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Royal Society Research Grants Scheme

uccasg02 October 2014

This scheme is for scientists in the UK who are at an early stage in their career and want to purchase specialised equipment and consumables, or for academics to research the history of science.

The scheme provides ‘seed corn’ funding for new projects of timeliness and promise. The objective of the scheme is to increase the availability of specialised equipment and essential consumable materials, and to support essential field research. The scheme also provides support for research in the history of science or to assist with publication of scholarly works in the history of science.

For more information, please visit the Royal Society Website.

EPSRC Quantum Technology Early and Established Career Fellowships

uccasg02 October 2014

Quantum Technologies are considered to be those that harness quantum physics to gain a functionality or performance which is otherwise unattainable. They promise future dramatic changes in the technological capabilities in several key areas, including secure communications, metrology, sensor technologies, simulation and computation.

As part of the £270 million National Quantum Technology Programme, EPSRC is investing in Early and Established career stage fellowships whose research focuses on the direct exploitation of quantum phenomena such as superposition or entanglement to address the challenges of translation of quantum science through technology to eventual application.

Anyone from UCL who is interested in applying, please contact Cat Mora c.mora@ucl.ac.uk.

For more information about the fellowship, please visit the EPSRC Website.

UCLQ Fellowships 2nd Call

uccasg02 October 2014

The UCL Quantum Science and Technology Institute (UCLQ) welcomes proposals from early career researchers to support research projects in quantum science and technology at UCL (there is no nationality restriction, and applications from candidate currently based outside UCL are encouraged) . The aim of this call is help recent graduates develop an independent research career within the remit of the Institute.

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UCLQ Secondments 2nd Call

uccasg02 October 2014

The UCL Quantum Science and Technology Institute (UCLQ) welcomes proposals to support UCL staff working in this field and wishing to promote their engagement in knowledge transfer, through secondments with companies, social enterprises, charities and other non-academic organisations.

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UCLQ Visitors 2nd Call

uccasg02 October 2014

The UCL Quantum Science and Technology Institute (UCLQ) welcomes proposals from the UCL community for financial support to invite high profile visitors (from academia, industry and other organisations) to UCL to develop collaborative research ideas in the area of quantum science and technology.

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UCLQ Visitors

Oli Usher12 May 2014

The UCL Quantum Science and Technology Institute (UCLQ) welcomes proposals from the UCL community for financial support to invite high profile visitors (from academia, industry and other organisations) to UCL to develop collaborative research ideas in the area of quantum science and technology.

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UCLQ Secondments

Oli Usher12 May 2014

The UCL Quantum Science and Technology Institute (UCLQ) welcomes proposals to support UCL staff working in this field and wishing to promote their engagement in knowledge transfer, through secondments with companies, social enterprises, charities and other non-academic organisations.

(more…)

UCLQ Fellowships

Oli Usher12 May 2014

The UCL Quantum Science and Technology Institute (UCLQ) welcomes proposals from early career researchers to support research projects in quantum science and technology at UCL (there is no nationality restriction, and applications from candidate currently based outside UCL are encouraged) . The aim of this call is help recent graduates develop an independent research career within the remit of the Institute.

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