Current gas detection techniques are incredibly advanced – can we really do anything better? At Cambridge Consultants, we believe that the emerging atomic state control techniques of quantum sensors can offer improvements to a broad array of industries.

It's easy to make sense of ordered data, yet unfortunately the current world tends to be disordered. But it doesn't have to be. By using lasers and electromagnetic fields we can control the internal quantum state of atomic and molecular systems, allowing us to imbue order into an otherwise disordered system.

In this video, I explore how quantum state control can enable novel sensing modalities and enhance existing ‘classical’ techniques. If it’s an area of application engineering that sounds relevant to you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss the possibilities.

Author
Mark Brannan
Senior Physicist

Mark is an experimental quantum physicist, with a PhD in atomic physics from the University of Birmingham. As an expert in rapid prototyping of instrumentation, Mark has developed hardware for cutting-edge fundamental research, industrial sensors and consumer products.