Centre updates

Dr Jacq Romero named L'Oréal Australia women in science fellow

Dr Jacq Romero, a researcher in CQC2T's photonic quantum computation program at the University of Queensland, has been named one of five L'Oréal Australia women in science fellows. Romero was recognised for her work creating quantum “alphabets” using the orbital angular momentum of light.

CQC2T congratulates Dr Romero and the four other fellows.

See the full list of fellows in Cosmos Magazine

Learn more about Dr Romero's work

Large-scale quantum circuitry challenges can be overcome for electron spin qubits in quantum dots or donors

Prof Andrew Dzurak and Prof Andrea Morello have contributed to a review of approaches to quantum circuitry for semiconductor spin qubits showing that electron spin qubits in quantum dots or donors offer several opportunities to overcome the challenge of wiring up large qubit arrays.


Sparse qubit array with local electronics

The review was published in npj Quantum Information and concludes that continuous development of semiconductor technology is paving the way for the construction of a large-scale universal quantum computer.

Read the full article in npj Quantum Information