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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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Announcement
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 […]

Announcement
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 […]

News
Dec 2020

Hitting the quantum ‘sweet spot’

Another exciting development for SQC. Our researchers, working with researchers from the Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, have located the ‘sweet spot’ for positioning qubits in silicon to scale up atom-based quantum processors. Read about this latest milestone in The New Stack’s latest blog post here:   Researchers Discover ‘Sweet Spot’ […]

Event
Dec 2020

AFR Innovation Summit Keynote

The AFR Innovation Summit, held on 7 December 2020 was an exploration of responses to the challenges of 2020, and the opportunities for Australia to innovate its way to a strong post-COVID recovery. Watch the keynote talk by Professor Michelle Simmons and Professor John Martinis followed by a Q&A with AFR journalist, John Davidson .

Press
Nov 2020

SkyNews Weekend Business

Australia’s push to advance the field of quantum computing got a big boost with the arrival of Professor John Martinis joining Professor Michelle Simmons at Silicon Quantum Computing.

News
Oct 2020

Silence, please: quietest semiconductor quantum bits on record

We are excited about our latest milestone from Professor Michelle Simmons and the SQC team. Read about the news: Quietest semiconductor quantum bits on record Read the article: Advanced Materials