On the afternoon of March 5th, at the invitation of the Key Laboratory of Optical Inertia and Sensing Technology, FANG Jiancheng, the Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Executive Vice President of Beihang University, and his entourage came to Zhejiang University for academic exchange. FANG gave a seminar entitled "Development and Prospects of Quantum Sensing Technology". LIU Gang, Secretary of College of Instrumentation of Beihang University, HAN Bangcheng, Associate Dean and Professor SONG Ningfang attended the seminar. CHEN Zichen, Vice Chairman of the Development Committee of Zhejiang University, former Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee, SHI Hongbing, Dean of the Institute of Advanced Technology, LIU Xiangdong, Dean of College of Optical Science and Engineering(COSE), and DAI Daoxin, Vice President of COSE, attended the seminar. The seminar was held in Room 211, Run Run Shaw Science Museum, Yuquan Campus, Zhejiang University, and was hosted by HU Huizhu, Director of the Key Discipline Laboratory.
FANG first introduced the development of precision measurement technology and the development of quantum sensing technology at home and abroad in an easy-to-understand language, that the development of precision measuring instruments is of high precision, small volume, low cost. Then combined with their own experiences, he introduced the related research progress and industrial prospects of SERF atomic gyro, nuclear magnetic resonance gyro and diamond color gyro. Finally, he introduced the new magnetic source imaging technology based on SERF atomic magnetometer, which is a cross-disciplinary study with cardiac medical imaging, as well as talked about his wished towards new breakthroughs in the field of medical imaging technology. The conference was full of enthusiasm and filled with a strong academic atmosphere. After the meeting, the teachers and students made further discussions with FANG on the issues of interest. In the whole report, the academician presented a rare academic feast in a relaxed and humorous language, so that teachers and students can understand the frontier progress and broad development prospects of quantum sensing technology.