Visualize Science 2022: Quantum Edition

Artists and scientists with a Yale affiliation are invited to participate in the second annual competition, held at the Yale Wright Laboratory, for teams of artists and scientists to collaborate and create a conceptual model of a quantum concept (to be revealed at the start of the competition) and realize it in either two- or three-dimensional format using materials provided for the competition. This event is part of the programming for Quantum Week at Yale.

NPA Seminar, Christopher Swank, CalTech, “Advanced Critical Spin Dressing”

Abstract: The neutron electric dipole moment (nEDM) experiment at the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) will measure the nEDM via interaction with Helium-3. Ultimate sensitivity will be reached in that apparatus by using the critical spin dressing technique. Critical spin dressing is the application of an off-resonant oscillatory field that dresses the neutron and Helium-3 spins to have the same effective Larmor precession. Advanced critical spin dressing techniques are in development that can provide high sensitivity measurements of magnetic field gradients with a large dynamic range.

The Kimball Smith Series, Sasha Brown, Marynel Vázquez, Wendall Wallach, "AI Ethics on the Global Stage"

AI Ethics on the Global Stage
Join us on Tuesday, November 30th, 2021 at 4 PM in Watson Center (WTS) A74 for a moderated panel followed by small group discussions about artificial intelligence in the contemporary global climate.
The panel will feature experts Wendall Wallach (Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics), Sasha Brown (World Fellows Program) and Marynel Vázquez (Interactive Machines Group).
Attendees will learn about how AI works and is applied, key recent innovations, current ethical questions, and AI’s impact on the global economy and politics.

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