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2017

02 February 2017

Two Associate Professorships of Quantum Information Available

The Department of Physics at Oxford University is appointing two Associate Professors (equivalent to Lecturer) or Professors in Quantum Information with effect from 1 October 2017.

Application Deadline: 20 March 2017

One successful candidate will also be offered a Tutorial Fellowship at Keble College, and one successful candidate will also be offered a Tutorial Fellowship at Worcester College


25 January 2017

UK Energy and Industry Minister visits QuantIC

The Energy and Industry Minister Jesse Norman MP visited QuantIC at the University of Glasgow on Monday 23 January as part of the …

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23 January 2017

Route Monkey Takes Quantum Leap for Fleet Optimisation

Trakm8’s optimisation business, Route Monkey, is working with NQIT on a new generation of transport and mobility algorithms for quantum computers. Livingston-based Route Monkey already works with Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh on creating and enhancing innovative algorithms for transport and travel. They are now joining forces with the Networked Quantum Information Technologies (NQIT) Hub, led by the University of Oxford. Together, the three organisations will develop, test and commercialise quantum algorithms.


16 January 2017

New Report Launched: The Commercial Prospects for Quantum Computing

The NQIT User Engagement Team is pleased to present a new market report, "The Commercial Prospects for Quantum Computing", which reviews current commercial activity in quantum computing around the world.

In this report, we cover commercial investment in quantum computing, the current market and research status and public perceptions of this new technology.

We go into more depth on potential market segments and provide a detailed timeline of commercial investment in quantum computing.

2016

16 December 2016

NQIT Studentships Announced

NQIT is pleased to announce that we have 16 PhD studentships available in quantum research groups around the UK. These EPSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) studentships provide funding for a 3-year PhD. Applications are open for all 16 right now and you will need to apply via the host university. Deadlines vary between each university.


16 December 2016

IQT Group at Sussex University is Hiring

Want to help construct a quantum computer demonstrator device, operate a small-scale quantum computer, implement quantum simulations towards quantum supremacy or develop portable quantum sensors? The Sussex Ion Quantum Technology group is expanding their team. We are hiring four PhD students, three Research Fellows, and one electrical engineer. We are looking for outstanding individuals who can think outside the box and are ready to take on a challenge.

We are hiring three Research Fellows in Quantum Device Engineering with specialisation in:


12 December 2016

'Hybrid' Logic Gate named one of Physics World's Breakthroughs of the Year for 2016

A key NQIT publication of 2016 - the demonstration of a quantum 'logic gate' between two different species of ion - has been named one of ten Breakthroughs of the Year in 2016 by Physics World.


05 December 2016

Innovate UK Quantum Technology Funding Success

The University of Birmingham teams of the UK National Quantum Technology Hub in Sensors and Metrology have secured seven projects within the recent Innovate UK call ‘Exploring the commercial application of Quantum Technologies CRD’. This success underpins the strength in depth at the University of Birmingham to accelerate the development of quantum technology sensors and
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05 December 2016

New method developed for creating solid state qubits using lasers

NQIT researchers have taken a significant step forward in the development of solid state spin qubits by developing a new method for forming nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centres in diamond using laser writing. In a new paper published today in Nature Photonics, Yu-Chen Chen and Professor Jason Smith in the Department of Materials at Oxford University, along with Dr Patrick Salter and Prof Martin Booth from the Department of Engineering Science and colleagues at the Universities of Bristol and Warwick, demonstrate controlled generation of single NV centres in diamond at a precise location within the crystal lattice.


05 December 2016

QuantIC brings superconducting detectors from the cold

Alongside leading the advancement of quantum enhanced imaging systems, a major thrust of QuantIC is to accelerate the development of single-photon detection technologies. …

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