The world is in the midst of a second Quantum revolution. Spurred by giant leaps in the ability to detect and manipulate single quantum objects, the technology ecosystem is making huge strides in developing and commercialising applications like Quantum Computing, Communications and Sensors. At Oxford Instruments, we are at the forefront of enabling solutions for Quantum Technologies development.
Whether you need to cool your system to milli-Kelvin temperatures, observe the quantum entanglement in photons or fabricate and characterise qubits and novel quantum materials, our solutions enable you to achieve your goals. In this talk, I will give an overview of state-of-the-art Oxford Instruments technologies for research on quantum science and for the development of next-generation qubits, sensors and data communication.
Dr Ravi Sundaram is the Head of strategic R&D Markets at Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology responsible for leading the market strategy and collaborative R&D activity globally. He has been involved in materials research in several institutions such as EPFL, Switzerland, Max Planck Institute Stuttgart, Germany, IBM T.J Watson Research Labs, NY and Cambridge University where he worked on several aspects of 1D and 2D materials-based research from synthesis, fundamental science to prototype applications in sensors, optoelectronics and electronics. He joined Oxford Instruments to lead and coordinate R&D efforts towards 2D materials products. Currently, he is responsible for strategy and business development in key R&D markets such as Quantum Technologies, 2Dmaterials, biomedical devices, integrated photonics among others.