Dr. Takamasa Momose’s project, HAICU: Hydrogen Antihydrogen Infrastructure at Canadian Universities for Quantum Innovations in Antimatter Science, has received a $3.3Million contribution from the BC Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF).
State-of-the-art infrastructure will be built because of this funding, which will use new quantum techniques to study the properties of antimatter and address questions about the Universe.
Dr. Momose’s research works to advance BC’s leadership in quantum innovation and will support the development of new technologies. In turn, this will grow BC’s economy as these new technologies are used by BC companies. Read more here>