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Quantum Sensing and Communications

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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine invite you to attend a half-day colloquium and webcast to explore some of the latest developments in quantum sensing and quantum communications. This unclassified event will include individual presentations and a panel discussion on quantum concepts and technologies as they relate to the state of the art.

FEATURED TALKS:

Envisioning the Future of Quantum Sensing and Communications
Marco Lanzagorta, Naval Research Laboratory

Fundamentals of Quantum Information
Tanner Crowder, Naval Research Laboratory

Quantum-Based Methods for Communication Security
Jeffrey Uhlmann, University of Missouri

Challenges in Quantum Sensing and Quantum Communications
Gerald Gilbert, MITRE

Quantum Sensing
Jonathan Dowling, Louisiana State University

Panel Discussion with Speakers
Joseph Czika (moderator), National Academies

Closing Statement
Alton D. Romig, Jr., National Academy of Engineering

This event is part of an ongoing colloquium series organized by the Intelligence Community Studies Board and sponsored by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Learn more about our work at nas.edu/icsb.

If you cannot attend in person, we encourage you to sign up for our webcast. If you plan to log in from a workplace with strict firewalls, please check ahead of time that you are able to access the webcast link. For questions about the event, please contact icsb@nas.edu.


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Visit this page to watch the webcast: https://livestream.com/NASEM/events/8311792




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