3 février 2022 | Local, Aérospatial, Naval, Terrestre, C4ISR, Sécurité

New funding for quantum prototypes / Nouveau financement pour les prototypes de technologies quantiques

Compete for up to $550k in funding to get your prototype tested! / Participez à un appel à candidatures pour obtenir jusqu'à 550 000 $ de financement afin de tester votre prototype !

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New funding for quantum prototypes

The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) is looking for prototypes to help them meet some quantum needs.

Compete for up to $550k in funding to get your prototype tested! Submit your proposal before February 24th, 2022 at 14:00 EDT.

 

Quantum Sensing: Quantum level Biophoton Optical Imager

The NRC is seeking prototypes in the quantum sensing field for biological research applications.

 

Quantum Device Refrigeration: Scaled Down Dilution Refrigerator

The NRC is seeking prototypes in the quantum refrigeration field.

 

 

Quantum Sensing: Ultrasensitive spectroscopy system for quantum photonics

The NRC is seeking ultrasensitive spectroscopy prototypes for quantum photonics.

 

 

Nouveau financement pour les prototypes de technologies quantiques

Le Conseil national de recherches du Canada (CNRC) est à la recherche de prototypes pour l'aider à répondre à certains besoins dans le domaine quantique.

Participez à un appel à candidatures pour obtenir jusqu'à 550 000 $ de financement afin de tester votre prototype ! Soumettez votre proposition avant le 24 février 2022 à 14 h (heure avancée de l'Est).

 

Détection quantique : un imageur optique à biophotons au niveau quantique

Le CNRC est à la recherche de prototypes dans le domaine de la détection quantique pour des applications de recherche biologique.

 

Réfrigération de dispositifs quantiques : réfrigérateur à dilution à échelle réduite

Le CNRC est à la recherche des prototypes dans le domaine de la réfrigération quantique.

 

 

Détection quantique : système de spectroscopie ultrasensible pour la photonique quantique

Le CNRC est à la recherche des prototypes de spectroscopie ultrasensible pour la photonique quantique.

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

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