quantum sensors

Usually, a Defect in a Diamond Is a Bad Thing

Usually, a defect in a diamond is a bad thing… But for engineers, miniscule blips in a diamond’s otherwise stiff crystal structure are paving the way for ultrasensitive quantum sensors that push the limits of today’s technologies.

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Quantum Workforce Development All But a Part of U Washington’s Grant from the National Science Foundation

The National Science Foundation on Sept. 9 announced it will fund a new endeavor to bring atomic-level precision to the devices and technologies that underpin much of modern life, and will transform fields like information technology in the decades to come. The five-year, $25 million Science and Technology Center grant will found the Center for Integration of Modern Optoelectronic Materials on Demand — or IMOD — a collaboration of scientists and engineers at 11 universities led by the University of Washington.

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Quantum Sensor Market Taking Off

The quantum computer market is an emerging and hot business. So is the quantum sensor market, where several entities are developing this technology for a range of applications.

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Q-CTRL Granted $3.5M Space-Based Quantum Sensor Efforts

Q-CTRL, a startup that applies the principles of control engineering to power quantum technology, has been awarded a $3.5 million grant (USD) from the Australian government’s Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI) to expand the development and manufacture of quantum-based remote sensing technologies for space deployment.

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