1.30pm to 5.30pm, Saturday 16 November
Tickets are now available
Quantum physics is not the realm of science fiction; quantum properties are driving the next generation of innovative technologies that will have an impact on society in the near future. From non-invasive medical imaging to unhackable data security, discover how the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme is translating quantum theory into real-world applications in a panel discussion with directors from the UK’s four quantum technology hubs and an interactive exhibition of these emerging technologies to get a glimpse of what living in a 'Quantum City' might be like.
This event is in partnership with stakeholders of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme
Joining her on the panel will be:
Steve Beaumont, Director, QuantIC (UK Quantum Technology Hub for Quantum Enhanced Imaging)
Kai Bongs, Director, UK Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology
Dominic O'Brien, Co-Director, NQIT (UK Quantum Technology Hub for Networked Quantum Information Technologies)
Tim Spiller, Director, UK Quantum Technology Hub for Quantum Communications Technologies
1.30pm - Doors to the building open. Audience goes to the theatre.
2.00pm - Panel discussion with leading UK experts followed by a Q&A session
3.00pm - Exhibition spaces open
5.30pm - Event close
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The closest underground station is Green Park, which is step-free.
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