Quantum-enhanced and portable optical magnetometry


On September 15, 2023, at 02:30 pm, in the Conference Room of Building M (floor -1), at the Campus INRiM, in Strada delle Cacce 91, in Torino, Dr. Mario Coccia (University of Bari Aldo Moro / ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences), will hold the technical seminar “Quantum-enhanced and portable optical magnetometry”.

The technical seminar can also be followed by connecting to the following Gmeet link: https://meet.google.com/dwq-dmkh-mgi  

Participation is free and open to all.

Key information

When: September 15 2023, 02:30 pm

Where: Conference Room, Building M, floor -1

Title: Quantum-enhanced and portable optical magnetometry

Speaker: Gianvito Lucivero

Affiliation: University of Bari Aldo Moro / ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences

Short Bio

Dr. Lucivero graduated in 2010 in experimental quantum optics at "Sapienza" University in Rome, in the group of Prof. Fabio Sciarrino. 

In 2011, he joined the "Atomic Quantum Optics" group of Prof. Morgan Mitchell at ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, where he got his PhD "cum laude" with the thesis: "Quantum metrology with high-density atomic vapors and squeezed states of light". 

Between 2016 and 2019, he worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Princeton University (Prof. Michael Romalis’ Group), where he studied the fundamental effects of atomic diffusion and used a new generation of multipass cells for optically pumped magnetometers (OPMs). 

These research activities contributed to the first detection of biomagnetism in unshielded environments using atomic quantum sensors. Since October 2019, he has been a MSCA fellow (PROBIST) at ICFO, with the project "Integrated Atomic Quantum Sensing", aiming at the development of miniaturized and lab-on-chip atomic quantum devices. 

Since 2021, he has been Lecturer of Quantum Sensing in the Master of Quantum Science and Technology, coordinated by the University of Barcelona (UB). In February 2023 he was appointed Assistant Professor at the University of Bari, where he is starting new research activities on atomic quantum technologies. He has co-authored more than 20 articles in Quantum Optics, Atomic Physics, and Optical Magnetometry.

Tipo di evento
Technical seminar with Gianvito Lucivero