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Complete design of a silicon quantum computer chip unveiled

15/12/2017

A reimagining of today’s computer chips by UNSW engineers shows how a quantum computer can be manufactured – using mostly standard silicon technology.

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Paper by Scott Lillie highlighted in Nature Nanotechnology

Paper by Scott Lillie highlighted in Nature Nanotechnology

08/11/2017

A recent paper by Scott Lillie from CQC2T's Melbourne node has been featured as a research highlight in the latest edition of Nature Nanotechnology. The paper on coherent control of a spin qubit in diamond,…

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

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

06/10/2017

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…

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The quest for a silicon quantum computer

The quest for a silicon quantum computer

13/09/2017

Three teams of Australian researchers are racing to make a silicon quantum computer. Full article by Wilson da Silva published in COSMOS Magazine 13 September 2017 CQC²T’s UNSW quantum computing effort is focused on creating…

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CQC2T researchers propose new type of qubit

CQC2T researchers propose new type of qubit

06/09/2017

Prof Andrea Morello and his team at UNSW has developed a new architecture for quantum computing, based on novel ‘flip-flop qubits’, that promises to make the large-scale manufacture of quantum chips dramatically easier. Artist's impression…

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The sound of a single atom

28/05/2015

It sounds like a pinball machine heard through a couple of tin cans and a bit of string, but that is actually the pinging noise of individual ions being fired into a silicon chip.

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Computing with a single atom

Computing with a single atom

18/09/2012

A research team led by Australian engineers has created the first working quantum bit based on a single atom in silicon, opening the way to ultra-powerful quantum computers of the future.

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