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Coherent spin qubit transport in silicon J Yoneda, W Huang, M Feng, CH Yang, KW Chan,… Nature Communications, 12, 4114 (2021)
Coherent control of a donor-molecule electron spin qubit in silic... L Fricke, SJ Hile, L Kranz, Y Chung, Y He,… Nature Communications, 12, 3323 (2021)
Bell-state tomography in a silicon many-electron artificial molec... RCC Leon, CH Yang, JCC Hwang, JC Lemyre, T Tanttu,… Nature Communications, 12, 3228 (2021)
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RESEARCH EXCELLENCE, GLOBAL LEADERSHIP

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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A two-qubit gate between phosphorus donor electrons in silicon

Y He, SK Gorman, D Keith, L Kranz, JG Keizer, MY Simmons

Nature, 571, 371 (2019)

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New quantum paradox reveals contradiction between widely-held beliefs

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Quantum physicists at Griffith University have unveiled a new paradox that says, when it comes to certain long-held beliefs about nature, “something’s gotta give”.

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CQC2T CI Professor Sven Rogge has been elected President of the Australian Institute of Physics (AIP)

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Professor Rogge says the main objective of his presidency will be to engage with physicists at all career stages in Australia, in both academia and industry.

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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.

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Prof Elanor Huntington has been elected as a 2020 Fellow to the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE).

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Prof Huntington's Fellowship recognises her "historic breakthroughs in quantum computing", including proving certain light beams can be destroyed, teleported and then perfectly reassembled.

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International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors (ICPS) to be held Sunday 26 June – Friday 1 July 2022

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This biennial meeting is the premier forum for reporting all aspects of semiconductor physics including electronic, structural, optical, magnetic and transport properties.

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CQC2T Chief Investigator Prof. Ping Koy Lam 2020 New Fellow Australian Academy of Science

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Congratulations to CQC²T CI Prof. Ping Koy Lam, a newly elected Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, recognised for his contributions to commercialising quantum communications in Australia.

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Machine learning to scale up the quantum computer

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A machine learning framework has been created to precisely locate atom-sized quantum bits in silicon – a crucial step for building a large-scale silicon quantum computer

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