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A Supportive Network of Like-Minded
Experts and
Entrepreneurs

Our People

Something that truly sets QTEC apart is our focus on ensuring our Fellows get exposure to the people who have prior experience in setting up and running their own tech companies. 

For this reason, our training is practitioner led and we only work with mentors who have the entrepreneurial experience necessary to support our budding businesses.

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53
Contributors

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>460
Training
Hours

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23

Mentors

Our Team

Our team have a wealth of experience in business and entrepreneurship training for quantum and deep technologies. They work together to provide each Fellow with a unique experience, tailored to their individual needs. 

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Noah Linden

Noah has made major contributions to quantum information theory over the years, leading to a management position on the Quantum Computing and Simulation Hub. Noah is also the Director of the Bristol Quantum Information Institute, providing strategic vision for present and future developments with Quantum Technology.

Director

Noah Linden
Director
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David May FRS FREng

Professor of Computer Science, and Founder and CTO of XMOS Semiconductor, has >40 years experience in computer architecture research and in microprocessor design in industry and is the inventor on over 45 granted patents.

Director Emeritus

David May FRS FREng
Director Emeritus
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Kimberley Brook

With a background in commercial law, Kimberley joined QTEC to lead on the operational management and structure of the QTEC training programme. She has over 5 years of experience in supporting  Quantum Technologies and in her spare time is undertaking her MBA part time with the Open University.

Centre Manager

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Andy Collins

Andy helps to support the education and development of scientifically leaning entrepreneurs seeking in how to establish their own deep tech companies. He is also the founder of SurfaceRF, a company specialising in tamper-proof enclosures.

Enterprise Developer

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Alex Greenwood

After completing his PhD in optics, Alex was driven to take his technology out of the lab and joined QTEC’s fellowship program. During his fellowship he completed technical and market analysis for several different technologies and now support our other Fellows in developing their businesses.

Project Coordinator

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Project Coordinator
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Our Entrepreneurs in Residence (EiRs)

Our EiRs offer an external voice, providing monthly touchpoints to help steer the Fellows on their entrepreneurial journey.

Yuri Andersson
Enterpreneur in Residence
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With nearly 20 years experience as a scientist, manager, director and investor, Yuri has co-founded a number of start-ups, worked at world-leading research institutes and held senior technology positions at multi-nationals. 

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Enterpreneur in Residence
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Jane Garrett

With 25 years experience in developing, directing and supporting early stage technology-based businesses, Jane utilises her experience as a CEO where she bootstrapped, raised equity funding and floated her software business on London’s AIM through a reverse take-over.  

Entrepreneur in Residence

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Claudio Marinelli
Enterpreneur in Residence
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Claudio has hands-on experience in: business development, technology transfer and investment, entrepreneurship, sales, start-up, management. His technical expertise covers semiconductors, advanced materials, photonics, telecommunication, consumer electronics and medical imaging.

Claudio Marinelli
Enterpreneur in Residence

The Next Cohort

Our attendees come to us from scientific or engineering background and often they are looking for practical guidance, training and support to create their technology businesses.

We are currently seeking passionate researchers to join our autumn cohort and make the leap from academia to start-up.

 

We can help you to create the technology companies of tomorrow. 

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