Institute for Basic Science (IBS) Expo-ro 55, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 34126, South Korea
Two extremely challenging scientific problems have fascinated scientists for the last two decades: the mystery of dark matter and the development of large quantum (qubits) networks allowing to measure weak electromagnetic signals with unprecedented precision. To observe the dark matter Axions one has to be able to detect single microwave photons with high efficiency. The workshop aim is to bring together world leading scientists and young researchers representing different groups through over the world working in the fields of searching dark matter Axions, study of superconducting quantum networks and application of superconducting qubit networks in quantum metrology.
- dark matter axions
- ADMAX, CULTASK, QUAX, etc.
- Josephson junctions amplifiers
- non-classical states of photons
- superconducting quantum networks
- quantum sensing: superconducting qubits
- quantum sensing: magnetic clusters, ion trapping