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UK National Quantum Technology Showcase 2015 - Event and Conference

National Network of Quantum Technology Hubs

Wednesday, 11 November 2015 from 10:00 to 16:00 (GMT)

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This showcase is for companies, technology providers as well as potential users interested in new technologies being developed as part of the government’s £270M investment in quantum technologies and how industry can benefit from this investment.

The UK National Quantum Technology Programme (UK NQTP) Showcase is a unique opportunity to meet the four UK Quantum Technology Hubs - a consortium of 17 UK universities, and find out about the latest advances in imaging, sensing, metrology, secure communication and computing.

You will also discover how industrial collaboration is leading to applications for these new technologies in market sectors such as agriculture, defense and security, environmental monitoring, automotive, oil and gas, medical imaging, navigation, communications and information processing and how your company or sector could get involved.

Our exhibition has live technology demonstrators running throughout the day, especially designed to showcase the potential applications and will be a chance for visitors to discuss possible opportunities with the hubs. You can drop in anytime to visit those.

At our conference, speakers from industry and the hubs will be sharing their perspective on the UK commercial opportunities in the field of quantum technology and highlighting progress made in the first year of the programme.

Confirmed Speakers
• Prof David Delpy – Chair, UK NQTP Strategic Advisory Board
• Prof Miles Padgett – Principal Investigator, QuantIC (Quantum Enhanced Imaging)
• Prof Kai Bongs – Director, UK NQT Hub in Sensors & Metrology
• Prof Ian Walmsley – Director, NQIT (Networked Quantum Information Technologies)
• Prof Tim Spiller – Director, Quantum Communications Hub
• Dr Trevor Cross – e2v (Industry key note speaker)
• Mr Graeme Malcolm – MSquared (Industry key note speaker)

Programme Schedule 






Registration & Coffee – networking around technology exhibits


Welcome - David Delpy


Introduction to the UKNQT


Exhibition officially opens


One minute silence for Remembrance Day



Sensing & Imaging Technology

(Birmingham / Glasgow)






Communications & Computing Technology  (York /Oxford)




Industry engagement session -Innovate UK/ e2v / M Squared Lasers


Exhibition closes at 1600hrs


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When & Where

The Royal Society
6-9 Carlton House Terrace
SW1Y 5AG London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 11 November 2015 from 10:00 to 16:00 (GMT)

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National Network of Quantum Technology Hubs

The Quantum Technology Hubs are the core investment of the UK National Quantum Technology Programme. The programme has created a network of Hubs with substantial budgets for technology research and associated capital equipment funding, each of which is focused around a particular suite of emerging quantum technologies.

The Hubs work together to form a national network of expertise that underpins the UK’s capability to develop new technologies based upon quantum effects. The Hub network works in partnership with the academic base, UK industries, and public sector stakeholders to maximise the potential impact of these new technologies for the benefit of the UK.

Links to each of the four QT Hubs are provided below:

UK QT Hub for Sensors and Metrology

UK QT Hub for Networked Quantum Information Technology

UK QT Hub for Quantum Communication Technology

UK QT Hub for Quantum Enhanced Imaging - QUANTIC

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