Centre updates

Large-scale quantum circuitry challenges can be overcome for electron spin qubits in quantum dots or donors

Prof Andrew Dzurak and Prof Andrea Morello have contributed to a review of approaches to quantum circuitry for semiconductor spin qubits showing that electron spin qubits in quantum dots or donors offer several opportunities to overcome the challenge of wiring up large qubit arrays.


Sparse qubit array with local electronics

The review was published in npj Quantum Information and concludes that continuous development of semiconductor technology is paving the way for the construction of a large-scale universal quantum computer.

Read the full article in npj Quantum Information

CQC2T partner explains motivation for quantum computing investment

Telstra's Chief Scientist Professor Hugh Bradlow explains the telco giant's commitment to becoming a world class technology company in this piece for Exchange. The company's long-term approach has seen it invest in Australia's first quantum computing company, Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Ltd.

Guests tour UNSW's quantum computing laboratories at the launch of Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Ltd

The company is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between UNSW, the Commonwealth and NSW governments, Commonwealth Bank Australia and Telstra. CQC2T Director Prof Michelle Simmons is a founding member of the company board.

Read more at the Telstra Exchange