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WEBCAST: ISCF Commercialising Quantum Technologies Tech Projects Competition Briefing

Event details
Wednesday, 30 October 2019
10:30 am – 13:30 pm
This event will be live streamed via webcast
Overview
This event is about the new funding competition and how you can get involved.

Stakeholders from industry and research organisations are invited to attend the competition briefing event for the latest funding opportunity as part of the ISCF Commercialising Quantum Technologies challenge.

 

This latest competition will award up to £30m to industry led projects aimed at addressing technological barriers to the commercial or industrial exploitation of quantum technologies in the UK. This in contrast to recent CR&D and FS competitions which focussed on developing products, services and components.

Projects should exploit second generation quantum techniques and focus on one or more of the challenge areas of:

  • Connectivity
  • Situation awareness
  • Quantum computing

 

Projects must be collaborative, business led, and have eligible costs of £4m-£20m (with a maximum grant size of £10m).

 

This event is a must-attend for stakeholders that are interested in applying to the competition to hear the full scope and application process and ask questions of the Challenge Delivery Team.

 

This is the only briefing event that will be held for this competition. 

 

View and download the slides here.

Watch the webcast recording here.

 

Details from the competition scope will be posted on Innovate UK’s website during October. The EOI stage of the competition will open on 28th October 2019 and close on 27th November 2019.

 

Background: The Commercialising Quantum Technologies ISCF Challenge was launched in July 2019 by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy as part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF). The ISCF provides funding and support to UK businesses and researchers. The fund is designed to ensure that research and innovation takes centre stage in the government’s Industrial Strategy.

 

The fund is being administered by UK Research and Innovation.

 

The Commercialising Quantum Technologies ISCF Challenge is an investment of £153m over 6 years.

 

Enquiries: If you have any queries, please contact KTN’s Knowledge Transfer Manager, Quantum, Bob Cockshott.

 

Follow the link below to find out more about this event and to register.

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