Posts tagged with: University of New South Wales (UNSW)

UNSW and U. Melbourne Find Pathway to Silicon Quantum Computing via Increased Coherence of Quantum Bits

UNSW and U. Melbourne Find Pathway to Silicon Quantum Computing via Increased Coherence of Quantum Bits Scientists strengthen quantum building blocks in milestone critical for scale-up Read More… +  A...

Inaugural Conference to Explore Disruptive Aspects of Quantum Computing

Inaugural Conference to Explore Disruptive Aspects of Quantum Computing Registration Open for Inaugural IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE20) As of May 14th, 2020, registration is now...

‘Hot Qubits’ Report From Australia’s UNSW Sydney Shows Steps Toward Scaling With Silicon

‘Hot Qubits’ Report From Australia’s UNSW Sydney Shows Steps Toward Scaling With Silicon Hot qubits made in Sydney break one of the biggest constraints to practical quantum computers Excerpts and...

Silicon Photonic Chips: Solving Two Challenges for Quantum Computing

Silicon computer chips are the foundation for nearly all computing devices today.  From your desktop, to the server room, back into your palm inside your smartphone, and circling Earth in...

Changing Spin with Electrical Charges vice Magnetic Fields Yields…

Spin-based quantum computing is getting a boost from researchers at the University of New South Wales. Potential uses may be found in: Quantum spin-based devices (such as spin transistors, spin-orbit...
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