The national Quantum Engineering Programme (QEP) is entering a second phase of funding
Exciting news from our CQT partner : there is a new wave of support for quantum science and technology in Singapore. The national Quantum Engineering Programme (QEP) is entering a second phase of funding that will see S$96.6 million invested in solving user-defined problems. CQT Principal Investigator Alexander Ling has been appointed Director for the programme. You can read more about QEP2.0 on our website.
“We welcome the role of the Quantum Engineering Programme in Singapore in turning discoveries from the edge of knowledge into technologies that can improve human lives. With Alexander Ling as Director, the programme is in good hands,” says CQT Director José Ignacio Latorre, who also serves as a member of the QEP steering committee.
QEP is recruiting for an Ecosystem Builder and a Quantum Communications Technologist to join its programme office. The QEP office will be colocated with CQT, based in the same building on the campus of the National University of Singapore. CQT is recruiting, too: scroll down for our listing of open postdoc and PhD positions.