ANFF-NSW users recognised as 2021 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes finalists

Sep 05, 2021

Congratulations to the ANFF-NSW users recognised as finalists in this year’s Eureka Prize awards:  2021 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes finalists – The Australian Museum ANSTO Eureka Prize for Innovative Use of Technology Professor Justin Gooding, Professor Maria Kavallaris AM, Dr Julio Ribeiro, Dr Aidan O’Mahony, Dr Robert Utama and Dr Lakmali Atapattu (UNSW; Australian Centre … Continue reading ANFF-NSW users recognised as 2021 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes finalists

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New thinking needed for tech commercialisation

Aug 20, 2021

In an article titled “New thinking needed for tech commercialisation” published by InnovationAus today, ANFF chief executive Dr Ian Griffiths talks about how ANFF can be used to bridge the gap between early-stage technology, capital markets and research infrastructure. New thinking needed for tech commercialisation  

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‘Missing jigsaw piece’: engineers make critical advance in quantum computer design

Aug 16, 2021

Quantum engineers from UNSW Sydney have removed a major obstacle that has stood in the way of quantum computers becoming a reality: they discovered a new technique they say will be capable of controlling millions of spin qubits – the basic units of information in a silicon quantum processor. Published today in Science Advances, the … Continue reading ‘Missing jigsaw piece’: engineers make critical advance in quantum computer design

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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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