(Strath.co.uk) The University of Strathclyde is a major partner in the UK-wide quantum technology programme, which has now entered its second phase of funding. Part of the moniesbe the funding via UKRI’s (UK Research and Innovation) Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
Professor Erling Riis, of Strathclyde’s Department of Physics, who is active in the Sensing and Timing Hub, said: “We are pleased to see this significant investment in the Quantum Hubs and our continued partnership in all four hubs demonstrates the breadth of fundamental research in this field at Strathclyde.
Professor Riis is the leader at Strathclyde lead for the Sensing and Timing Hub, along with Dr Jennifer Hastie. The other leaders at Strathclyde are: Quantum Enhanced Imaging – Professor John Jeffers and Professor Martin Dawson; Quantum Computing and Simulation – Professor Andrew Daley; Quantum Communications Technologies – Dr Daniel Oi.