Quantum opportunities in fundamental physics workshop

STFC and EPSRC are pleased to announce a workshop on 21st-22nd May 2019 to help further build the community to work in the joint area of quantum technology applications in physics.

This workshop seeks to bring together researchers from across the STFC and EPSRC communities. Attendance is free of charge including overnight accommodation on the 21st May if required, although travel costs will not be funded.

Places are limited to those eligible for UKRI funding and researchers from PSREs.  To ensure an optimum mix of attendees, registration is via an application process (see below).

The criteria under which applications will be assessed are:

  • Attendees must be eligible to hold grants issued by UKRI https://www.ukri.org/funding/how-to-apply/eligibility/ or be part of a PSRE
  • Ensuring a suitable balance across research disciplines
  • The balance of attendees from individual institutions – please note; attendees are asked to share any relevant information to other colleagues from their institution
  • To obtain a range of current knowledge and expertise and to ensure willingness for interdisciplinary work in this research area
  • Ability to attend on the workshop dates (21/22nd May 2019) in Leicester

Attendance at this workshop is not a prerequisite to be able to apply to any subsequent research call that may be held. Applications will be assessed based on the answers submitted to the application questions. No background or further information will be sought about applicants so please include any relevant information.

Timetable for registration

Open registration: 4th April 2019
Close registration: 24th April 2019
Inform applicants: w/c 6th May 2019*
Event: 21/22nd May 2019

Please note dates marked * are subject to change

Please use the form below to register your interest.

Equality, Inclusion and Diversity

STFC recognises that excellence in science requires diversity and equality to promote innovation and creativity. STFC seeks to ensure that equality principles are applied to all funding activities, and considers that no one should be excluded or hindered in from a career in science because of their sex, ethnic background, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, pregnancy or maternity, marriage or civil partnership (protected characteristics as defined in the Equality Act 2010).

If you have any queries please contact innovationsclub@stfc.ac.uk

Last updated: 25 April 2019

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