The MIT Startup Exchange Talks listed below are part of the full agenda for Quantum Sensor Technology webinar running from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM, EST.
In recent years, quantum sensing has become a distinct and rapidly growing branch within quantum science and technology. Quantum sensing offers great potential for high sensitivity and precision sensors in many fields, such as metrology, imaging, healthcare, material, and energy. In this webinar, you will learn the latest developments in quantum sensing research from leading MIT faculty, as well as meet MIT Startup Exchange entrepreneurs whose companies have been developing some of the most innovative quantum sensing applications.
Seabron Adamson is a co-founder and current CFO of Quantum Diamond Technologies, a Massachusetts startup using NV diamond-based quantum sensors to commercialize a new class of ultrasensitive, fast and flexible biomarker diagnostics. Originally trained in physics, he has also had an extensive career in economic consulting and investment management.
Dr. Vikas Anant is the founder and CEO of Photon Spot, Inc. He received his MS and Ph.D. from MIT, and B.E. from the Cooper Union, all in electrical engineering. Photon Spot will be 13 years old this year, and is based in Los Angeles area. The detectors, cryostats, and software developed by Photon Spot have been used by top research groups and national labs around the world, including for several past and upcoming NASA missions.
Disclaimer: MIT Startup Exchange can make introductions that ideally provide open ended discussions in order to share mutual interests and potentially create common ground that incite the parties to collaborate. MIT Startup Exchange introductions may eventually lead to mutual partnerships, but that is not in any way guaranteed by MIT, MIT Corporate Relations, MIT Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) or MIT Startup Exchange, which takes no responsibility for these outcomes and no formal part in such discussions following our introduction. MIT Startup Exchange and its activities and events are not for purposes of soliciting investment or offering securities.