IEEESGFest2021 [Tech Webinar]: Deterministic, scalable, and entanglement efficient initialization of arbitrary quantum states

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About the Event

IEEE Singapore Festival 2021

This year, we celebrate the 12th annual IEEE Day across the globe on 5 October. In the spirit of IEEE Day 2021, we are delighted to host the “IEEE Singapore Festival 2021”. Beginning on 5 October, the one-week festival will include an all-virtual series of technical and professional talks, networking sessions, and fun social contests.

This festival is jointly organised by the IEEE Young Professionals Singapore and IEEE Women in Engineering Singapore affinity groups.

#IEEESGFest2021     #IEEEDaySG


Dr. Junyi Lee
Scientist, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE)

Junyi Lee received his B.A. in physics from the University of Chicago in 2012 and went on to pursue his Ph.D. in physics at Princeton University under the tutelage of Professor Michael Romalis. During his time at Princeton, Junyi improved the best laboratory limits of the (hypothetical) axion’s anomalous coupling to nucleons by an order of magnitude over two decades of axion mass range using a K-3He co-magnetometer and two slabs of 250 kg Pb weights. Junyi is currently interested in applying spin-squeezing techniques to improve the sensitivity per unit volume of scalar atomic magnetometers operating in geomagnetic fields, and he is also separately leading an effort to harness quantum computing for the optimization of non-linear optical elements. In his spare time, Junyi enjoys being out in the mountains hiking, camping, or skiing – assuming he gets there without misplacing his car keys first!

Date & Time of Event

6 October 2021

7:00 PM – 8:00 PM (SGT)


Online via Zoom