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27 February 2023 / 15:00 - 17:00 CET
EPIC Online Technology Meeting on Quantum Metrology and Quantum Sensors
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Europe is pushing for the industrialization of Quantum Sensors. This meeting will explore the future applications of quantum sensors such as ion traps,gravimeters, accelerometers, as well as quantum-enhanced imaging systems, such as SPADs and low-lightcameras. In the course of this meeting, we will engage with the key players. That includes companies working on maturing quantum sensing solutions discussing with visionary end-users.

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15:00 – 15:05 Opening by Ivan Nikitski, Photonics Technology Manager at EPIC

15:05 – 15:25 Bosch Quantum Sensing Create the Unthinkable – The Power of Quantum Sensing – Katrin Kobe, CEO
15:25 – 15:40 ExailIndustrial Quantum Gravity Sensors for Field Applications – Vincent Menoret, Head of Inertial Quantum Sensors R&D
15:40 – 15:55 Q.ANT – Andreas Schürzinger, Sales Lead
15:55 – 16:10 STMicroelectronics Colloidal Quantum Dot Image Sensors – Jonathan Steckel, Technical Fellow & Director of Advanced Technology Imaging
16:10 – 16:25 QnamiQuantum Sensing to Enable New Energy Efficient Memory Devices – Marco Nordmann, Product Manager
16:25 – 16:40 GLOphotonicsQuantum Sensing in the Palm of Your Hand – Devang Naik, Quantum Expert
16:40 – 16:55 FemtoprintGlass 3D Micro-manufacturing for Monolithically Integrated Quantum Devices – Enrico Casamenti, Research & Development Engineer

16:55 – 17:00 Closing by Ivan Nikitski, Photonics Technology Manager at EPIC


Dr. Katrin Kobe is the CEO of the internal start-up “Bosch Quantum Sensing” and holds a
PhD in physics. She has nearly 30 years of experience with technology companies. Dr.
Katrin Kobe worked as a top management consultant at McKinsey and more than 20 years
in operational top management positions. She has international experience and was
responsible for subsidiaries in Eastern Europe and China. Her industry experience includes
plant and mechanical engineering, automotive, sensor technology, medical technology and
energy. She is a specialist for product strategies, business model innovations and high-value
technology products.

Vincent Ménoret is a senior R&D Scientist at Exail (formerly Muquans / iXblue) where he led the development of the first industrial quantum gravity sensors. His work focuses on cold atom sensors for gravity measurements and inertial navigation.

Head of Inertial Quantum Sensors R&D at Exail

Jonathan Steckel is currently a Fellow and Director in Imaging at STMircoelectronics in Grenoble, France, driving the commercialization of colloidal QD image sensor technology and prior to this he was a Lead Technologist at Apple in displays and sensors and the co-founder of QD Vision in Boston responsible for the commercialization of the world’s first QD containing TVs with Sony.

Technical Fellow & Director of Advanced Technology Imaging at STMicroelectronics

As Qnami's Product Director, Marco drives the strategic product roadmap with a focus on customer experience, leveraging his background in electron microscopy and nano positioning.

Product Manager at Qnami
Devang Naik
Quantum Expert at GLOphotonics

Enrico Casamenti is an R&D engineer at FEMTOprint where he is focused on process development and optimization, especially for ion traps and optical connectors.

Research & Development Engineer at FemtoPrint
Ivan Nikitski, PhD
Ivan Nikitski, PhD
Technology Expert for Quantum and Integrated Photonics
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