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Recent Publications

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Engineering topological states in atom-based semiconductor quantum dots

M. Kiczynski, S. K. Gorman, H. Geng, M. B. Donnelly, Y. Chung, Y. He, J. G. Keizer & M. Y. Simmons

Nature, 606, 694 (2022)

Observing hyperfine interactions of NV¯ centers in diamond in an advanced quantum teaching lab

Yang Yang, Hyma H. Vallabhapurapu, Vikas K. Sewani, et al.

American Journal of Physics, 90, 550 (2022)

Fermion Sampling: A Robust Quantum Computational Advantage Scheme Using Fermionic Linear Optics and Magic Input States

Michał Oszmaniec, Ninnat Dangniam, Mauro E.S. Morales, and Zoltán Zimborás

PRX Quantum, 3, 020328 (2022)

Featured Videos

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Research Themes

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 Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC²T) 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.

CQC²T’s goal is to realise medium scale quantum processors, in silicon, optical and hybrid platforms, through the integration of quantum hardware with algorithms, architectures and software; logical qubits with error correction for universal quantum computer prototypes; and scalable error corrected quantum communications and quantum networks.

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology is funded by the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council Centres of Excellence funding scheme.

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