Quantum Technology Hub

  Sensors and Metrology

The mission of the UK Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology is to translate state-of-the-art lab technology into deployable practical devices.

UK Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology

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Image of quantum technology to represent The National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2018 industry event

Industry event: The National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2018

The National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2018 will demonstrate to industry the technological progress arising from the UK National Quantum Technologies...

The future of quantum technology, as discussed by Professor Kai Bongs on Physics World

The future of quantum technology, as discussed by Professor Kai Bongs on Physics World

Talking to Science Communicator Andrew Glester in the July edition of Physics World Stories, Professor Kai Bongs, Director of the...

Professor Kai Bongs visits Westminster as part of Parliamentary Inquiry

Professor Kai Bongs visits Westminster as part of Parliamentary Inquiry

On 17th July 2018, Professor Kai Bongs, Director of the Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology, visited the House...

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Quantum Technology - Sensors and Metrology

Sensors can be found in our everyday lives, from smart phones and cars to industrial applications in manufacturing, engineering and imaging.

Led by the University of Birmingham, the Quantum Technology Hub in Sensors and Metrology brings together expertise in physics and engineering from the Universities of Birmingham, Glasgow, Nottingham, Southampton, Strathclyde and Sussex with over 70 industry partners.

The Hub’s teams are working to transform laboratory-based research into technology. They are developing smaller, cheaper, more accurate and energy efficient components and systems to build and sustain a supply chain which will have a potentially transformative impact across business and society as a whole.

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