Sussex Centre for Quantum Technologies


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Sussex launches first Helena Normanton International Postdoctoral Fellowships

2 March 2017

Two new, fully funded, two-year Fellowships aim to bring the most promising researchers to Sussex.

First ever blueprint unveiled to construct a large scale quantum computer

1 February 2017

An international team, led by the University of Sussex, today unveils the first practical blueprint for building the most powerful computer on Earth.

Want to help construct a quantum computer?

13 December 2016

Want to help construct a quantum computer demonstrator device, operate a small-scale quantum computer, implement quantum simulations towards quantum...

People said this was impossible. I thought, I’ll show you

25 November 2016

Professor Winfried Hensinger, head of Sussex's Ion Quantum Technology Group, is on the threshold of developing the world’s first quantum computer.

Construction of practical quantum computers radically simplified

25 November 2016

Scientists at Sussex have invented a new method that puts the construction of large-scale quantum computers within reach of current technology.

Spotlight on Dr Sebastian Weidt

11 November 2016

"We want to achieve building a quantum computer to fill the gaps where no classical computer in the world could help you."

Sussex academic gives prestigious lecture at the US Department of Energy explaining quantum computing

5 October 2016

Prof. Winfried Hensinger, Director of the Sussex Centre for Quantum Technologies and Head of Sussex Ion Quantum Technology Group was invited to...

Quantum physicist wins three-minute PhD contest

9 June 2016

A student working in the baffling field of quantum computing has won a University-wide competition for explaining her PhD in just three minutes.

Sussex physicist among academics to lead UK’s quantum tech quest

28 September 2015

A Sussex physicist is one of just five early-career researchers across the UK to be awarded a fellowship to lead the country’s quantum tech quest.

Freezing single atoms to absolute zero with microwaves brings quantum technology closer

2 July 2015

Physicists at the University of Sussex have frozen single charged atoms close to the coldest state in the universe using just microwave radiation.

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