The Quantum Communications Hub, funded through the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme, is a major collaboration of universities, numerous private sector companies and public sector bodies brought together to accelerate the development and commercialisation of quantum secure communications technologies and services at all distance scales.
The main vision of the Quantum Communications Hub is to deliver future-proof, practical, secure communications by exploiting the commercialisation potential of existing prototype quantum secure technologies beyond their current limitations; to contribute to the establishment of a quantum communications technology industry in the UK; and to feed its future expansion, competitiveness, diversification and sustainability.
Quantum Enhanced Imaging research and development is testing the limits of imaging as we currently understand it! – live webinar
The Institution of Engineering and Technology is hosting a series of webinars on Quantum Engineering, raising awareness of the new opportunities created in engineering by the emerging quantum technologies. This the fifth of six webinars. Speakers: Dr Murray Reed and Professor Steve Beaumont Abstract: QLM is a start-up out of the University of Bristol using quantum […]
The National Quantum Computing Centre: Quantum algorithms, applications and advantage – live webinar
The Institution of Engineering and Technology is hosting a series of webinars on Quantum Engineering, raising awareness of the new opportunities created in engineering by the emerging quantum technologies. This is the final webinar of the series of six. Speaker: Dr Michael Cuthbert Abstract: In this webinar building on the prior series webinar from the Quantum Computing […]