The Yale Instrumentation Lunch aims to bring together researchers from across campus to discuss topics related to novel instrumentation. The objectives are to foster new connections and identify strategic, interdepartmental opportunities in instrumentation.
- Karsten Heeger, “Quantum Sensors: Opportunities and Applications”
- Steven Girvin, “Introduction to Quantum Amplification”
- Rob Schoelkopf, “RF Control Electronics for Superconducting Qubits”
- Danielle Speller and Kelly Backes, “Quantum Sensors for Axion Detection with the Haloscope at Yale Sensitive to Axion CDM (HAYSTAC)”
- Jack Harris, “Optomechanical quantum sensors”
- David Moore, “Precision force sensing”
- Laura Newburgh, “Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) at the Atacama Cosmology Telescope (ACT)”