From June 30 to July 2, the 9th International Symposium on Cold Atomic Physics (ISCAP) was held in Quanzhou, Fujian, China, hosted by the Atomic Molecular Physics Committee of the Chinese Physical Society and organized by the National Time Service Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. CIQTEK attended the conference and introduced the solutions and products in the field of cold atomic physics.
The Conference Hall of 9th International Symposium on Cold Atom Physics
Cold atomic physics is a research hotspot, which has important scientific significance and application value for precision measurement research, fundamental theory testing, quantum information technology development, etc.
The conference focused on cold atoms and molecules, Bose-Einstein condensation and simplicial Fermi gases, atomic optics and matter-wave interference, atomic frequency scaling and precision measurement physics, quantum information, quantum simulation and quantum computing, cold atom-based gravitational wave, dark matter and dark energy detection.
Group Photo of 9th International Symposium on Cold Atom Physics
At the conference, CIQTEK introduced solutions and products in the field of cold atomic physics, including time-to-digital converters, arbitrary waveform generators, digital delay pulse generators, lock-in amplifiers, etc.
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CIQTEK staff communicating with conference attendees
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