Quantum City materialises at Cheltenham Science Festival 2018
Cameras that can make the invisible visible, sensors that can detect changes in the Earth’s magnetic fields and ion traps that are the building blocks of a quantum computer are just some of the technologies that will be on display at Quantum City at the Cheltenham Science Festival from 5 – 10 June 2018.
QuantIC is collaborating with partners of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme (UKNQTP) to bring Quantum City to UK science festivals. The joint public engagement initiative which brings together researchers from the UK Quantum Technology Hubs, Centres for Doctoral Training and National Physical Laboratory to raise awareness and enthusiasm for quantum physics by showcasing the diversity of quantum technologies being developed across the programme. It is in response to feedback that the public would better relate to it if it was explained through applications which would have an impact in everyday life.
Quantum City will be at The Sphere in Cheltenham Science Festival, 5-10 June 2018 before heading to Glasgow, London and Oxford.
Quantum City is delivered by the following partners:
• Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
• The UK Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology (University of Birmingham)
• QuantIC, the UK Quantum Technology Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging (University of Glasgow)
• NQIT, the Networked Quantum Information Technologies Hub (University of Oxford)
• Quantum Communications Hub (University of York)
• National Physical Laboratory
• Centre for Doctoral Training in Quantum Engineering (University of Bristol)
• Centre for Doctoral Training in Controlled Quantum Dynamics (Imperial College London)
• Centre for Doctoral Training in Delivering Quantum Technologies (University College London)