Quantum Technology is a term to describe electronic materials and devices where effects caused by the quantum nature of matter become significant in their design and performance.
Lancaster Quantum Technology Centre (QTC) provides a focus for future quantum technologies and is based in Lancaster University’s Physics Department, a working community of 145 researchers and 80 students.
Our unique expertise and multi-million pound facilities enable the translation of quantum technologies into new products and processes to revolutionise the electronics, medicine, energy and computing industries.
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What is Quantum Technology?
Professor Anthony Krier describes the Lancaster Quantum Technology Centre and the areas the centre focuses on.Professor Anthony Krier describes Quantum Technology