05 December 2018
Alasdair Price, a student from the first cohort of the Quantum Engineering CDT, was one of four finalists in the Safe and Secure Cyber Security category for his work on integrating quantum key distribution with real-world communication networks, development of next-generation protocols, and advancing the state-of-the-art in chip-scale devices.
01 December 2018
QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, London 9 November 2018 The quantum community gathered once again earlier...Read more
13 November 2018
The UK Government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) brings together leading research and business to...Read more
12 November 2018
Earlier this month, QECDT students Alasdair Price and Henry Sememenko were invited to the House of Lords, where they were presented with the Runner Up prize for “Inspirational STEM Engagement Project” at the prestigious STEM Inspiration Awards.
08 November 2018
Oxford HighQ, a quantum technologies spinout from Oxford University, has launched with £2.1m in seed funding to commercialise components of quantum computing technology developed at the University, providing a step change in performance for chemical and nanoparticle sensing.
06 November 2018
Quantum Engineering CDT students begin to submit their theses and complete their vivas
06 November 2018
Quantum Innovation Lab event in Bristol 7th-8th March 2019
30 October 2018
The UK has made an ambitious commitment to build a quantum computer. This intention will put the UK at the forefront of delivering the next information revolution, by harnessing the power of this extraordinary new quantum-based technology to solve otherwise intractable problems with real-world benefits.
27 October 2018
Last month the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced renewed government investment of £80m (plus £15m for...Read more
24 September 2018
Over four days in September, the Quantum Communications Hub co-ordinated the presence of the Quantum...Read more
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