachtrup, Universität Stuttgart
    Probing Material Properties with a Nanoscale Quantum Sensor
  • Norman Yao, University of California Berkeley
    Simulating Gravity via Many-body Teleportation
  • Jun Ye, University of Colorado at Boulder JILAUnited States
    A Quantum Many-body System and Clock