Ben Lanyon, Senior Scientist, Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, has agreed to speak on “Connecting Ion Traps to Telecom Fiber” at IQT The Hague
(IQT-TheHague) Ben Lanyon, Senior Scientist, Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, has agreed to speak on “Connecting Ion Traps to Telecom Fiber” at IQT The Hague.
Ben is a Senior Scientist at IQOQI Innsbruck. He is exploring and developing novel approaches to build quantum networks and hybrid quantum systems. Specifically, he is working on an optical interface to allow trapped ions to communicate with a broad range of other examples of quantum matter. A long term goal is to develop the ability to distribute entanglement over arbitrary distances and to apply this capability to enable new quantum-enhanced measurements. He currently leads a team of 1 postdoc, 3 PhD students and a Master student. Future ESQ postdocs would have the opportunity to learn about, and contribute to, a broad range of topics in Dr. Lanyon’s new research team, including atomic physics, non-linear optics, cavity-quantum electrodynamics and quantum information science.
Inside Quantum Technology The Hague Conference and Exhibition will be held as a hybrid event February 21-23, 2022. This is the foremost gathering of business leaders, product developers, marketing strategists and investors anywhere in the world focused on quantum internet. Over 1,000 people will be attending this event (both in-person and online) from all over the world and from every area of quantum computing.
This conference includes panels and keynotes on topics related to the future of the Quantum Internet.