Quantum sensing and quantum engineering: a strategy for acceleration via metascience

Proceedings of Spie: Quantum Sensing, Imaging, and Precision Metrology 12447 (2023)
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Research and engineering in the quantum domain involve long chains of activity involving theory development, hypothesis formation, experimentation, device prototyping, device testing, and many more. At each stage multiple paths become possible, and of the paths pursued, the majority will lead nowhere. Our quantum metascience approach provides a strategy which enables all stakeholders to gain an overview of those developments along these tracks, that are relevant to their specific concerns. It provides a controlled vocabulary, built out of terms that are designed to be maximally comprehensible to all groups of stakeholders and across all the sub-fields of the quantum domain.

Author Profiles

Jobst Landgrebe
State University of New York (SUNY)
Barry Smith
University at Buffalo


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