TechConnect World 2019
Co-Located with Nanotech 2019 SBIR/STTR Spring AI TechConnect
Nanotech 2019
 

Special Session: Quantum Engineering Materials and Devices in Cambridge, MA

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Symposium Chair

William L. WilsonWilliam L. Wilson
Executive Director, Center for Nanoscale Systems
Harvard University

CNS Harvard University

Key Speakers

Marko LoncarQuantum Photonics with Diamond
Marko Loncar
Professor, Harvard University

Jing KongJing Kong
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Wei-Ting ChenMetasurface-enabled broadband achromatic optics
Wei-Ting Chen
Research Associate in Applied Physics, Harvard

William D. OliverWilliam D. Oliver
Physics Professor of the Practice Lincoln Laboratory Fellow, RLE Associate Director
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Thomas A. OhkiEnabling Technology for Beyond Intermediate Scale Quantum Computing Systems
Thomas A. Ohki
Physicist, Group Leader of BBN Quantum Engineering and Computing, Raytheon BBN Technologies

Kin Chung FongTwo-dimensional quantum materials for quantum technology
Kin Chung Fong
Scientist, Raytheon BBN Technologies; Associate Scientist,, Harvard University

Robert M. WesterveltRobert M. Westervelt
Director
Center for Integrated Quantum Materials

Evelyn HuEvelyn Hu
Tarr-Coyne Professor of Applied Physics and of Electrical Engineering
Harvard University

Robert DevlinRobert Devlin
Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer
Metalenz

Mian ZhangThin-film lithium niobate for next generation integrated photonic circuits - when performance meets scalability
Mian Zhang
Co-founder and CEO, HyperLight

Long JuMetasurface-enabled broadband achromatic optics
Long Ju
Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 18

8:30Quantum Engineering Materials
10:30Metasurfaces
1:30Integrated Optical Devices
2:30Quantum Information

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 18

8:30Quantum Engineering Materials313
Session chair: William L. Wilson, Harvard University, US
8:30The Center for Integrated Quantum Materials
R.M. Westervelt, Harvard University, Center for Integrated Quantum Materials, US
9:00Quantum Engineering Materials and Devices in Cambridge
W. Wilson, Harvard University, US
9:30Harvard Quantum Initiative
E. Hu, Harvard University
10:30Metasurfaces313
Session chair: William L. Wilson, Harvard University, US
10:30J. Kong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
11:00Two dimensional materials for tunable quantum electronic and optical devices
L. Ju, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
11:30Metasurface-enabled broadband achromatic optics
W-T. Chen, F. Capasso, Harvard University, US
12:00R. Devlin, Metalenz, US
1:30Integrated Optical Devices313
1:30Quantum Photonics with Diamond
M. Loncar, Harvard University, US
2:00Thin-film lithium niobate for next generation integrated photonic circuits - when performance meets scalability
M. Zhang, HyperLight, US
2:30Quantum Information313
2:30Introduction to Quantum Computing
W. Oliver, MIT Lincoln Lab, US
2:55Enabling Technology for Beyond Intermediate Scale Quantum Computing Systems
T.A. Ohki, Raytheon BBN Technologies, US
3:20Two-dimensional quantum materials for quantum technology
K.C. Fong, Raytheon BBN Technologies, US

This special session will highlight innovation in quantum engineering materials and devices in both industry and academia in the Cambridge, MA area.

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