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Overcoming current technology limitations through world-class research and development

The Quantum Communications Hub is a technology research and development collaboration of UK Universities, industrial partners and public sector stakeholders brought together to accelerate the commercialisation of secure quantum communications technologies and services at all distance scales.

The Hub is funded through the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme, a £1 billion investment over 10 years, aimed at creating a coherent government, industry and academic quantum technology community that gives the UK a world-leading position in the emerging multi-billion-pound new quantum technology markets, and at substantially enhancing the value of some of the biggest UK-based industries.

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Our upcoming events

Event

9 June 2022

Careers in Quantum 2022

Careers in Quantum is a free Bristol-based event that brings together experts from academia and industry to inform students, young professionals, and researchers on the scope and variety of careers in quantum. The event, which is hosted by the Quantum Engineering Center for Doctoral Training (QECDT), will take place on Thursday 9 June 2022, with applications […]

Event

11 November 2022 (09:00 - 17:00)

Save the date: UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2022

The date of the UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2022 has been confirmed as Friday 11 November 2022. The event will take place physically at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London. The progress made by the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme during 2022 and the growing commercialisation and industrialisation of quantum technologies in the […]