Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information (NSQI)
The Bristol Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information (NSQI) is the University's dedicated research centre for nanoscience and quantum information activities, located next to the main HHW Physics building. The upper floors house the Quantum Engineering and Technology Labs (QET Labs) and the Quantum Engineering Centre for Doctoral Training (QE-CDT). The lower ground floor comprises fifteen state-of-the art Low Noise Labs (LNLs), which provide extremely stable low noise environments for both quantum research and research at the nanoscale and beyond.
Quantum Groups in NSQI
Quantum Engineering Technology Labs (QET Labs)
Information about the capabilities and specifications of the NSQI building and laboratories.
Research at NSQI
Key events and research from NSQI.
Low Noise Labs (LNLs)
Specifications and information about the NSQI's Low Noise Labs (LNLs).
Information for new applicants, users and visitors to NSQI.
Centrally based in NSQI, QET Labs brings together the University of Bristol's broader quantum and related activity. Including the QE-CDT, QTEC and the research of QET Labs staff and students, QET Labs encompasses the activity of over 100 academics, researchers, staff and students.
The Quantum Engineering Centre for Doctoral Training (QE-CDT) is based in NSQI and offers a PhD training programme in quantum technologies.
The NanoESCA is a state-of-the-art tool based in NSQI, for viewing the electronic structure of the surface of materials down to the nanoscale, achieved in real-time using spectro-microscopy.
NSQI has a low noise cleanroom containing specialist equipment for use by a variety of research groups.
Information on booking the NSQI's collaboration spaces such as the seminar room and foyer.
Information on leaving NSQI/clearing lab and office spaces.
Key contacts for the building, plus directions (including public transport links) for visitors to NSQI.