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2019

31 October 2019

Our final year report for the first phase of the programme is now published!

Thanks to all the Hub colleagues, partners and collaborators who have contributed to our fifth...Read more

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28 October 2019

A Celebration of QuantIC

To mark the end of the first phase of QuantIC, we are offering you the opportunity to join us as we celebrate the …

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24 October 2019

Postgraduate Open Day 20 November

Bristol Postgraduate open day is on Wednesday 20 November from 1 pm to 5.30 pm. Book your place today and join us to find out more about postgraduate life at Bristol


24 October 2019

Quantum Engineering Open Day 05 December

Our 2019 Open Day took place on 05 December which included Presentations, Lab Tours and Q&A Sessions with current students and staff members


24 October 2019

Women in Quantum Engineering event 4-5 December

This two-day event took place on 4/5th December and was aimed at encouraging female and non-binary students to consider continuing their quantum technology studies to PhD level.


11 October 2019

Hub partner Bristol demonstrates first QKD over 5G network application

Bristol, 3 September 2019 The completion of the UK’s Quantum Network (UKQN) came one step...Read more

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27 September 2019

Apply now for Interim Leadership Team of National Quantum Computing Centre

As part of the UK’s National Quantum Technologies Programme, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is leading a programme to establish a National Quantum Computing Centre, which includes a commitment of £93m over 5 years, dedicated to drive development in the field of Quantum Computing and to place the UK at the forefront of the field.


03 September 2019

NQIT Researchers at QuHackEd, Scotland's First Quantum Hackathon

NQIT researchers recently took part in Scotland's first quantum hackathon, QuHackEd, organised by The University of Edinburgh's School of Informatics. It was an exciting opportunity to learn more about recent developments in quantum computing. There were expert talks and writing programs for real quantum computers, as well as discussions with industry partners.

Watch a highlight video of the event:


30 August 2019

The quiet revolution of quantum sensors

“The beauty of quantum technology is that we are far from its physical limits” states Professor Kai Bongs, Director of the UK National Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology, in the August edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). Written by Stephen Battersby, the
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27 August 2019

Two new research posts are available in our Hub!

Following the notification of the successful outcome of our Hub’s proposal for a further five...Read more

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