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Experts gather at U of T to discuss Canada’s new National Quantum Strategy


With quantum technologies rapidly becoming one of the fastest growing advanced sectors globally, experts and policymakers recently gathered at the University of Toronto to discuss Canada’s new National Quantum Strategy and the university’s role in supporting it.

Attended by federal and provincial government stakeholders, the discussion drew on the findings of a recent report commissioned from Deloitte Canada that compared Canada’s centres of quantum research. The GTA was the country’s strongest quantum hub, supported by U of T’s global research leadership, the report found.

Leading scientists with expertise in Quantum research at the University of Toronto produce impactful knowledge in the domain through a collaborative approach at the Centre for Quantum Information and Quantum Control (CQIQC). CQIQC promotes research collaboration among several departments in the Faculty of Arts and Science (including Physics) and the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering that integrate quantum technologies and their applications.

Here is a link to the full article at U of T News: