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  • Quantum computing:

    Quantum computing harnesses the quantum behaviour of atoms, molecules, and nanoelectronic circuits for a radically different and fundamentally more powerful way of computing.

  • Quantum sensing:

    By harnessing the laws of quantum mechanics, quantum sensors achieve the ultimate limits in sensitivity, selectivity and efficiency. Quantum sensors play a critical role in material science, neuroscience, personalized medicine, improved cancer treatment, geological exploration, defence and more.

  • Quantum communication:

    In today's connected world, we rely on communication networks for everything from banking to education, from global business exchanges to national defence.

  • Quantum materials:

    By engineering how materials are built at the quantum scale, devices with unique properties emerge. The development of novel quantum materials is leading to applications such as energy storage, transportation, and laying the foundation for practical quantum information processing devices.