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Ole Koch, Product Development Manager for Quantum Systems, Teledyne e2v; Has Agreed to Present “Novel Applications for Atomic Clocks” May 18 at IQT-NYC Online

(IQT-NYC) Ole Koch, Product Development Manager for Quantum Systems, Teledyne e2v; has agreed to present on Panel 1: “Novel Applications for Atomic Clocks” at 9:45, May 18 at IQT-NYC Online.
Dr. Ole Kock is the Product Development Manager for Quantum Systems at Teledyne e2v. He has built up the Quantum Technology Team at Teledyne e2v and is responsible for the technical oversight of all Quantum related developments. Products range from gravity sensors over compact atomic clocks to satellite payloads. He has over 15 years of experience in the field of quantum systems and has specialised early in developing application driven sensors and systems. Previous roles were in the Ultra Cold Atoms Group at the University of Birmingham where he has developed mobile atomic optical clocks with strontium as a Research Fellow.

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