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Quantum Sensors for HEP

US/Eastern
Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory (Yale University)

Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory

Yale University

17 Hillhouse Ave., 4th floor New Haven, CT 06511
Aaron Chou (Fermilab), Kathryn Zurek (Caltech), Kent Irwin (Stanford University and SLAC), Reina Maruyama (Yale University)
Description

The goal of this workshop is to explore the most promising directions for applying quantum sensing technologies to DOE-OHEP science targets, with a focus on sensors that could be deployed in future DOE-funded experiments.  While we will provide an overview of existing DOE-OHEP quantum sensing programs for context, the workshop's main emphasis will be on novel ideas that can form the foundation of new DOE-OHEP quantum sensing programs or possibly to significantly enhance current programs. The goal is to pinpoint areas where DOE-OHEP can have a unique impact, leveraging its people, technological capabilities, and facilities. We are particularly interested in identifying new research directions not currently covered by existing funding sources and which could benefit the DOE-OHEP mission.


The in-person workshop is open to invited participants and we will have a hybrid town hall to capture ideas from the broader community.  Travel and other local information can be found on the event page here: https://campuspress.yale.edu/quantisedhep23/.

Participants
  • Aaron Chou
  • Alexander Sushkov
  • Ben Loer
  • Chelsea Bartram
  • Clarence Chang
  • Cristián Peña
  • Dale Li
  • Daniel Carney
  • David Hume
  • David Leibrandt
  • David Moore
  • David Schuster
  • Gustavo Cancelo
  • Helmut Marsiske
  • Holger Mueller
  • Hsiao-Mei Cho
  • Jack Harris
  • Karl Berggren
  • Kent Irwin
  • Konrad Lehnert
  • Lee McCuller
  • Lindley Winslow
  • M SPIROPULU
  • Marianna Safronova
  • Matt Pyle
  • Matt Shaw
  • Maurice Garcia-Sciveres
  • Noah Kurinsky
  • O. Keith Baker
  • Paul Stankus
  • Peter Graham
  • Rakshya Khatiwada
  • Raphael Pooser
  • Raymond Bunker
  • Reina Maruyama
  • Roni Harnik
  • Salman Habib
  • Scott Hertel
  • Si Xie
  • Steven Lamoreaux
  • Surjeet Rajendran
  • Tim Kovachy
    • 8:30 AM
      Breakfast / coffee YQI 400 (Yale Quantum Institute)

      YQI 400

      Yale Quantum Institute

      17 Hillhouse Ave., 4th floor New Haven, CT 06511
    • Introduction and organization YQI Seminar Room (YQI)

      YQI Seminar Room

      YQI

      17 Hillhouse, 4th Fl

      Review goals of workshop, guidance from DOE, and organize working groups and timeline.

      • 1
        Welcome to Yale
      • 2
        Introduction, discussion of goals of workshop
        Speakers: Aaron Chou (Fermilab), Kent Irwin (Stanford University and SLAC), Reina Maruyama (Yale University)
      • 3
        Fundamental Physics with Quantum Sensors
        Speaker: Surjeet Rajendran (Johns Hopkins University)
      • 4
        QIS for HEP 2025+: Theory Targets and Opportunities
        Speaker: Kathryn Zurek (Caltech)
      • 5
        Q&A, logistics
        Speakers: Aaron Chou (Fermilab), Kent Irwin (Stanford University and SLAC), Reina Maruyama (Yale University)
    • 10:45 AM
      Coffee break Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory

      Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory

      Yale University

      17 Hillhouse Ave., 4th floor New Haven, CT 06511
    • Organize and mobilize Seminar Room & Conference Room (YQI)

      Seminar Room & Conference Room

      YQI

      • 6
        Discussion of working group logistics, goals YQI Seminar Room

        YQI Seminar Room

        YQI

        Speakers: Aaron Chou (Fermilab), Kent Irwin (Stanford University and SLAC), Reina Maruyama (Yale University)
      • 7
        Breakout into separate working groups Seminar Room & Conference Room

        Seminar Room & Conference Room

        YQI

    • Lunch YQI

      YQI

    • Hybrid town hall 1: Dark waves, sensor networks, interferometry YQI Seminar Room (YQI)

      YQI Seminar Room

      YQI

      Zoom town hall to collect input from community

      • 8
        The need for quantum sensors for HEP science
        Speaker: Aaron Chou (Fermilab)
      • 9
        Superconducting Nanowire Single Photon Detectors with Ultra-low energy threshold
        Speaker: Matt Shaw (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
      • 10
        Axion DM with low-threshold SNSPDs
        Speaker: Cristián Peña (Fermilab)
      • 11
        Improvements to the LAMPOST Experiment
        Speaker: Stewart Koppell (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
      • 12
        Precision Timing and Scalable Readout for low threshold SNSPDs
        Speaker: Si Xie
      • 13
        Dielectric Powder as an Axion/Dark Photon Haloscope
        Speaker: Stewart Koppell (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
      • 14
        Quantum Capacitance Detectors for Terahertz Single Photon Counting
        Speaker: Pierre Echternach (JPL)
      • 15
        Dark Matter detection with Quantum Capacitance Detectors
        Speaker: Rakshya Khatiwada
      • 16
        Kinetic Inductance Traveling-Wave Parametric Amplifiers
        Speaker: Ritoban Basu Thakur (California Institute of Technology)
      • 17
        Cavity Optomechanical Search for Axions
        Speaker: Yogesh Patil (Yale University)
      • 18
        Converting Interferometers into HEP dectors with high-isolation single-photon detection
        Speaker: Lee McCuller (Caltech)
      • 19
        Testing the standard model and probing the dark sector by measuring the fine structure constant
        Speaker: Holger Mueller (UC Berkeley)
      • 20
        MAGIS: Extending High Energy Physics with Atom Interferometry
        Speaker: Sanha Cheong (Stanford / SLAC)
      • 21
        Distributed Atomic Sensing in the Long Island Quantum Network
        Speaker: Julian Martinez-Rincon (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
      • 22
        Direct detection of ultralight dark matter with space quantum sensors
        Speaker: Yu-Dai Tsai (University of California, Irvine)
      • 23
        Quantum-Assisted Optical Interferometry for Precision Astrometry
        Speaker: Paul Stankus (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
      • 24
        Training chatGPT on quantum impedance networks of QED
        Speaker: Peter Cameron (Michigan/MIT/Brookhaven (retired))
    • 3:30 PM
      Coffee break Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory

      Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory

      Yale University

      17 Hillhouse Ave., 4th floor New Haven, CT 06511
    • Hybrid town hall 2: Dark particles, phonons, optomechanics, sensor arrays Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory

      Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory

      Yale University

      17 Hillhouse Ave., 4th floor New Haven, CT 06511
      • 25
        Exploiting the Physics of the Field for Compute-in-Sensor
        Speaker: Francois Leonard (Sandia National Laboratories)
      • 26
        Understanding and Mitigating quasi-particle excess due to phonons and IR produced by stress relaxation
        Speaker: matt pyle (University of California Berkeley)
      • 27
        Material science of quantum sensors
        Speaker: Sergey Pereverzev (LLNL)
      • 28
        Sapphire substrate qubits for low mass Dark Matter searches
        Speaker: Rakshya Khatiwada
      • 29
        Optical Strain Sensing for Particle Detection
        Speaker: Dylan Temples (Fermilab)
      • 30
        Closing the Loop on Quantum Research with Skipper-CCDs: DOE-OHEP's Contribution to Advancements in Quantum Sensing
        Speaker: Javier Tiffenberg (Fermilab)
      • 31
        Nuclear decays with mechanical quantum sensors
        Speaker: Daniel Carney (Berkeley National Lab)
      • 32
        The Windchime Project
        Speaker: Rafael Lang (Purdue University)
      • 33
        Back action evasion and quantum noise reduction in quantum magnetometers for particle and field detectors
        Speaker: Claire Marvinney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
      • 34
        Quantum Enhanced Detection of Quantum Fields and Particles through Networked Entangled Sensors
        Speaker: Alberto Marino (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
      • 35
        Entanglement-enhanced optomechanical dark matter detectors
        Speaker: Dalziel Wilson (University of Arizona)
      • 36
        Rydberg atoms as single-photon detectors for axions
        Speaker: Reina Maruyama (Yale University)
      • 37
        Noble and Alkali Spin Detectors for Ultralight Coherent darK matter (NASDUCK)
        Speaker: Itay Bloch (LBNL)
    • 8:30 AM
      Breakfast / coffee YQI 400 (Yale Quantum Institute)

      YQI 400

      Yale Quantum Institute

      17 Hillhouse Ave., 4th floor New Haven, CT 06511
    • Parallel working groups YQI 402 (YQI)

      YQI 402

      YQI

      17 Hillhouse AVE
    • Tour of Wright Lab, lunch, cross-group discussion WL 216 (Wright Lab)

      WL 216

      Wright Lab

      272 Whitney Ave. New Haven, CT 06511
    • Parallel working groups YQI 402, 434, 335 (YQI)

      YQI 402, 434, 335

      YQI

      17 Hillhouse Ave New Haven, CT 06511
    • 3:00 PM
      Coffee break Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory

      Yale Quantum Institute / Wright Laboratory

      Yale University

      17 Hillhouse Ave., 4th floor New Haven, CT 06511
    • Plenary: Technology discussion, synthesis of strategic plan YQI 402, 434, 335 (YQI)

      YQI 402, 434, 335

      YQI

      17 Hillhouse Ave New Haven, CT 06511
    • 8:30 AM
      Breakfast / coffee WL-216 (Wright Laboratory)

      WL-216

      Wright Laboratory

      272 Whitney Ave. New Haven, CT 06511
    • Strategy discussion, outlining report WL 216 (Wright Laboratory)

      WL 216

      Wright Laboratory

      272 Whitney Ave. New Haven, CT 06511
    • Lunch and adjourn WL 216 (Wright Laboratory)

      WL 216

      Wright Laboratory