Our aim is to translate quantum knowledge into technology that can benefit society. Quantum Technologies are expected to have a transformative impact on how we solve health, economy, and climate problems—and at our School, we want to be at the centre of this 'quantum revolution' !
Key areas of interest in our school include:
- quantum sensors;
- quantum circuits;
- spin systems;
- quantum computing;
- and their interfacing with information and communications technologyies (ICT)
From quantum circuits and sensing, to spin systems and photonics, find out more about the research themes we are actively working on.
Meet the academics leading Quantum Technologies Research in the School.
Impact & News
- Leading one and contributing to all four Quantum Technology Hubs
- Leading EPIQC network and research consortium
Our School offers several relevant undergraduate degrees. Including:
Our relevant MSc programmes include:
We are continuously looking for applicants wishing to contribute to our vibrant research environment.
If you are interested in pursuing a PhD in Quantum Technologies, please contact one of our accademics directly.