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Universities join forces to make Sydney a Quantum Harbour City

Universities join forces to make Sydney a Quantum Harbour City

12/03/2019

Prof Dzurak's team at UNSW have demonstrated that the state, or value, of a quantum bit (qubit) in silicon can be read out in a way that removes the need to have readout sensors alongside the qubits.

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CQC²T Research Fellow Dr Nora Tischler bound for prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

CQC²T Research Fellow Dr Nora Tischler bound for prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

05/03/2019

Dr Nora Tischler from Griffith University, is among the 10 young physicists from Australia that have been chosen to attend the prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

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The ARC Centre of Excellence in Quantum Computation and Communication Technology has been officially launched.

The ARC Centre of Excellence in Quantum Computation and Communication Technology has been officially launched.

15/02/2019

The Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence in Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC²T) was officially launched by Mr Jason Falinski MP receiving $33.7 million in federal funding to continue its development of the…

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Prouder than ever to be Australian

Prouder than ever to be Australian

24/01/2019

UNSW Sydney quantum computing pioneer Michelle Simmons looks back on her time as the 2018 Australian of the Year. Just under a year ago, I was one of eight nominees in the running for the 2018 Australian of…

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Quantum scientists demonstrate world-first 3D atomic-scale quantum chip architecture

Quantum scientists demonstrate world-first 3D atomic-scale quantum chip architecture

08/01/2019

CQC2T have shown that their pioneering single atom technology can be adapted to building 3D silicon quantum chips – with precise interlayer alignment and highly accurate measurement of spin state.

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Researchers leap closer to quantum computing with new optical microchip

Researchers leap closer to quantum computing with new optical microchip

11/12/2018

#CQC2T Chief Investigators from Griffith, ANU and UNSW investigate an optical microchip that has most of the basic functionality required for creating future quantum computer.

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Harnessing the power of ‘spin-orbit’ coupling: scaling up spin-based quantum computation

Harnessing the power of ‘spin-orbit’ coupling: scaling up spin-based quantum computation

10/12/2018

Research teams from UNSW are investigating multiple pathways to scale up atom-based computing architectures using spin-orbit coupling – advancing towards their goal of building a silicon-based quantum computer in Australia. Australian scientists have investigated new…

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Quantum computing at scale: Australian scientists achieve compact, sensitive qubit readout

Quantum computing at scale: Australian scientists achieve compact, sensitive qubit readout

27/11/2018

A group led by Australian of the Year, Professor Michelle Simmons, has overcome another critical technical hurdle for building a silicon-based quantum computer. The authors of the paper, from left to right: PhD student Mark…

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World experts heading down under to talk silicon quantum computing

World experts heading down under to talk silicon quantum computing

14/11/2018

Scientists from around the world are landing in Sydney this week to join discussions on the latest research in silicon quantum computing with renowned physicist and Australian of the Year, Professor Michelle Simmons, and UNSW…

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Griffith’s precision measurement takes it to the limit

06/11/2018

Griffith University researchers have demonstrated a procedure for making precise measurements of speed, acceleration, material properties and even gravity waves possible, approaching the ultimate sens

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Tests show integrated quantum chip operations possible

Tests show integrated quantum chip operations possible

31/10/2018

Two fundamental quantum techniques have been combined by a UNSW team in a integrated silicon chip for the first time, confirming the promise of using silicon for quantum computing. Quantum computers that are capable of…

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AI changing the way scientists carry out experiments

AI changing the way scientists carry out experiments

20/10/2018

This latest research has demonstrated the potential for AI to optimise cold atomic systems. The solution found by the AI can trap twice as many cold atoms in half the time.

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