Quantum information theory underpins and motivates the quantum revolution in computation and communication technology. Led by Professor Howard Wiseman based at Griffith University, the research in QIT is broad-based, including new algorithms/protocols for quantum information processing, quantum estimation and metrology using quantum information technology, feedback-control of quantum information processing devices, and generating novel quantum correlations using optical networks and local processors. The QIT Program collaborates with both theory and experimental programs in the Centre, as well as with partner organisations NASA, NIST, and the National University of Singapore.


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Enhancing quantum teleportation efficacy with noiseless linear amplification Zhao, J; Jeng, H; Conlon, LO; Tserkis, S; Shajilal, B; Liu, K; Ralph, TC; Assad, SM; Lam, PK
Nonlocality activation in a photonic quantum network Luis Villegas-Aguilar, Emanuele Polino, Farzad Ghafari, Marco Túlio Quintino, Kiarn T. Laverick, Ian R. Berkman, Sven Rogge, Lynden K. Shalm, Nora Tischler, Eric G. Cavalcanti, Sergei Slussarenko & Geoff J. Pryde Nature Communications, 15 (2024)
Frame-Based Filter-Function Formalism for Quantum Characterization and Control T Chalermpusitarak, B Tonekaboni, YL Wang, LM Norris, L Viola, GA Paz-Silva PRX Quantum, 2, 030315 (2021)
Limitations on sharing Bell nonlocality between sequential pairs of observers S Cheng, L Liu, TJ Baker, MJW Hall Physical Review A, 104, L060201 (2021)