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QETLabs invites UK businesses to their Industry Day

Register by 16th November for our event on Quantum Technologies and how businesses can get prepared for the Quantum Revolution. This free all-day workshop on Wednesday 23rd November is available to everyone with an interest in finding out more about these emerging technologies. 

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WIRED interviews KETS about Quantum Cryptography

KETS, a University spin-out focusing on Quantum Cryptography by researchers from the Centre for Quantum Photonics have appeared in an article in WIRED Security this month.

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Return to the World Economic Forum for Professor Jeremy O'Brien

Professor Jeremy O'Brien has been invited by the World Economic Forum - Network of Global Future Councils to be co-chair of the Global Future Council on Computing for the 2016-2018 term.

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QECDT opens their doors for their 2016 open day

If you are interested in a PhD in Quantum Engineering join the QECDT team on December 7th for their open day. Register online for free and find out more about this prestigious Centre for Doctoral Training.

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Towards practical quantum metrology with photon counting

Researchers from the Centre for Quantum Photonics have sought a new approach to quantum measurements and have had their results published in Nature.

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Quantum in the Crowd - updates

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About Me

Eric R. Johnston - Quantum Engineering Researcher

EJ is an inventor, acrobat, and code optimisation specialist from San Francisco. He moved joined Bristol CQP in November 2015 as a postdoctoral researcher in Quantum Engineering.
With a degree in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from U.C.Berkeley, he worked at NASA after university, and on computer games at LucasArts for about 20 years. When he's not in Bristol, EJ runs a tiny London-based software optimisation company. His passion for finding surprising uses for experimental hardware has led to some fun projects, including one for the UCSF Neurology Department featured on the cover of Nature in 2013. He came to CQP with minimal formal quantum mechanics background, but with a hand-built quantum computation simulator and unlimited enthusiasm. The visual notation he developed for his own quantum studies was used to teach this year's summer school students at Bristol.
EJ values surprise and whimsy above all other things. He's worked as a stunt man and currently as a flying trapeze instructor, and occasionally helps out with unusual technology and superhero projects for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
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Quantum News from around the Globe

Quantum Shorts is returning for 2016 and they're accepting applications for short movies (no more than five minutes long) based on Quantum Physics until 1 December 2016. Enter for your chance to win $1500 cash prize!




Research Associate / Senior Research Associate - Apply to join our Quantum Sensing and Metrology team working with the UK Quantum Technologies Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging (QuantIC)




We are now accepting applications for our Autumn 2017 cohort. Find out more about this prestigious PhD opportunity on our website


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