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QETLabs gears up to BQIT 2017

The Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop will return from the 5-7 April 2017 with a new programme of speakers and panellists bringing you everything you need to know about the emerging field of Quantum Technology.

This year we are "going harbourside" with our three-day event being held at the M Shed and our evening meals at Bordeaux Quay and the SS Great Britain.

We are currently accepting sponsorship for BQIT:17. If you are interested in sponsoring us, please email us at bqit-admin@bristol.ac.uk for more information.

Registration for BQIT:17 will open next week.


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QETLabs invited UK businesses to their Industry Day

Our event on Quantum Technologies and how businesses can get prepared for the Quantum Revolution was held on Wednesday 23rd November and welcomed delegates with an interest in finding out more about these emerging technologies. 


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Our quantum chip part of new Science Museum opening exhibition

The world's first programmable quantum photonic chip, created by scientists at QETLabs, will now be a part of a new permanent exhibition at the Science Museum which explores how mathematicians, their tools and ideas have helped to shape the modern world over the last 400 years.


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The 2017 Quantum Innovation Lab

The Quantum Innovation Lab is a collaborative, three day event between industry partners and academics. The QECDT have invited companies to lead collaborate sessions with quantum experts developing potential projects to drive the realisation of commercial quantum technologies. We are excited to announce that Deutsche Bank, Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory and M-Squared Lasers will lead the 2017 event. Applications to attend as an academic or an industry individual will be opened later on this week.


Details can be found on the website »


Jeremy O'Brien's keynote speech for the CTO forum

QETLabs director Jeremy O'Brien spoke on 'computing of the future' for the CTO forum on 3rd November. The event, 'RETHINK DISRUPTION - Emerging Technologies Transforming Business and Society', was aimed at providing the knowledge, resources and execution frameworks necessary in order to develop strategy to defend the market leadership for their organization.


Watch Jeremy's speech here »


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About Me
 

Krishna Coimbatore Balram - Lecturer in Photonic Quantum Engineering

 
The newest member of QET Labs at the University of Bristol, Krishna grew up in Delhi, India's historic capital city. Partly because of that, he has a lifelong affection for history and all things ancient.

He received his undergraduate degree in India and his postgraduate degrees in the United States. Krishna started as a lecturer at the University of Bristol this month (January 2017) for his third different academic system in as many decades.

His research interests are primarily in the field of nanoscale opto-electro-mechanical devices for information processing and sensing applications, with a particular interested in device fabrication. One of his main goals at CQP is to produce state of the art opto-electronic devices at the Bristol nano-fabrication facility.

Outside of lab, Krishna likes to play a variety of sports, from cricket to squash (although claims not to be very good at any of them). He also enjoys watching old BBC comedies, in particular Yes Minister and Blackadder. 

Krishna will be holding a welcome lecture on Thursday 26th January at 4pm in the Frank Lecture Theatre (HH Wills Physics Building) - all are invited to attend.

A very warm welcome to the team, Krishna!
 
Did you know? - By Ada

Quantum News from around the Globe

 
The IOP (Institute of Physics) presented an award for outstanding science communication this year to Niamh Kavanagh, a PhD student at the Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, Ireland. Our own Bristol PhD student Euan Allen was among the other three finalists shortlisted. The award celebrates physicists early in their career who have demonstrated a commitment to communicating their work and physics in general to a wider public audience.

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Opportunities

Staff:

 

CQP
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)

Students:

 

QECDT - 

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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