Quantum computer coding in silicon now possible

CQC2T researchers have proven, with the highest score ever obtained, a quantum version of computer code can be written and manipulated using two quantum bits in a silicon microchip. The result removes any doubt silicon can be the foundation for a powerful quantum computer. Full Article
The results appear in the international journal Nature Nanotechnology.

Lead authors Dr Juan Pablo Dehollain (right) and Dr Stephanie Simmons (middle) with Chief Investigator A/Prof Andrea Morello (left) in the Measurement Laboratory at UNSW.

CQC2T scientists design a full-scale architecture for a quantum computer in silicon

Researchers at University of the Melbourne and the University of New South Wales have designed a scalable 3D silicon chip architecture based on single atom quantum bits, providing a blueprint to build operational quantum computers.
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Lead author Dr Charles Hill (left) and Chief Investigator Prof Lloyd Hollenberg (right) from the University of Melbourne.
'A Surface Code Quantum Computer in Silicon', Science Advances 1, e1500707