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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Quantumkosmos

From Quantum to KOSMOS - Optical Quantum Technologies for Small Satellites

3-day KOSMOS Workshop

Dates: 12. - 14. September 2018 (Wednesday to Friday)

Place: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Physik, Campus Adlershof, Germany

Optical quantum technologies are key components for space-based tests of Einstein's theory of relativity and other experiments related to the unification quantum physics and gravity. Qualification of optical quantum technologies in orbit, e.g. on small satellites, is essential for the realization of such complex experiments. The technological requirements in combination with the limited resources onboard a small satellite demand interdisciplinary strategies, with inputs from physics and engineering.

The 3-day KOSMOS Workshop "From Quantum to KOSMOS" includes talks and subsequent working groups on cutting-edge research in the field of optical quantum technology for space applications. It aims at addressing scientific and technical as well as strategic questions. Four main topics form the context of the workshop: Applications of OQT on small satellites, demonstration of OQT, technology development and OQT industry, and small satellite platforms. We aim to discuss the current status of technology readiness, miniaturization and qualification methods, novel space platforms and launch options, and a roadmap as to how industry and research institutes can propel the OQT development process.

 


Preliminary agenda

 

We will fill in the speakers as we progress. Below is an overview of the topics discussed during the workshop.

 

Wed 12. Sept Thur 13. Sept Fri 14. Sept
Welcome

Aline Dinkelaker & Markus Krutzik, HUB

   
Applications of OQT on small satellites Technology developments and OQT industry Small satellite platforms for OQT
     
     
     
Lunch & Networking Lunch & Networking Lunch & Networking
OQT demonstration in relevant environments Technology developments and OQT industry Closing Remarks and Roadmap
    Lab Tours
     
  Working Group II  
Working Group I    
  Evening Lecture

Alexander Ling, NUS

 

 


 

Invited Speakers

 

Coming soon

 


 

Registration

 

Registration is open. Please fill in the registration form.

Registration is free, but please note that travel costs can not be reimbursed and meals are not included. 

We won't send out confirmation emails, but we will send out more information for all registered participants closer to the event (around July). If you have any questions, please contact us on quantumkosmos(at)hu-berlin.de

 


 

Organizers

 

Dr. Aline Dinkelaker, Dr. Markus Krutzik

Contact: quantumkosmos(at)hu-berlin.de

 

This workshop is supported by the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin KOSMOS programme and part of a Profile Partnership Project with the National University of Singapore.

 

Group webpage: https://www.physics.hu-berlin.de/en/qom

 


Additional sponsors and support