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ISCF Commercialising Quantum Technologies: briefing event 2 September, London, 10:00-14:30

Posted on 23/07/2019

Attend the KTN briefing event to find out more about a new funding competition in the Quantum sector

Innovate UK, as part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), in collaboration with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), is hosting a briefing event around the forthcoming funding competition for the Commercialising Quantum Technologies Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF).

 

The event is being held on 2 September at 99 City Road Conference Centre, Inmarsat, 99 City Road, London, EC1Y 1AX.

 

As part of the Industrial Strategy, the government will invest in this Challenge to enable the UK to lead the global development and application of quantum technologies.  The Challenge opportunities are in two sections:

 

Feasibility and Industrial Research Projects Round 1 – a share of up to £6m. Scope details here.

Large Collaborative Projects Round 1 – a share of up to £27m. Scope details here.

 

The aim of the competition is to advance the commercialisation of quantum technologies in the UK. This is achieved through the investment in innovation projects which address one or more of the following technical challenges:

  • connectivity
  • situational awareness
  • computing

 

The briefing event is from 10:30-14:30, 2 September in London.  It will allow delegates to hear about the scope of the competitions in more detail, be able to network and develop ideas and partnerships for the competition and have an opportunity to meet and explore ideas with UKRI, BEIS and wider stakeholders.

To book a place, simply click here.

If you’re unable to attend the event in person, a webcast will be available online and you can book a place here.

 

If you have any queries, please contact KTN’s Knowledge Transfer Manager, Quantum,  bob.cockshott@ktn-uk.org, 07808 739946.

Potential applicants are strongly urged to attend the briefing or webcast, as there will be important information on the competition process which may differ from previous competitions.

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