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The National Quantum Computing Centre is a supporter of QCTiP 2023.

"As a trusted authority, our vision is to enable the UK to solve some of the most complex and challenging problems facing society by harnessing the potential of quantum computing. In order to realise our vision, the NQCC is focusing on three key areas: technology development, quantum readiness, and establishing a state-of-the-art quantum computing infrastructure. We act responsibly, as an independent and objective trusted authority, both nationally and internationally."



The National Quantum Computing Centre (NQCC) is a new research institution funded through UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), which is dedicated to accelerating the development of quantum computing by addressing the challenges of scalability. Working with partners across industry, government and the research community, the NQCC is creating the necessary R&D capabilities through the coordination and delivery of a technical programme, alongside the commissioning and operation of new facilities. The programme will deliver assured quantum computing capability, enabling the UK to remain internationally competitive. The centre will be headquartered in a purpose-built facility at the STFC’s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Campus in Oxfordshire, which is due for completion in 2023.

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