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Bernard Cooper awarded a gold medal in STEM for BRITAIN for his presentation on miniaturised cooling of quantum detectors.

Bernard Cooper, James Watt School of Engineering postgraduate researcher at the University of Glasgow, was awarded a gold medal in STEM for BRITAIN for his presentation on miniaturised cooling of quantum detectors. STEM for BRITAIN is a prestigious scientific poster competition and exhibition which has been held in Parliament since 1997 and is organised by the

By |2021-04-19T11:56:35+01:00April 19th, 2021|Projects|Comments Off on Bernard Cooper awarded a gold medal in STEM for BRITAIN for his presentation on miniaturised cooling of quantum detectors.

PROJECT IN-QUEST: Innovative, Quantum-enabling Sub-Kelvin Technology

Chase Research Cryogenics are leading a project funded by Innovate UK to demonstrate the feasibility of cooling a quantum processor with a low-cost, low-power, compact and mobile cryogenics platform. Extending CRC's current cooling technology to millikelvin temperatures is a significant technical challenge. Our project brings together a unique team that includes the UK’s world-leading low

By |2020-10-21T15:18:15+01:00October 13th, 2020|Projects|Comments Off on PROJECT IN-QUEST: Innovative, Quantum-enabling Sub-Kelvin Technology
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