ARTIQ (Advanced Real-Time Infrastructure for Quantum Physics) is an advanced control system for quantum information experiments, particularly useful with ion traps. Initiated by the Ion Storage Group at NIST, it is now used and supported by several research institutions worldwide. This meeting is an activity within the COST Action on Trapped Ions: Progress in Classical and Quantum Applications CA17113 and it is intended to provide information on the application of ARTIQ in the ion trapping community and to put in contact ion trappers for common developments. It will consist of several presentations covering a range of topics by Sébastien Bourdeauducq (M-Labs), Nils Huntemann (PTB-Braunschweig), Robert Jördens (QARTIQ and M-labs), Philip Kent (NIST-Boulder), Norman Krackow (QUARTIQ and TU Berlin), Richard Lange (PTB-Braunschweig), Tanja Mehlstäubler (PTB-Braunschweig), and David Nadlinger (Oxford).
There will be two sessions with open discussions at the end of each session.
Organizers: Daniel Rodríguez, Markus Hennrich, and Robert Jördens.