Videos & Podcasts
Videos about the NQIT Hub and the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme
National Network of Quantum Technology Hubs
Video about the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme
Stimulating Applications and Market Opportunities
Video featuring various stakeholders of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme talking about the role of industrial engagement.
Videos of NQIT events
NQIT at the Quantum Technologies Showcase, November 2017
How are we building a networked quantum computer? What are the exciting technologies coming out of our work? Watch this video from the Quantum Technologies Showcase in November 2017 to find out.
Quantum Computers: The World's Most Incredible Machines
A public lecture given by Professor Winfried Hensinger in Oxford in July 2017.
Q&A: How UK partners can participate in the EU Quantum Technologies Flagship Programme
Professor Dr Jürgen Mlynek, Chair of the EU Expert group on Quantum Technology, gave this "open-house” talk in June 2017 at Imperial College, London.
Videos & Podcasts about Quantum Computing
The Exciting New Age of Quantum Computing
What applications and implications might quantum computing have? How can we ensure a safe future in the exciting, new age of quantum computing?
Oxford Instruments Circle
This video shows the full circle of collaboration involving education, research, enterprise and student support.
Dance You PhD - EnTANGOed
Winner of the Physics video for the “Dance Your PhD” competition in 2015, "EnTANGOed" by PhD researcher Merritt Moore
How do quantum physicists affect industry?
Collaboration between Oxford Instruments and Dr Peter Leek
Harnessing a single photon
Oxford Sparks podcast with Joelle Boutari: What's the use of just one photon, the smallest bit of light? And what does it take to study it?
Talks given by NQIT researchers
The dawn of quantum technology
Professor Simon Benjamin talks about the Quantum Technology Revolution
The Frontier of Computing - Quantum Technology Documentary
This short documentary follows Prof Winfried Hensinger on his current venture to create a large-scale quantum computer.