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Artificial atoms create stable qubits for quantum computing

Artificial atoms create stable qubits for quantum computing

12/02/2020

CQC2T UNSW Sydney researchers have created artificial atoms in silicon chips that offer improved stability for quantum computing. The paper was published in Nature Communications.

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CQC2T’s Dr Michael Fogarty UNSW Engineering wins the Malcolm Chaikin Prize

CQC2T’s Dr Michael Fogarty UNSW Engineering wins the Malcolm Chaikin Prize

23/01/2020

UNSW Sydney has awarded CQC2T's Dr Michael Fogarty the Malcolm Chaikin Prize for research excellence in engineering, where he was judged to have produced the best PhD thesis for the year.

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What it really means to be the ACT Scientist of the Year

What it really means to be the ACT Scientist of the Year

15/01/2020

In August 2018 CQC²T's Dr Rose Ahlefeldt was awarded the prestigious role of 2018 ACT Scientist of the Year. Over the next 12 months Dr Ahlefeldt from ANU, aimed to use the platform to reach…

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Australian Chess Championships success at St George Leagues Club

Australian Chess Championships success at St George Leagues Club

11/01/2020

Professor Michelle Simmons OA, 2018 Australian of the Year, gave the opening address at the recent Australian Chess Championships held at the St George Leagues Club. The Australian Chess Championships attracted nearly 300 participants, including children…

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The Eight Australian Women Who Are Shaking Up The World Of Science

The Eight Australian Women Who Are Shaking Up The World Of Science

10/01/2020

Article from: https://www.marieclaire.com.au/australian-female-scientists by Rhys McKay Society has come so far in the last century that it’s easy to forget that, less than a hundred years ago, women couldn’t vote, they couldn’t own property, and they…

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UNSW’s most read science stories of 2019

UNSW’s most read science stories of 2019

18/12/2019

CQC2T's research story was one of UNSW's most popular science stories for 2019. 200 times faster than before: the quickest quantum operation yet Prof Michelle Simmons with her team's latest breakthrough in quantum computing. Pictured, left…

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Podcast: Meet the meQuanics – E53 – Quantum Supremacy – with Prof Mick Bremner

Podcast: Meet the meQuanics – E53 – Quantum Supremacy – with Prof Mick Bremner

23/10/2019

CQC2T Chief Investigator Prof Mick Bremner discusses a major result in Quantum Computing published in Nature - Google's reported achievement of Quantum Supremacy.

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Research Associate role available in our Silicon Qubit Interface Program. Apply now!

Research Associate role available in our Silicon Qubit Interface Program. Apply now!

22/10/2019

Based at UNSW Sydney, the Research Associate will work with the School of Physics and ARC Centre of Excellence CQC²T to ensure the progress of the Silicon Qubit Interface Program.

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Weaving quantum processors out of laser light

Weaving quantum processors out of laser light

18/10/2019

RMIT and UNSW Canberra researchers from CQC²T open a new avenue to quantum computing with a breakthrough experiment: a large-scale quantum processor made entirely of light.

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Quantum Mechanics survives a gravity test

Quantum Mechanics survives a gravity test

01/10/2019

Scientists, including #CQC2T Chief Investigator Prof. Timothy Ralph, have undertaken an experiment in space that could help bring global quantum internet, closer to being part of everyday life.

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CQC2T Director Prof. Michelle Simmons invited guest at White House state dinner

CQC2T Director Prof. Michelle Simmons invited guest at White House state dinner

24/09/2019

Prof. Michelle Simmons, Director CQC2T, was an invited guest at Donald Trump's state dinner honouring Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

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CQC2T PhD student runner up in UNSW 3 Minute Thesis final

CQC2T PhD student runner up in UNSW 3 Minute Thesis final

18/09/2019

Congratulations to CQC²T PhD student Georgina Carson for placing second in the UNSW 3 Minute Thesis Final for her presentation on Computers of the future: Using tiny particles to solve big problems.

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