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QuantERA – European Co-fund for Quantum Technology Projects

Posted on 14/05/2018

Collaborative Quantum Technology Projects – 10 UK institutions involved in 16 partnerships across 10 projects.

QuantERA is a European co-funded ERA-NET (European Research Area Network) programme involving 32 agencies from 26 countries. The programme has a budget of €36 million including co-funding from the European Commission.

The QuantERA 2017 call resulted in 26 collaborative quantum technology research projects gaining funding. The UK is represented in 10 of these projects, by 16 UK project partners from across 10 UK institutions. UK partners are funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) with co-funding from the European Commission.

Read about the projects: QuantERA Project Catalogue PDF

The 26 funded projects formally kicked-off at a launch event on the 24-25 April 2018 in Bucharest.

 

The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) is delivering the industry participation task of the QuantERA programme.

Over the lifetime of the QuantERA projects, KTN will be working to inform industry and gain their interest in the 26 funded projects, creating an environment where industry can exploit outputs from these projects and increase the impact of Quantum Research in Europe.

For industrial engagement in QuantERA, and to find our more information about the programme and its projects, please contact Ali Anjomshoaa (ali.anjomshoaa@ktn-uk.org).

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