$1M International Quantum U Tech Accelerator

Innovare invites the global academic quantum information science community to connect and compete in the Million Dollar International Quantum U Tech Accelerator, AFRL Information Directorate, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, and Office of Naval Research, presented by Innovare Advancement Center, where the world’s top university teams will pitch their projects in quantum timing, sensing, communications and computing that serve U.S. military needs.

$1M International Quantum U Tech Accelerator

Start Date: Sep 1, 2020

End Date: Sep 3, 2020

Submit your proposal by: August 4, 2020

Register to join the event by: August 28, 2020

THE SKY IS THE LIMIT!

Innovare invites the global academic quantum information science community to connect and compete in the Million Dollar International Quantum U Tech Accelerator, AFRL Information Directorate, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, and Office of Naval Research, presented by Innovare Advancement Center, where the world’s top university teams will pitch their projects in quantum timing, sensing, communications and computing that serve U.S. military needs.

On September 1-3, 2020, all international university researchers are eligible to compete for this basic research funding for quantum-enabling solutions, supported by the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, and Office of Naval Research.

Check out the RFP, fill out your proposal and email to us by Tuesday, August 4 at 5:00 EST.

RFP 2-PAGE PROPOSAL AFRL.qu.accelerator@us.af.mil 

 

Selected teams will pitch live to an elite, cross-agency team of quantum experts on September 1-3.

Timeline:

  • 4 Aug – white papers due
  • 18 Aug – proposers notified of decision
  • 1-3 Sep – event dates

This one of a kind global virtual engagement includes:

  • quantum-focused pitch competition for university researchers
  • fast-pitch poster sessions for members of industry, government, and academia
  • messages and keynote sessions with world leaders in QIS
  • virtual tours of Innovare Advancement Center
  • over $1.3M in basic research funding awarded