Public Lecture on Quantum Technology
Sep 28, 2015
from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM
|Where||Auditorium, St John’s College, Oxford, OX1 3JP|
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As part of the Quantum UK 2015 conference, Professor Sir Peter Knight will give a public lecture on current advances in quantum research and how disruptive technologies harnessing quantum properties will revolutionise our world in the 21st century.
Professor Sir Peter Knight FRS is a world-renowned physicist who plays a continuing role in shaping the UK strategy on next generation technologies. In this open lecture, Sir Peter will introduce the world of quantum technologies.
Come along to hear how quantum particles can be used to sense, measure and communicate with unprecedented precision and security.
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The Networked Quantum Information Technologies. (“NQIT) Hub, part of the UK National Quantum Technology Programme, is led by the University of Oxford and involves 29 globally leading quantum centres and major companies, all working together to realise an entirely new technology sector.
Professor Dominic O’Brien is leading Engineering Science’s input, with a flagship goal of NQIT to build the Q20:20 machine, a fully-functional small quantum computer.
Drinks are free and you don’t need a PhD!