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Teleportation may be a concept usually reserved for science fiction, but researchers from CQC2T have demonstrated that it can be used to avoid loss in communication channels on the quantum level.
Congratulations to CQC²T Chief Investigator Professor Howard Wiseman from Griffith University, who was awarded the Australian Institute of Physics 2021 Walter Boas Medal.
CQC2T Chief Investigator Prof. Andrea Morello's team at UNSW Sydney led research that paves the way for large silicon-based quantum processors for real-world manufacturing and application.
Quantum computers could be constructed cheaply and reliably using a new technique perfected by a CQC2T-led team that embeds single atoms in silicon wafers, one-by-one.
Dr Tischler will lead a $433,182 DECRA project to advance quantum networking and computation to produce key resources for the quantum internet of the future.
Quantum physicist and #scicomm advocate Professor Andrea Morello UNSW has been awarded the 2021 AIP NSW award for Community Outreach to Physics.
Researchers, including CQC²T Research Fellow Dr Maria Kieferova, have discovered an important barrier that prevents quantum machine learning from being trained – too much quantum entanglement.
UNSW research shows KTaO3 dielectric resonators are a promising platform for the delivery of microwave fields for the control of spins in various materials at cryogenic temperatures.
Dr Henry Yang from UNSW Engineering has been selected in the MIT Technology Review's Top 35 Innovators Under 35 in the Asia-Pacific for his work on Silicon CMOS-compatible qubits.
Prof. Michelle Simmons, UNSW Sydney, and Prof. Geoff Pryde, Griffith University, were announced as 2021 American Physical Society Fellows.
- February 1-04, 2023
- The 45th Annual Condensed Matter and Materials Meeting (“Wagga 2023”)