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Switchable bipartite and genuine tripartite entanglement via an o... C Jiang, S Tserkis, K Collins, S Onoe, Y Li,… Physical Review A, 101, 042320 (2020)
Operation of a silicon quantum processor unit cell above one kelv... CH Yang, RCC Leon, JCC Hwang, A Saraiva, T Tanttu,… Nature, 580, 350 (2020)
A high-fidelity heralded quantum squeezing gate J Zhao, K Liu, H Jeng, M Gu, J Thompson,… Nature Photonics, 14, 306 (2020)
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There is an international race to build a scalable, quantum computer that transcends the capacity of conventional computers. A technology that has the potential to transform the information economy and create the industries of the future – solving complex solutions in hours or minutes.

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology is focused on delivering world-leading quantum research to develop full-scale quantum systems – encompassing ultra-fast quantum computation, secure quantum communication and distributed quantum information processing.

Led by Laureate Fellow and 2018 Australian of the Year Professor Michelle Simmons, CQC²T is an international collaboration between seven Australian universities and more than 25 partners to form one of the largest combined efforts in quantum computation and communication research in the world. CQC²T is funded by the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council Centres of Excellence funding scheme.

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Podcast: Prof David Jamieson talks about his research journey to quantum computing


Eavesdrop on Experts Podcast: Professor David Jamieson takes us on a journey of his research in physics; from the history of Galileo’s discoveries to quantum computing.


Engineers crack 58-year-old puzzle on way to quantum breakthrough

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A mishap during an experiment led UNSW quantum computing researchers to crack a mystery that had stood since 1961.


Reducing noise of quantum light below the sound of silence

In The Media

International researchers, including Prof Ping Koy Lam's team at ANU, has developed a technology that manipulates quantum states of light at noise levels that are quieter than the sound of silence.


Australia’s $4 billion quantum opportunity

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A new roadmap from Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, outlines a vision to create a thriving quantum technology industry, generating $4 billion dollars annually and 16,000 jobs by 2040.


Spin read-out in atomic qubits in an all-epitaxial three-dimensional transistor

M Koch, JG Keizer, P Pakkiam, D Keith, MG. House, E Peretz, MY Simmons

Nature Nanotechnology, 14, 137 (2019)


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