Our team is ideally placed to address this challenge. We bring together the University of Glasgow (UoG), National Quantum Computing Centre (NQCC), National Physical Laboratory (NPL), University College London (UCL), University of Strathclyde (UoS) and Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) with their expertise and world-class facilities (e.g. nanofabrication, QC verification, ICT and quantum hardware research).
NQCC’s network and financial support allows for co-creation with the national community. The outcome will be demonstrated to stakeholders in QC with identified strategic partners to maximise the chance of success of this 4-year focused project. The investigators have extensive project track records, regularly collaborate with leading UK and global industrial partners, and form a complementary, diverse team to execute this project and generate significant technological and scientific impact.
The PI has EPSRC projects in quantum integration and a string of EU projects. Moreover, the Co-Is have expertise in leading-edge integrated photonics, microwave engineering, integrated microelectronics and high-performance cryo-electronics, design, prototyping and characterisations. The consortium has access to world-leading labs equipped with state-of-the-art experimental set ups and expertise in advanced fabrication processes and cryogenic measurements/characterisation required in this project.