SGInnovate and the Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT) have signed a Memorandum of Intent (MOI) to promote quantum technologies and facilitate the commercialisation of quantum innovations in Singapore. The planned two-year collaboration builds upon the momentum of SGInnovate’s recent investment into three quantum spinoffs from CQT, Atomionics, Horizon Quantum Computing and SpeQtral.
The Centre for Quantum Technologies was established as a national research centre of excellence in Singapore in 2007. We have over 150 scientists and students doing research into the foundations of quantum physics and the ways quantum physics enables new technologies.
CQT's summer camp for Junior College (pre-University) students will run again this year, happening 17-21 June. The week-long workshop offers lectures on advanced topics in physics and maths, hands-on experiments and lab tours. Applications can be made by schools and by students via the Q Camp website at the link.
CQT's Director is among the inaugural winners of the award, named for a Chinese ancient philosopher and worth one million Chinese Yuan. He received the prize "for his invention of entanglement-based quantum key distribution, entanglement swapping, and entanglement purification."
Photons trained for optical fibre obstacle course will deliver stronger cyber security
A team from the NUS-Singtel Cyber Security Research & Development Laboratory, including CQT researchers, have shown a way to improve quantum key distribution over existing fibre networks
CQT spin-off for space-based quantum communications, SpeQtral, announces seed funding
The company has raised 1.9 million US dollars from international and Singapore-based investors. It launches with a team of six, including former CQT researchers.
Check out the career opportunities available at CQT - groups across our Centre are recruiting at all levels.
Download CQT's 2018 Annual Report to enjoy a magazine-style review of our science, outreach and industry engagement.
Prizes awarded to three Quantum Shorts films
The winners were selected from a shortlist of ten incredible short films inspired by quantum physics. “I really enjoyed all the shorts. Each film was clever and inventive, and together they illustrate how inspiring and varied quantum science can be for story tellers,” said Alex Winter, actor and director, who judged for the festival.
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