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Quantum Technologies

Accelerating exploitation of quantum science to create profitable and sustainable UK business by connecting the supply chain.

Quantum Technologies Special Interest Group

The Quantum Technologies Special Interest Group (QT SIG) will help to maximise the return from the UK Government’s £350m investment over 5 years to commercialise quantum technology. The SIG is a delivery partner in the Programme and supports and connects researchers, technology developers and users to link markets and suppliers to create a self-sustaining and profitable world-class UK quantum technology sector.

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Sponsors and Partners
UK National Quantum Technologies Programme
The Quantum Revolution: Commercialising Quantum Technology
By Bob Cockshott, Knowledge Transfer Manager for Position, Navigation & Timing and Quantum and Quantum Technologies Special Interest Group lead.
Quantum Technologies Strategic Report delivered to ESA and EC
Report aimed at coordinating the research and technological activities at European level presented to European Space Agency and European Commission.
Quantum Technologies Meet Robotics
Applications of sensing, imaging and navigation capabilities offered by quantum technologies, to robotics in workshop event held by KTN in December.
£43m investment to establish world’s first Quantum Technologies Innovation Centre
University of Bristol announce plan to establish Quantum Technologies Innovation Centre to take quantum research from the lab to the commercial world.
Quantum Flagship High-Level expert group publishes final report
Flagship programme sets the strategic agenda for implementation of quantum technology across Europe.
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Funding opportunities

Algorithms and Software for Quantum Computers

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Clarkson Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom