Prof Andrew S. Dzurak

Scientia Professor of Electrical Engineering, The University of New South Wales
BSc (Hons and Medal) Sydney, PhD Cambridge, UK

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Following PhD and postdoctoral research in the Semiconductor Physics group at the University of Cambridge, Andrew returned to Australia in 1994 to take up a Vice Chancellor’s Fellowship, and subsequently an ARC Postdoctoral Fellowship, at UNSW.

Andrew collaborated on the establishment of the Semiconductor Nanofabrication Facility (SNF) at UNSW which has Australia’s highest resolution electron beam lithography capability. In 2008, SNF became the NSW Node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) and Andrew serves as Director of both SNF and the NSW Node of ANFF.

Andrew has been working on silicon qubit concepts since 1998 and directs the Centre’s research program in integrated silicon devices for the control and read-out of silicon qubits based upon phosphorus dopant atoms. Andrew has been central to the establishment of a Collaborative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with Sandia National Laboratories in the US to jointly develop silicon qubit devices which are compatible with CMOS foundry processes.

Andrew has served on numerous advisory bodies including the Expert Working Group, DIISR 2008 Roadmap Review for the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy, and the Scholar Selection Committee of the Cambridge Australia Trust. He has published over 100 scientific papers, is co-inventor on 9 patents and in 2011 shared the Eureka Prize for Scientific Research with Dr Andrea Morello, also from CQC2T.

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