A workshop to explore how quantum technologies can help fundamental physics tests. Search for axion dark matter, cavities for gravitational waves detection, photonic and superconducting sensors, quantum metrology theory are among the topics that we will cover. The workshop is in the beautiful ancient town of Erice in Sicily, Italy, and is organized by the SQMS consortium and INFN. Be ready to be immersed in history (e.g. Virgil describes Erice in his epic poems), and cutting edge research.
The conference fee will be 150 euros per day (covering all local expenses, including meals, accommodation, the conference dinner, and the conference excursion). Most people will sleep in the Majorana center, but some will be placed in nearby hotels. Some travel grants are available for select students who would otherwise be unable to participate, please inquire. Please also inquire for the fee for accompanying people.
Anna Grassellino (co-chair)
Valter Bonvicini (co-chair)
Fiorella Ruggiu (Erice Center DIrector)
Pierluigi Campana (INFN PoC for Erice)