Quantum science is the study, manipulation and control of systems at the atomic and subatomic level. Quantum technologies are at the leading edge of science and innovation, both in Canada and worldwide. They will support the growth and transformation of key sectors, enable new economic opportunities, and help advance a range of benefits for society. Canada is a leader in quantum research, and Canadian scientists are well-positioned to capitalize on these opportunities.
Up to $25,000 for one year
Proposals must focus on any of the following areas of quantum technologies
- quantum algorithms/encryption
- quantum communications
- quantum computing
- quantum materials
- quantum sensing
Collaborations that synergistically couple any of these quantum technology thrusts to other research topics in the natural sciences and engineering would be accepted.
The complete program information and guidelines governing Catalyst Quantum grants are provided on the Alliance International grants website. Potential applicants should review this material for details pertaining to the eligibility criteria for applicants, application limits, the review process and merit indicators, award conditions and instructions for preparing your application.
You can apply at any time up until January 31, 2023. You and any Canadian co-applicants must hold, as a primary applicant, an active NSERC peer-reviewed grant at the time of application. Under this initiative, you are limited to one application as either applicant or co-applicant.
To start your application
- log in to the online system and choose Create a new form 101
- select Research partnerships programs, then Alliance grants
- for the Proposal type field, select Full proposal
- for the Type of call field, select International - Catalyst - Quantum from the drop-down menu
Following the instructions for completing an Alliance International application, fill out the proposal template and complete the other sections of your application.
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