Australian Universities

UNSW Sydney

UNSW Sydney (the University of New South Wales) is the head office of CQC²T located at the Kensington Campus in Sydney, and is home to key management staff including the Centre Director and Chief Operating Officer. UNSW was a founding institution of the Special Research Centre for Quantum Computing Technology established in 2000, and the  subsequent ARC Centres of Excellence scheme funded from 2003. Six of the Centre's…

University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne was one of the founding partners of the Australian Research Council's Centre for Quantum Computing and has been a core partner of CQC²T since it was established in 2003. The team at The University of Melbourne includes two Chief Investigators - Deputy Director of CQC²T, Prof Lloyd Hollenberg and Prof David Jamieson - with over 25 CQC²T students and staff. The University of Melbourne hosts…

Australian National University

The Australian National University (ANU) has been a core partner of CQC²T since 2011. The team at ANU includes five Chief Investigators – Node Director Prof Ping Koy Lam, A.Prof Ben Buchler, A.Prof Matt Sellars, Prof Elanor Huntington and Prof Matthew James - with over 30 researchers and students. The Australian National University hosts four Programs and two Work Packages in the Centre of Excellence: Quantum Repeater Technology…

Griffith University

Griffith University has been a core partner of CQC²T since 2003. The team at Griffith University includes 3 Chief Investigators - Node Director Prof Howard Wiseman, Prof Geoff Pryde and A.Prof Mirko Lobino - and has 18 researchers and students. Griffith University now hosts three programs in the Centre of Excellence: Quantum Information Theory led by Professor Howard Wiseman; Optical Quantum Information led by Professor Geoff Pryde, and Integrated…

The University of Queensland

The University of Queensland (UQ) was a founding institution of the Special Research Centre for Quantum Computing Technology established in 2000, and the subsequent ARC Centres of Excellence scheme funded from 2003. Based at the St Lucia Campus, the node hosts two Chief Investigators - Centre Executive Professor Tim Ralph and Dr Austin Lund - with a team of 9 researchers and students. Prof. Ralph leads the Quantum…

RMIT University

RMIT University joined CQC²T as a core partner in June 2018. CQC²T has two Chief Investigators based at RMIT with a team of 12 staff and students. Chief Investigator Dr Alberto Peruzzo leads the Logical Qubit Work Package and is the Program Manager for the Photonic Quantum Processor Program. Dr Peruzzo is the Director of the new RMIT research facilities based out of the city campus. The Quantum…

University of Technology Sydney

The University of Technology Sydney - UTS - is a dynamic and innovative university located in central Sydney. UTS joined CQC²T in 2017 as a collaborating partner led by Chief Investigator Professor Michael Bremner. Prof Bremner's research at CQC²T is focussed on methodologies and capabilities of quantum software and information technologies, with a significant focus on the development of new applications for these technologies. Based out of the…