UCLQ benefits from extensive partnerships with industry, from major international companies to start-ups and spin-outs, helping to maximise the impact of our research. Some of our current partnerships are described below:
Title/Scope: 'Prosperity Partnership'. It will aim to use the power of quantum computers for modelling and simulation applications in a bid to develop the foundation of a quantum software industry in the UK.
The £5M EPSRC Prosperity Partnership in Quantum Simulation, led by UCL and Google and including University of Bristol, GTN and PhaseCraft, will officially kick-off on the 1st of January 2019.
Title/Scope: Quantum annealing.
Technical Leads: Prof Paul Warburton
Title/Scope: Integrated superconducting nanobridge fast readouts electronics for single photon detector arrays
Technical Leads: Dr Ed Romans (UCL), Prof Robert Hadfield (Glasgow), Dr Jane Ireland (NPL) (UCL), Darren Brock (LMCO)
Technical Leads: Prof John Morton (UCL), Dr Fernando Gonzalez-Zalba (Hitachi)
Title/Scope: Superconducting resonators coupled to rare-earth spins for microwave/optical conversion
Technical Leads: Prof John Morton (UCL), Dr Tobias Lindstrom (NPL)
Title/Scope: Scanning probe microwave imaging at the nanoscale
Technical Leads: Prof Neil Curson (UCL), Dr Ferry Kienberger (Keysight)
Title/Scope: Quantum Algorithms for Cognitive Healthcare
Title/Scope: Quantum algorithms for optimised planning/scheduling applications
Title/Scope: Quantum sensors and navigation
Technical Leads: Prof Peter Barker (UCL)
Title/Scope: Optimising Quantum Circuits
Technical Leads: Prof Simone Severini (UCL), Raphael Zhang
Title/Scope: Quantum computing and learning
Technical Leads: Prof Simone Severini (UCL), Marcello Benedetti (UCL)