Posts tagged with: University of Sydney

Q-CTRL, University of Sydney Tackle Error Supression in Quantum Computers

A Sydney-based start-up, Q-CTRL, has released the results of its algorithmic benchmarking experiments, which demonstrate massively improved performance of quantum computers when an error suppression technique is applied. The technique...

Q-CTRL, University of Sydney Devise Machine Learning Technique to Pinpoint Quantum Errors

Researchers at the University of Sydney and quantum control startup Q-CTRL today [July 29, 2021] announced a way to identify sources of error in quantum computers through machine learning, providing...

Major Step Forward for Quantum Error Algorithms

Quantum computers are poised to become a powerful tool for scientific and industrial computing in coming years. What was for decades a theoretical concept is finally becoming a physical reality....

Q-CTRL to the Rescue! Australia’s NSW Seeks Assistance to Enable a More Resilient Transport Network

Transport for NSW looks to quantum future with Q-CTRL Read More… +  Transport for NSW has enlisted the help of Sydney-based quantum computing startup Q-CTRL to tackle transport network management...

Australia and India to Work Jointly to Enhance Critical Quantum Technology Diplomacy

Australia announces cyber projects with India under AICCTP Read More… +  Melbourne: Australia announced three cyber projects with India as it launched its International Cyber and Critical Technology Engagement Strategy,...

U. Sydney Student’s Code Change Significantly Reduces Needed Resources for Error Detection and Correction; Amazon Takes Notice

Sydney student’s quantum code picked up by AWS Read More… +  A University of Sydney honours student’s quantum computing code is attracting global attention and will be used by cloud...