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Top physics prizes awarded to CQC2T researchers at UNSW

Top physics prizes awarded to CQC2T researchers at UNSW

06/09/2021

The Australian Institute of Physics has awarded two medals to CQC²T' researchers - Scientia Professor Andrea Morello and Dr Samuel Gorman. 

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The Royal Society awards Michelle Simmons the prestigious Bakerian Medal

The Royal Society awards Michelle Simmons the prestigious Bakerian Medal

24/08/2021

Internationally renowned UNSW Scientia Professor and Director of CQC2T, Prof. Michelle Simmons, is recognised for creating the field of atomic electronics.

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‘Missing jigsaw piece’: engineers make critical advance in quantum computer design

‘Missing jigsaw piece’: engineers make critical advance in quantum computer design

14/08/2021

A team of researchers led by CQC2T Chief Investigator Prof Andrew Dzurak have solved a decades-old problem about how to reliably control millions of qubits in a silicon quantum computer chip.

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July Lectures in Physics: Revolutionary discoveries in Physics made too soon – 30th July 6.30pm

July Lectures in Physics: Revolutionary discoveries in Physics made too soon – 30th July 6.30pm

29/07/2021

This Friday, Prof. David Jamieson will look at advances in physics that were ahead of their time and asks: can we identify the premature discoveries of the present day that may shape the future?

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Big picture policy needed for Australia’s future industries

Big picture policy needed for Australia’s future industries

10/06/2021

Prof Michelle Simmons and an expert panel discuss developing Australia’s “industries of tomorrow”, and the requirement for long term, bipartisan public policy and a rethink of research outcomes.

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Call for Australia to make a quantum leap in start-up culture

Call for Australia to make a quantum leap in start-up culture

18/05/2021

CQC2T Director Prof Michelle Simmons talks to ABC Radio National about the the global race to commercialise quantum technology.

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Celebrate success to drive innovation ambition: Simmons

Celebrate success to drive innovation ambition: Simmons

10/05/2021

Prof Simmons told a panel discussion with leaders from Cochlear and the NSW Government that more attention needed to be paid Australia’s innovation success stories.

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Qubits comprised of holes could be the trick to build faster, larger quantum computers

Qubits comprised of holes could be the trick to build faster, larger quantum computers

02/04/2021

A new study by FLEET and CQC2T indicates holes may be the solution to operational speed/coherence trade-off, potential scaling up of qubits to a mini-quantum computer.

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Scheme attracts the world’s top researchers to Australia

Scheme attracts the world’s top researchers to Australia

05/03/2021

On The Science Show host Robyn Williams speaks to Prof Michelle Simmons, international researchers, and Peter Verwer, The Prime Minister’s Special Envoy for Global Business and Talent Attraction.

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

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

09/02/2021

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

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

18/01/2021

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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BLOG: THE LITHOGRAPHER: QUANTUM ISSUE

BLOG: THE LITHOGRAPHER: QUANTUM ISSUE

09/12/2020

QC²T Director, Prof. Michelle Simmons talk to The Lithographer about quantum computing research and her unique fabrication process.

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