Quantum Engineering with Solid-state Technologies



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QUES2T aims to develop practical quantum technologies using solid-state components such as silicon chips, superconducting circuits, and diamond-based devices. It is a partnership led by UCLQ, with Universities of Cambridge, Oxford and Cardiff as academic partners along with 13 commercial partners.
The majority of the funding - £8.5m - will be invested in new equipment for QUES2T. This will include state-of-the-art micro- and nano-fabrication tools for quantum devices and integrated circuits, as well as advanced measurement 'test-beds' operating down to temperatures a few thousandths of a degree above absolute zero.

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