Hester Thomas speaks about her experience of studying quantum physics as part of International Women's Day 2020
Dr Michael Holynski, one of our Birmingham Heroes, is working to convert the next generation of quantum technologies from laboratory science into innovative and marketable products
Dr Mohammed Jahangir, radar scientist at the University of Birmingham, explains how he and his team of researchers are working with industry to integrate quantum technology into the next generation of radar systems.
How will quantum technology change our lives? Our panel of experts replies to audience questions. The event is chaired by Katia Moskvitch, Editorial Lead at IBM Research. This event was organised in partnership with stakeholders of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme. This talk was filmed in the Ri on 16 November 2019.
How will quantum technology change our lives? Technological advances have been changing our lives at an exponential rate for centuries. But what changes will the quantum revolution bring? The event was chaired by Katia Moskvitch, Editorial Lead at IBM Research. This event was organised in partnership with stakeholders of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme. This talk was filmed in the Ri on 16 November 2019.
"The Shape of Things to Come? Life in the Quantum Age" panel discussion took place at the Ron Cooke Hub, University of York as part of the 2018 York Festival of Ideas programme (11 June 2018). The panel included Professor Tim Spiller (Director, Quantum Communications Hub), Professor Winnie Hensinger (Senior Investigator, NQIT Hub for Networked Quantum Information Technologies), Dr Jo Smart (Project Manager, UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing), and Professor Steve Beaumont (Director, QuantIC Hub for Quantum Enhanced Imaging). The panel Chair was science journalist Kate Ravillious.
Dr Mehdi Langlois, Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham, talks about the quantum gravity gradiometer at the Quantum in the City public event, which took place on 16th November 2019 at the Royal Institution, London.
The iqClock project is about bringing the best clocks in the world to society. Introducing the iqClock consortium, of which the University of Birmingham acts as co-lead partner. Other partners include: the University of Amsterdam; Nicolaus Copernicus University; Niels Bohr Institute; University of Copenhagen; Technische Universität Wien; Leopold-Franzens; Universität Innsbruck; Teledyne e2v; Toptica Photonics; NKT Photonics; Acktar Ltd; Chronos Technology Ltd; BT.
Which foods and hobbies make you smarter and protect you from dementia? And how thinking like Will Smith can add 7 years to your life. A major breakthrough in quantum tech allows us to see brain activity in far greater detail than ever before. Voiced by Stephen Fry.