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03 July 2019

Professor Kai Bongs from the University of Birmingham awarded this year’s Institute of Physics Dennis Gabor Medal and Prize of the IoP

The Institute of Physics (IOP) is the UK and Ireland’s professional body for practicing physicists, and has a rich history of supporting and nurturing talent, providing learning resources to schools, colleges and higher education institutions (HEIs), and of advising science and education policy makers. Its awards recognise, celebrate and reflect the impact and applications of
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02 July 2019

QuantIC’s Professor Robert Hadfield awarded James Joule medal

Robert Hadfield, Professor of Photonics at the University of Glasgow, and QuantIC Co-investigator, has been named as the recipient of the Institute of Physics’ James Joule Medal for distinguished contributions to Applied Physics. The award, named in honour of the English physicist and mathematician, has been presented since 2008 to researchers who have made significant advances in applied physics.

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21 June 2019

Bringing the innovation process alive at Laser World of Photonics

QuantIC will be at Laser World of Photonics in Munich from 24-27 June  and will presenting a number of demonstrators to highlight the Hub’s role in translating leading imaging research into innovative technology from initial idea to field testing, prototyping and commercialisation through industrial collaboration.

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12 June 2019

Quantum Engineering at Cheltenham Science Festival


03 June 2019

Euan Allen Awarded 2 Year EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowship


28 May 2019

Fast-track access to the Partnership Resource Fund

We are pleased to announce that fast-track access to the Partnership Resource Fund is now available for proposals of up to £10,000. The objective of the fund is to spread the opportunity to maximise the success of quantum sensors, either within the garida.net UK National Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology, or within wider
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22 May 2019

Government Minister visits the Quantum Technology Hub

The UK National Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology were delighted to receive Chris Skidmore, Minister of State for the Department for Education and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, on Friday 17th May 2019. The visit, led by Dr Simon Bennett, Director of the Quantum Technology Hub and Professor Andy Schofield,
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17 May 2019

Accelerating quantum technologies with materials processing at the atomic scale

An emerging suite of information technologies based on fundamental quantum physics has been given a boost by researchers at the University of Oxford, who have invented a method to engineer single atomic defects in diamond using laser processing.


16 May 2019

QuantIC to showcase industrial collaboration at key photonics industry events this summer

QuantIC will be at Photonex Scotland and Laser World of Photonics next month and will bring  industrial collaboration to the forefront to highlight the Hub’s role in developing new imaging technologies as part of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme.

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30 April 2019

Sensors on satellites

On Friday 26 April, 60 speakers and guests gathered at the Edgbaston Park Hotel to explore how quantum technologies can be used in satellites to measure gravity. Measuring gravity from space has the potential to change the way we are able to predict major geological events such as earthquakes, which in turn helps scientists see
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