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Leaders of the Quantum Technologies revolution come to Bristol for BQIT:16 8 April 2016 From the 6 - 8th April 2016, 200 academics and industry leaders headed to Bristol for the annual Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop (BQIT) 2016.
  • Light: can you feel the force? 25 April 2016
  • New paper in Optica for CQP physicists 15 April 2016 Physicists at the Centre for Quantum Photonics, University of Bristol have made improvements in loss, which will allow this quantum photonic interconnect to provide new levels of flexibility in quantum systems and architectures.
  • Leaders of the Quantum Technologies revolution come to Bristol for BQIT:16 8 April 2016 From the 6 - 8th April 2016, 200 academics and industry leaders headed to Bristol for the annual Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop (BQIT) 2016.
  • Bristol physicists fly drone over Old Trafford to research landmine clearance 5 April 2016 University of Bristol physicists researching how drones can be used to speed up landmine clearance flew a drone over Old Trafford on Monday 4th April 2016 – UN International Day for Mine Awareness – to demonstrate how large, football pitch-sized areas can be mapped quickly.
  • Future Brunels visit the Centre for Quantum Photonics 18 March 2016 For the second year in a row, Bristol Optical Students’ Society (BOSS) hosted the visit of a new generation of young “Future Brunels” in the Centre for Quantum Photonics (CQP).
  • School of Physics newsletter - special undergraduate edition 16 March 2016 Students at the University of Bristol's School of Physics tell us what a welcoming and supportive place it is to study. To give you a taste of student life we have produced a special newsletter.
  • Golden opportunities for Bristol PhD student Euan Allen 15 March 2016 Bristol University PhD student, Euan Allen has won a prestigious Gold award at the final of the SET for Britain Exhibition, held in Westminster on Monday 7th March.
  • Bristol leading on Quantum Innovation 1 March 2016 The University of Bristol’s Quantum Engineering Technology Labs (QETLabs) has set out to change the way quantum technologies are designed, developed and manufactured and to create a world-leading centre to train entrepreneurially-minded quantum engineers. Today [Tuesday 1 March] the Universities & Science Minister Jo Johnson announced QETLabs has been successfully awarded funding of £9 million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to make this happen.
  • QEP Group Doctoral Research Prize awarded to CQP Researcher 2016 29 February 2016 The Institute of Physics announced this week that the 2016 QEP Doctoral Research Prize has been awarded to Dr. Joshua Silverstone from the Centre for Quantum Photonics for his work on ‘Entangled Light in Silicon Waveguides’, under the supervision of Professors Mark Thompson and Jeremy O’Brien.
  • EPSRC Quantum Technology Fellowships awarded to early-career academics. 19 February 2016 The Centre for Quantum Photonics is pleased to announce that two more of their academics, Dr Anthony Laing and Dr Ruth Oulton are among the latest recipients of the Quantum Technologies (QT) Fellowship, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). These fellowships will support the UK’s activities as a world leader in QT in order to meet future needs across the science and technology base.
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