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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
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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

Press
Oct 2020

Silicon Quantum Computing’s new team is making the news.

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 […]

Event
May 2020

CSIRO webinar event recording: Australia’s $4bn quantum opportunity

If you missed the live CSIRO webinar event that SQC’s Professor Michelle Simmons took part in, you can view the full recording here: Australia’s $4bn quantum opportunity  

Event
May 2020

Webinar event: Australia’s $4 billion quantum opportunity

Congratulations to CSIRO on the publication of its report, “Growing Australia’s Quantum Technology Industry”, to be released on Friday 22 May 2020. In tandem with the release of this report, SQC’s Professor Michelle Simmons will be taking part in a webinar to provide an opportunity to learn more about the report’s findings. SQC is pleased […]

Announcement
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 […]