QSHS will have a presence at this conference sharing the National Physical Laboratory’s work on SLUG amplifiers. Abstract deadline: 3rd February 2023. See conference website for further details.
This will be an in person event. More details can be found: https://moriond.in2p3.fr/2023/Gravitation/
Quantum Technologies for Fundamental Physics Engagement Event – Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd February STFC/EPSRC, part of UK Research and Innovation, are hosting a two day in-person event on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd February, at Warwick Conferences (https://warwick.ac.uk/services/conferences/location), to promote engagement between scientists and engineers from different types of expertise on quantum technologies and fundamental physics research. Quantum Technologies […]
CERN courier webinar sponsored by Agilent Technologies, Hiden Analytical. The worldwide interest in axions and other weakly interacting slim particles (WISPs) as constituents of a dark sector of nature has strongly increased over the last years. A vibrant community is developing, constructing and operating corresponding experiments so that the most promising parameter regions will be probed […]
The Winter School will be hosted by the University of Cambridge, 9-13th January 2023. Professor Ed Daw, Professor Stafford Withington, Dr Ian Bailey, Clementine Mostyn and Searbhán Ó Peatáin, QSHS, will be some of the lecturers and tutors on the courses, covering theoretical and experimental aspects of the broad QTFP research programme. More information and […]
QSHS will be attending this event, please drop by and hear about our research. Abstracts deadline 13th July 2022. Visit the https://spie.org/conferences-and-exhibitions website for registration details.
More details of this event can be found at https://www.quantumcommshub.net/event/save-the-date-uk-national-quantum-technologies-showcase-2022/?site=industry-government-media QTFP projects will have a stand at this event. Ed Romans, Bhaswati Chakraborty (UCL), Ling Hao and John Gallop (NPL) will be representing QSHS and demonstrating a miniature VNA+resonant cavity from NPL so please drop by and say hello.
Ed Daw will be attending this event. Further information can be found at: https//indico.cern.ch/event/1137276/
Poster presented by Searbhán Ó Peatáin: Miniature Plastic Dilution Refrigerator for Small Thermal Load Experiments. Refer to conference website: https://ult2022.org/
The Feebly-Interacting Particle workshop is being organised at CERN, 17-21 October 2022. https://indico.cern.ch/event/1119695/registrations/83391/ Registration is now open.