A new generation of quantum technologies has moved beyond simply exploiting naturally occurring quantum effects. They are now driving and enabling a new generation of hitherto impossible devices and systems from breathtakingly powerful medical imaging devices to entirely new methods of computing to solve currently intractable problems – all made possible by the engineering of quantum effects into next-generation technologies.
In the Autumn Statement 2013 the UK government announced an investment of £270m over five years into a National Quantum Technologies Programme to get quantum technology out of laboratories and into the marketplace, to boost British business and make a real difference to our everyday lives.
The UK National Quantum Technologies Programme aims to ensure the successful transition of quantum technologies from laboratory to industry. The programme is delivered by EPSRC, Innovate UK, STFC, BEIS, NPL, GCHQ, Dstl and the KTN.
£120 million investment in four hubs that will explore the properties of quantum mechanics and how they can be harnessed for use in technology.
Supporting training and skills within the field of quantum technologies.
Early and established career stage academics whose research focuses on the direct exploitation of quantum phenomena to address the challenges of translation of quantum science through technology to eventual application.
Information regarding the National Quantum Computing Centre
Providing the measurement expertise and facilities needed to underpin the development of quantum technologies.
Information on the governance structure of the National Quantum Technologies Programme in Phase two. Information on the previous Advisory group from Phase one can be found under Strategic Advisory Board (2014-2019).
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