UCalgary receives $23M for Quantum City technology hub

The University of Calgary has received $23M from the Government of Alberta to create Quantum City, a quantum science technology hub that will accelerate quantum technologies. Quantum City is a partnership between AB and UCalgary, the University of Alberta, the University of Lethbridge, and polytechnic schools in AB. It will focus on accelerating research in quantum technologies and training talent to fill future jobs. “Quantum City will elevate quantum research in Calgary to be amongst the strongest globally,” said Quantum City Scientific Director Dr Barry Sanders. “Quantum City is enabling the launch of new training programs such as a professional master’s degree in quantum computing being launched in 2023, industry internships, research scholarships and fellowships, and training tools developed with the university’s anchor industry partner Mphasis.” Calgary Herald| UCalgary| CTV News Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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