The Quantum Communications Hub is a technology research and development consortium of UK Universities, industrial partners and public sector stakeholders, funded through the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme and focused on developing quantum secure communications technologies, with the aim to advance proved concepts such as quantum key distribution (QKD) systems to a commercialisation-ready stage.

News

New Hub Paper: 'Deterministic Teleportation and Universal Computation Without Particle Exchange'

By Hatim Salih, Jonte R. Hance, Will McCutcheon, Terry Rudolph, and John Rarity...Read more

‘Future Horizons for Photonics Research 2030 and beyond’ report released

The Photonics Leadership Group and the All-Party Parliamentary Group in Photonics and Quantum have released...Read more

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Events

Quantum R&D is more than just Qubits and Quantum Computers!

The UK through a mix of government and industry funding has committed more than £1Bn...Read more

Let's Get Physical - 12th - 16th October 2020, Online

The Tommy Flower’s Institute will be hosting a full week of Physics packed sessions with...Read more

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