Language: English
Finding fifth force to detect small drones

Join us as Prof. Singh explores the innovative use of ultracold alkaline earth elements in quantum science. This lecture will cover the implications of these elements in optical clocks, detection of gravitational waves, and quantum information processes. A particular focus will be on the development of transportable optical lattice clocks and their applications in radar technologies for detecting small drones and other slow-moving targets. The session will conclude with a discussion on new research directions, such as probing beyond the standard model in search of the fifth force using ultracold atoms in tabletop experiments.

Prof. Singh, a leading figure in the quantum science community, has an extensive background with over 50 publications in prominent journals and holds a grant portfolio exceeding £100 million. His work is shaping the future of quantum technology and its applications in modern science and industry.

Please join us for what promises to be a fascinating and enlightening presentation. Ensure your spot by registering through the link provided above.

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Speaker: Prof. Yeshpal Singh, Chair in Quantum Science and Innovation, and Director of Innovation at the School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Birmingham, UK.