Building a quantum computer is a major challenge in understanding the quantum effects that we want to put to practical use for computation. Along with that we have a big challenge in designing the control and measurement electronics that are needed to operate a complex device such as a quantum computer at high frequencies and temperatures near absolute zero.

Led by Program Manager Associate Professor Arne Laucht from UNSW Sydney, the Scale-up Engineering Program focuses on developing these enabling technologies: high-sensitivity quantum measurements, control and readout multiplexing for routing information into, out of, and within the quantum processor.

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Hyperfine-mediated spin relaxation in donor-atom qubits in silicon Hsueh, YL; Kranz, L; Keith, D; Monir, S; Chung, YS; Gorman, SK; Rahman, R; Simmons, MY
Jellybean quantum dots in silicon for qubit coupling and on-chip quantum chemistry Zeheng Wang, MengKe Feng, Santiago Serrano, William Gilbert, Ross C. C. Leon, Tuomo Tanttu, Philip Mai, Dylan Liang, Jonathan Y. Huang, Yue Su, Wee Han Lim, Fay E. Hudson, Christopher C. Escott, Andrea Morello, Chih Hwan Yang, Andrew S. Dzurak, Andre Saraiva, Arne Laucht Advanced Materials, 35, Issue 19 (2023)
Observing hyperfine interactions of NV¯ centers in diamond in an advanced quantum teaching lab Yang Yang, Hyma H. Vallabhapurapu, Vikas K. Sewani, et al. American Journal of Physics, 90, 550 (2022)