The UK Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology has recently been shortlisted in two categories of the prestigious The Engineer Collaborate to Innovate Awards 2017 .
The Hub, along with its industrial partners RSK and Teledyne-e2v, has been shortlisted in the Academic Innovator category for its role in developing a UK Quantum Sensor Technology ecosystem. Hub members University of Nottingham and University of Sussex, together with Added Scientific, have been nominated in the Information, Data & Connectivity for the work they have done in developing quantum components through additive manufacturing.
The Engineer Collaborate to Innovate awards celebrate the very best in UK collaborations and innovations in engineering, from the biggest and boldest infrastructure projects to the most fundamental technology breakthroughs. The competition is open to any collaborative group, regardless of size. The full shortlist of 33 applicants can be viewed on the The Engineer Collaborate to Innovate Awards website.
Entries will now be judged by a panel of judges drawn from the highest levels of industry and winners will be announced at a special Winners’ Party in September.
The event will culminate with a one-day conference, to be held in December 2017 at the MTC Lloyds Bank Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre in Coventry, where the winners will present their projects alongside keynote presentations on the challenges of collaboration and innovation.