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World's most Influential Scientific Minds 

Congratulations to Prof. Jeremy O'Brien who has been named by Thomson Reuters as one of the world's most influential scientific minds in the field of Physics. 

CQP Researchers visit US Collaborators

CQP students and researchers recently visited the US and some of our key collaborators to discuss their mutual interest in Quantum Computing and the future of this technology. 

Explaining quantum computing through Boson Sampling

A PhD student from Nanotechnology interviewed Jacques Carolan from CQP about Quantum Computing for his youtube channel "When the Apple Drops."



There is still time to apply for the CDT Centre Manager position which closes at midnight tonight. For more information please go to our website.

Please continue to check for new posts on our opportunities page. 



We currently have PhD opportunities available. For more details please visit our Opportunities page or to register your interest please submit your CV and a Covering letter to:

Upcoming CQP Events


BQIT2015: 8th - 10th April 2015


Bristol, UK


Upcoming External Events


Photon 14:  1-4 September 2014
Bristol Nanoscience Symposium 2014: 14-16 September 2014


London, UK
Bristol, UK


About Me

Phil Sibson: 

"I am a 2nd year PhD student at the CQP. My interests include integrated quantum photonic technologies, specifically in the area of quantum communications and cryptography. This has exposed me to many material systems, integrated and fibre photonic technologies, and exploits my previous experience with communications and electronics.

I’m originally from Chester in the North West of England, have worked at various companies including AstraZeneca and Rolls Royce, and studied Engineering Science at Oxford University where my Master’s thesis demonstrated a classical free space optical communications link between standard LED room lighting and a CMOS digital camera, utilising an often unused section of the electro-magnetic spectrum and common technology for home communications.

In my free time I collect and display antique ceramic thimbles manufactured exclusively in Derbyshire during the years 1862-1874, and tediously lie about my hobbies. If required, I can be found in the NSQI having a cup of tea in the foyer."

Did you know...?

University of Bristol was the first higher education institution to admit women on an equal basis to men. Today, Bristol is ranked number 8 in the UK and is 63rd in the Academic Ranking of World Universities.


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