You are all invited to participate in the BiCoQ seminar “Precision Metrology with Photons, Phonons and Spins: Answering Major Unsolved Problems in Physics and Advancing Translational Science”

Speaker: Professor Michael Tobar (Quantum Technologies and Dark Matter Research Laboratory at the University of Western Australia)

Abstract: The Quantum Technologies and Dark Matter research laboratory has a rich history of developing precision tools, including the development and application of novel low-loss and highly sensitive resonant photonic and phononic cavities, such as whispering gallery and re-entrant cavities, as well as photonic band gap and bulk acoustic wave structures. These cavities have been used in a range of applications, including highly stable low noise classical and atomic oscillators, low noise measurement systems, highly sensitivity displacement sensors, high precision electron spin resonance and spin-wave spectroscopy, high precision measurement of material properties and applications of low-loss quantum hybrid systems, which are strongly coupled to form polaritons or quasi-particles. Translational applications have included the realization of the lowest noise oscillators and systems for advance radar, the enabling of high accuracy atomic clocks and sensitive transducers for precision measurements.

Date/Time: Friday, 30th June 2023, 11:00 am

Location: U1, Aula Marchetti

The slides of the talk can be found at this link.

BiCoQ Seminar (30/6/2023, 11:00 am) – Prof. Michael Tobar