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Computers of the future: Using tiny particles to solve big problems I Georgina Carson I #3MT
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Computers of the future: Using tiny particles to solve big problems I Georgina Carson I #3MT

UNSW Sydney’s most exciting doctoral research has been showcased as 22 students took part in the 3 Minute Thesis Final on Tuesday evening, with second place awarded to CQC²T's Georgina Carson for her presentation about developments in quantum computing.

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