30 July 2018
Professor Ian Walmsley, Professor Winfried Hensinger and Professor Kai Bongs gave oral and written evidence to the UK Parliament Science and Technology Committee on 17 July, along with other academics and representatives from the quantum technologies industry. The Committee’s focus is on the next phase of the National Quantum Technologies Programme, and what is needed to support the UK’s quantum industry going forward.
26 July 2018
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04 July 2018
Quantum City, the joint public engagement initiative by partners of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme, attracted over 6000 visitors at the Cheltenham and Glasgow Science Festivals last month.
26 June 2018
As NQIT Director Professor Ian Walmsley explains in his Foreword:
21 June 2018
The exhibit is a prototype of their 50-qubit quantum computer and will be accompanied by a video explaining what it is and how it works.
13 June 2018
The exercise was carried out in late 2017 by Kantar Media in order to better understand how the public views and feels about the Quantum Technologies (QTs) currently being developed by researchers and their potential applications. Evaluation of the public dialogue and the public dialogue process was carried out by 3KQ. The evaluation report will also be available from EPSRC in due course.
31 May 2018
There is a worldwide research effort to demonstrate the power of quantum computers by using them to solve carefully chosen mathematical problems. The problem should be chosen such that it is easy to solve for a quantum computer, but difficult enough for an ordinary (classical) computer that the quantum computer is finished long before the classical computer is.
23 May 2018
A quantum internet promises completely secure communication. But using quantum bits or qubits to carry information requires a radically new piece of hardware - a quantum memory. This atomic-scale device needs to store quantum information and convert it into light to transmit across the network.
10 May 2018
Quantum Job Fair - Queens Building, Bristol
01 March 2018
NQIT Researchers at Oxford University have set a new speed record for the 'logic gates' that form the building blocks of quantum computing - a technology that could transform the way we process information.