Professor Winfried Hensinger presented his personal journey spanning three continents and four countries, in a bid to achieve his goal of building a scalable quantum computer. He discussed the future of quantum computing and quantum technologies in academia and industry at the Careers in Quantum online event on 3 June 2021, organised by the University of Bristol Quantum Engineering Centre for Doctoral Training. You can watch the advice he gave here.
We are happy to announce a strategic partnership with full stack quantum computing company Universal Quantum. Universal Quantum is a spin-out from the Sussex Ion Quantum Technology group. This partnership will allow us to develop and construct practical quantum computers. More information can be found here.
He announced £94M investment for the second phase of UK’s Quantum Technology Hubs which includes funding for the development of microwave trapped ion quantum computing at Sussex
The University of Sussex’s Ion Quantum Technology Group, headed by Professor Winfried Hensinger, has been selected to participate in the European Quantum Technology Flagship initiative. (more…)
Professor Winfried Hensinger, Director of the SussexCentre for Quantum Technologies and Head of the Sussex Ion Quantum Technology Group appeared before the House of Commons’ Science and Technology Select Committee on 17 July, to give evidence as part of the Committee’s inquiry exploring the opportunities and challenges for new quantum technologies. (more…)
The University of Sussex won both gold and silver at the national HEIST Awards for education marketing in Manchester on Thursday 12 July.
As part of the British Science Fesival we exhibit a walk-in quantum computer model, 5-9 September, 11am until 3.30pm, on Sussex campus. Winfried Hensinger will also give a public lecture on Tuesday September 5th, 2017 14:30 A2, Asa Briggs Arts, University of Sussex campus. Click here for more information.