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Quantum Control Engineering: Mathematical Solutions for Industry

7th August 2014

This Open for Business half day event was part of an Isaac Newton Institute research programme which brought together leading expertise in the multiple disciplines involved in quantum control engineering. It gave an overview of the mathematical and theoretical framework currently being developed in quantum control as an underpinning discipline of quantum technology.

The workshop sought to identify the core mathematical issues and challenges ahead and showcase several recent applications of control theory to quantum systems. A key aim was to highlight applications of this area of mathematics, as well as impacts on other potential end user applications. It was of interest to individuals from a number of industrial areas where quantum technology is emerging such as:

  • Microchips and Computing
  • Encryption and Cyber-Security
  • Communications
  • High-Precision Sensing
  • Space and Aerospace
  • Defence and Security
Initiative Tags: 
University of Cambridge Research Councils UK
    Clay Mathematics Institute The Leverhulme Trust London Mathematical Society Microsoft Research NM Rothschild and Sons