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John Martinis awarded Bell Prize

Congratulations to Professor John Martinis as he is awarded seventh biennial Bell Prize Professor Martinis has been awarded the most prestigious prize in fundamental quantum mechanics and their applications SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – May 7, 2021–Professor John Martinis has been awarded the John Stewart Bell Prize for Research on Fundamental Issues in Quantum Mechanics and their […]
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May 2021

John Martinis awarded Bell Prize

Congratulations to Professor John Martinis as he is awarded seventh biennial Bell Prize Professor Martinis has been awarded the most prestigious prize in fundamental quantum mechanics and their applications SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – May 7, 2021–Professor John Martinis has been awarded the John Stewart Bell Prize for Research on Fundamental Issues in Quantum Mechanics and their […]

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Mar 2021

SQC Releases Semiconductor Qubit Readout Benchmarking Tool

SQC Releases Semiconductor Qubit Readout Benchmarking Tool for Community Use The ability to benchmark qubit technology as it evolves is essential for our goal of enabling useful quantum computing. In recognition of this, SQC has today released a tool to benchmark device readout fidelity, announced at the 2021 American Physical Society’s March Meeting. Developed by […]

Announcement
Sep 2020

Google’s former top quantum scientist, Professor John Martinis, has joined the SQC team

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – September 30, 2020 – Silicon Quantum Computing (SQC), the Australian technology startup founded by Professor Michelle Simmons AO, today announced internationally-renowned quantum physicist Professor John Martinis has joined the SQC team to accelerate their development of a silicon based quantum computer. Professor Martinis, and his team at Google, were the first to […]

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Mar 2020

Changes to Silicon Quantum Computing’s Program

Silicon Quantum Computing (SQC) wishes to announce it has taken steps to refine and focus its technology development program to ensure it delivers on its objective of creating a ten (10) qubit silicon quantum processor prototype by 2023 and on its plans to bring commercially useful quantum computing to market. To achieve this, the Company […]

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Feb 2020

$3 million CRC-P grant awarded

Commonwealth Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-P) funding will support a project to produce isotopically pure silicon – a key enabling material for silicon-based quantum computers. Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Limited (SQC) is pleased to announce receipt of a $3 million CRC-P funding grant awarded to a collaboration led by Silex Systems Limited (Silex) with UNSW […]

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Dec 2019

Launch of Silicon Enrichment Project for Quantum Computing

Silex Systems Limited (SLX) and Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Limited (SQC) are pleased to announce the launch of a four year project (the Project) to develop a process for the commercial production of high-purity ‘Zero-Spin Silicon’ using a variant of SILEX laser enrichment technology. Project supported by advance purchase arrangements for SQC to acquire high-purity […]