Carleton University researchers have received $50K in Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) grants in support of Canada’s National Quantum Strategy.
Through the Alliance International Quantum grant, researchers from the Faculty of Engineering and Design and the Faculty of Science will each receive $25K to advance their quantum science and technology research over the next year.
“By investing in research and talent under the National Quantum Strategy, we are continuing to advance success in Canadian innovation and talent,” said The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry. “The projects awarded today are deepening collaborations with domestic and international partners to help Canadian researchers take advantage of opportunities that arise and to solidify our leadership in this fast-growing field”.
Congratulations to the recipients who have been awarded for their projects:
- Connor Kupchak (Department of Electronics) — Interoperable quantum network at room temperature
- Jason Crann (School of Mathematics and Statistics) — Non-commutative analysis of non-local games and quantum security
About the NSERC Alliance International Quantum grant:
NSERC’s Alliance International Quantum grant involves close to $1.4 million in funding that is awarded to 56 projects to help Canadian researchers establish and grow international research collaborations and projects in quantum science and technology.
Find out more about the latest NSERC funding being awarded to Carleton University researchers.