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November 2020

CQC2T Online Seminar: Deterministic Single Ion Implantation with 99.87% Confidence for Scalable Donor-Qubit Arrays in Silicon –  Alexander Jakob UM

November 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Speaker: Alexander Jakob, University of Melbourne Host: TBC Date/ Time: Tuesday, 24 November 2020, 2pm AEDT (1pm QLD) Presentation: Deterministic Single Ion Implantation with 99.87% Confidence for Scalable Donor-Qubit Arrays in Silicon The attributes of group-V-donor spins implanted in an isotopically purified 28Si crystal make them attractive qubits for large-scale quantum computer devices. Important features include long nuclear and electron spin lifetimes of 31P, hyperfine clock transitions in 209Bi and electrically controllable 123Sb nuclear spins. However, architectures for scalable quantum devices require the ability to…

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Q-Turn 2020

November 23 - November 27

Q-Turn 2020: Going Online! - Q-Turn (q-turn.org) Q-turn is a unique international quantum information workshop series. Our core mission is to foster an inclusive community and highlight outstanding research that may be under-appreciated in other high-impact venues due to systemic biases. As researchers who value the power of education and collaboration, we aim to facilitate a dialogue in the community over issues that affect us as a society, collectively making progress to resolve them. For this reason, Q-turn holds an…

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2020 Chicago Quantum Summit

November 11 @ 8:00 am - November 13 @ 5:00 pm

The third annual Chicago Quantum Summit, hosted virtually by the University of Chicago, will capitalize on the momentum of efforts across the quantum community, including the recently announced launch of US national quantum research centers and key partnerships with academia, industry, and others. With a focus on building collaborations between national centers, companies, and innovators, experts will discuss the future of quantum information science and technology, developing a quantum workforce, and the applications of emerging QIS research.

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CQC2T Online Seminar: Modular Bosonic Subsystem Codes – Giacomo Pantaleoni, RMIT

November 10 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Online

Speaker: Giacomo Pantaleoni, RMIT University Host: TBC Research Overview: Modular Bosonic Subsystem Codes We introduce a framework to decompose a bosonic mode into two virtual subsystems—a logical qubit and a gauge mode. This framework allows the entire toolkit of qubit-based quantum information to be applied in the continuous-variable setting. We give a detailed example based on a modular decomposition of the position basis and apply it in two situations. First, we decompose Gottesman-Kitaev-Preskill grid states and find that the encoded…

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UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase

November 6

The UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2020 will build on the success of previous years, demonstrating the progress made by the National Programme, as it enters its second 5-year phase, and the growing commercialisation and industrialisation of quantum technologies in the UK. The UK National Quantum Technologies Programme (UKNQTP) is a UK Government investment in excess of ~£1b over 10 years, aimed at accelerating the translation of quantum technologies into the marketplace, boosting UK business and making a real difference…

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European Quantum Week

November 2 - November 6

https://eqw.qt.eu/ The European Quantum Week is an online multi-modular event that will run parallel to the Berlin Science Week. Organized by the European Quantum Flagship, with the collaboration of the European Commission, in the context of the Berlin Science Week, it will include outreach activities for the general public, specialized talks and presentations for the quantum community as well as European policy-making and institutional visions for the future of Europe within the field of Quantum Technologies. In a more specialized ambience, it will…

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October 2020

Tech 23

October 27 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Join Tech23 to be a part of the magic mix that is pushing Australian deeptech capability and adoption to the forefront! Over 12 years, Tech23 has spotlighted high-growth company founders and their businesses, giving the audience a window on the future of Australian tech. Tech23 strives to drive adoption of Australia’s tech capabilities by amplifying connections for young companies and joining the dots between enterprise and gamechanging tech! Quantum Powered Industries – Australian Industry with quantum superpowers Tuesday 27 October 2020 @ 4:00pm AEDT Circle Leader: Bill Bartee, Main Sequence Contributors: Professor…

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CQC2T Online Seminar: Imaging ultrathin van der Waals magnets with a quantum diamond microscope – Jean-Philippe Tetienne

October 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Speaker: Jean-Philippe Tetienne, University of Melbourne Research Overview: Imaging ultrathin van der Waals magnets with a quantum diamond microscope The recent isolation of 2D van der Waals magnetic materials has uncovered rich physics that often differs from the magnetic behavior of their bulk counterparts. However, the microscopic details of fundamental processes such as the initial magnetization or domain reversal, which govern the magnetic hysteresis, remain largely unknown in the ultrathin limit. Here a widefield nitrogen‐vacancy (NV) microscope is employed to…

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IQT Inside Quantum Technology EUROPE Online

October 26 - October 30

An Online Conference: Inside Quantum Technology Europe: This is Inside Quantum Technology’s fourth conference on the commercialization of quantum technology. Quantum technology has come a long way since we held the first ever quantum technology conference almost two years ago in Boston and our first European quantum technology conference in The Hague: This conference is a continuation of our European shows and, as always, we are running it in conjunction with our partner, QuTech (founded by the Technical University Delft…

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UNSW Physics Student Seminar – Matt Donnelly

October 23 @ 10:30 am - 11:00 am

Matt Donnelly Three Dimensional Monolithic Control of Atomic-Scale Devices in Silicon The spin of an electron bound to a phosphorus donor in silicon (Si:P) is a prototypical two-level quantum system proposed as a qubit for quantum computing. Fundamental operations (initialisation, read-out with single qubit and two qubit gates) required for using this system for quantum information processing have been demonstrated in the past decade, with attention now turning towards how to scale up this system to the large arrays needed…

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Harvard Foundations of Physics: Mini-Workshop on Causation

October 22 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Note time is US EDT. CQC²T Presenter: Dr Eric Cavalcanti – Griffith University This is a free Zoom event (no registration fee) • The meeting ID and password will be shared with those who register • Each talk will be 45 minutes, followed by 15 minutes for questions • You can find more events in this series in the navigation panel on the left • You can visit the YouTube channel here Questions or comments: Jacob Barandes, (organizer) https://harvardfop.jacobbarandes.com/20201022c

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VIRTUAL CONFERENCE: QUANTUM 2020

October 19 @ 8:00 am - October 22 @ 5:00 pm

Prof. Michelle Simmons presenting Organized by the Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing, in partnership with the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), Quantum 2020 is bringing together the international quantum science community to learn, share and collaborate on the latest research and emerging areas of high interest. A virtual event for the global quantum science community Quantum 2020 is bringing together the international quantum science community to learn, share and collaborate on the latest research and emerging areas…

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