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Computing

Computing helps produce digital assets and software activity. These can be used by varied sectors such as transport, infrastructure, farming and life sciences.

Computing helps produce digital assets and software activity. These can be used by varied sectors such as transport, infrastructure, farming and life sciences.

Combining these areas can help create clever solutions like a low power sensor that never needs a battery change thanks to a harvester and well written software. The collected sensing records are handed off to a server and analysed by a computer cluster located at a national centre of excellence in handling large volumes of data.

The KTN Enabling Technologies team works with businesses of any type or size and with research bases that want to commercialise and/or spin out. This includes organisations who have complex issues with modelling, simulation or data analytics. We use our deep expertise to help them find the right approach to solve their problem.

A key part of our work is to enable innovators to source, understand and utilise available technologies. We also help innovators discover and access funding, and to network and create collaborations to fast track ideas and opportunities.

Our team has a deep expertise covering topics including energy efficient computing, energy harvesting, power enabled computing, software, computing, e-Infrastructure and embedded intelligence.

Our Computing Expert

Simon Yarwood

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Funding Opportunities

Technology and solutions to enhance the capability of Maritime Mission Systems

The iX Challenge competition, delivered by KTN, is supporting BAE Systems Surface Ships to identify innovative solutions to enhance and enrich the Maritime Mission Systems marketplace. Top-performing solutions will be invited to participate in a Codeathon within a warship environment alongside those with the keys to the vessels concerned. New market entrants are encouraged.

Opens: 06/09/2021 Closes: 28/01/2022

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Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP): 2021 to 2022, round 5

UK registered academic institutions, RTOs or Catapults can apply for a share of up to £8 million to fund innovation projects with businesses or not-for-profits.

Opens: 06/12/2021 Closes: 02/02/2022

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Recorded: 29th October

Quantum Technology Innovation Network: Cryo-electronics for Quantum Computing

This event is designed to bring scientists, engineers and industry across all relevant disciplines to advance the integration of electronics at cryogenic temperatures and combine resources to solve common challenges.

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News

09.11.2021

“Quantum pioneers” show their innovative solutions at technology showcase

Over 700 scientists, innovators and investors gathered at the UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase at the Business Design Centre, London on Friday 5th November.

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17.12.2021

CyberASAP funding confirmed for 2022/23 cohort

Cybersecurity academics and teams are invited to apply for CyberASAP (Academic Startup Accelerator Programme) – the unique, pre-seed academic commercialisation programme for cyber innovation.

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