New paper in Nature Communications opens the pathway to a ‘Quantum Data Bus’

Jul 06, 2021

Professor Andrew Dzurak’s team has had new results opening the path to a quantum data bus for silicon CMOS quantum processor chips published in Nature Communications yesterday. These show that electron spin qubits can be transported between quantum dots while maintaining their spin polarisation (to 99.97%) and spin coherence (to 99.4%) information. The experiments were … Continue reading New paper in Nature Communications opens the pathway to a ‘Quantum Data Bus’

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UNSW researcher Dr Udo Römer has been granted an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award

Jul 01, 2021

UNSW researcher Dr Udo Römer has been granted an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award for the project “Nervous tissue stimulation using multi-junction silicon photodiodes”. He will use the ANFF-NSF facilities for thin film depositions and microfabrication of devices.

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New paper in Nature Communications

May 31, 2021

Professor Andrew Dzurak’s team has had their work on CMOS qubits recognised with a recent paper acceptance in Nature Communications. The paper reports an experimental demonstration of a new type of two-qubit logic gate based on our SiMOS qubit technology which allows more complex multi-electron spin systems to act as qubits. The technological implications of … Continue reading New paper in Nature Communications

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UNSW appoints Pro Vice-Chancellor Research

Feb 22, 2021

Scientia Professor Sven Rogge has been appointed to the position of Pro Vice-Chancellor Research (PVCR) at UNSW Sydney

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Prof. Sven Rogge from UNSW Physics has been elected President of the Australian Institute of Physics.

Feb 16, 2021

Congratulations to ⁦‪Prof. Sven Rogge from the School of Physics, who has been elected President of the Australian Institute of Physics.

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