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Atom by atom: new silicon computer chip technique opens up quantum computing construction possibilities

Atom by atom: new silicon computer chip technique opens up quantum computing construction possibilities

13/01/2022

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.

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Dr Nora Tischler awarded ARC 2022 DECRA

Dr Nora Tischler awarded ARC 2022 DECRA

03/12/2021

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. 

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CQC2T/AIP Webinar: Machine learning for quantum technology – 10th December at 11am AEDT

CQC2T/AIP Webinar: Machine learning for quantum technology – 10th December at 11am AEDT

01/12/2021

The Australian Institute of Physics (AIP) in partnership with CQC²T is hosting a webinar on Machine Learning for Quantum Technology - on Friday 10th December, kicking off at 11am AEDT.

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Researchers disentangle quantum machine learning

Researchers disentangle quantum machine learning

09/11/2021

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.

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A highly efficient transparent microwave resonator for optical quantum experiments at cryogenic temperatures

A highly efficient transparent microwave resonator for optical quantum experiments at cryogenic temperatures

01/11/2021

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.

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Dr Henry Yang selected in the MIT Technology Review Top 35 Innovators Under 35 Asia-Pacific

Dr Henry Yang selected in the MIT Technology Review Top 35 Innovators Under 35 Asia-Pacific

29/10/2021

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.

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Prof Michelle Simmons and Prof Geoff Pryde elected 2021 American Physical Society Fellows

Prof Michelle Simmons and Prof Geoff Pryde elected 2021 American Physical Society Fellows

14/10/2021

Prof. Michelle Simmons, UNSW Sydney, and Prof. Geoff Pryde, Griffith University, were announced as 2021 American Physical Society Fellows on Oct. 13.

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CSIRO appoints Professor Elanor Huntington as its new executive director of digital, national facilities and collections

CSIRO appoints Professor Elanor Huntington as its new executive director of digital, national facilities and collections

17/09/2021

CSIRO this week announced it has appointed Professor Elanor Huntington as its new executive director of digital, national facilities and collections.

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Join us to celebrate Women in STEM through a Wikipedia edit-a-thon!

Join us to celebrate Women in STEM through a Wikipedia edit-a-thon!

13/09/2021

Join us to celebrate Women in STEM through a Wikipedia edit-a-thon this Friday 17th September. Register to attend.

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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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Podcast: Quantum Computers: Building and Harnessing the Power of Quantum Machines with Prof. Andrea Morello

Podcast: Quantum Computers: Building and Harnessing the Power of Quantum Machines with Prof. Andrea Morello

01/09/2021

In this episode of Bridging the Gaps Professor Andrea Morello discusses the fascinating science & engineering of conceptualizing and building quantum computers.

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Apply now! CQC2T Women in Quantum PhD & Honours Top-Up Scholarships

Apply now! CQC2T Women in Quantum PhD & Honours Top-Up Scholarships

30/08/2021

CQC2T is looking for female PhD and Honours students to join our multidisciplinary team of scientists and engineers developing quantum computing and communication technologies of the future.

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