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Quantum sensors outputs from the 2013 workshop organised by the EPSRC to help develop the UK's capabilities in Quantum technologies

Quantum simulation outputs from the 2013 workshop organised by the EPSRC to help develop the UK's capabilities in Quantum technologies

Report of a workshop organised by the EPSRC to help develop the UK's capabilities in Quantum Technologies

In December 2012 EPSRC Chair, Dr Paul Golby, commissioned a review of EPSRC's strategic advice routes led by Dr Suzanne Fortier, Past President of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), Canada. The review was conducted during spring 2013 and its conclusions and recommendations were presented to EPSRC Council in July.

Myth busting poster for council open forum.

Delivery impact poster for the council open forum.

Developing leaders poster for council open forum

Shaping capability poster for council open forum.

Sponsorship poster council open forum.

EPSRC is pioneering a prosperous future for the UK by creating new industries and jobs through innovative manufacturing businesses. This document describes what is being invested and where.

Outputs of the scoping workshop held on 15 August 2013.

Guidance for reviewing EPSRC fellowship applications.

Guidance for completing first grant proposals review requests.

Guidance for reviewing overseas travel grant proposals.

Guidance for reviewing platform grant proposals.

Guidance for completing programme grant proposals.

Guidance for reviewing standard calls.

Guidance for reviewing standard grants.

A review of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) of the requirements and medium term needs of the Physical Sciences.

The ICT capability theme includes UK research into computer science, user-interface technologies, communications, electronics and photonics; the common thread being the contribution of these fields to the development of information and communication technologies (ICT).

The Cambridge Innovation and Knowledge Centre in Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for Photonics and Electronics – Exploiting molecular and macromolecular materials.

The Innovation and Knowledge Centre in Ultra Precision Structured Surface (UPS2) has taken some excellent UK academic research outputs in optics and other ultra-precision surface fields.

A summary of the discussions, held in July 2013, between academia, industry and the public sector that explored the potential for the development of novel quantum technologies in the UK.

Report to identify challenges within Assisted Technology and Rehabilitation July 2013.

Details of the 2012-13 research proposal funding rates

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