Established in 2021, the primary goal of the NISQ Optical Computing Program, led by Dr Sergei Slussarenko at Griffith University, is the rapid development of a scalable noisy intermediate-scale optical quantum (NISQ) computing platform, suitable for BosonSampling, and similar NISQ applications. This goal will be approached on one side by developing a high-efficiency reconfigurable optical sampling platform, with an 8-mode device acting as a prototype. From the theory side, this program will collaborate with other research programs of CQC²T to investigate and optimise the circuit decompositions designs for optical NISQ sampling devices in order to enhance the scalability and applicability of the entire computational platform.


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Quantum channel correction outperforming direct transmission S Slussarenko, MM W Lynden K Shalm, VB Verma, SW Nam, S Kocsis, TC Ralph, GJ Pryde Nature Communications, 13, 1832 (2022)
Photonic quantum information processing: A concise review S Slussarenko, GJ Pryde Applied Physics Reviews, 6, 041303 (2019)
Experimental optical phase measurement approaching the exact Heisenberg limit S Daryanoosh, S Slussarenko, DW Berry, HM Wiseman, GJ Pryde Nature Communications, 9, 4606 (2018)