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Exquisite control of qubit wavefunctions in devices

Sydney, Australia, 26 June 2023 – Atom-based qubits in silicon represent the most precise platform in the solid state for scalable quantum processors. Core to understanding the operation of single and two qubit gates in these processors is to observe the underlying qubit wave functions and how these are controlled by metallic gates during device […]
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Jun 2023

Exquisite control of qubit wavefunctions in devices

Sydney, Australia, 26 June 2023 – Atom-based qubits in silicon represent the most precise platform in the solid state for scalable quantum processors. Core to understanding the operation of single and two qubit gates in these processors is to observe the underlying qubit wave functions and how these are controlled by metallic gates during device […]

Journal
Apr 2023

Michelle Simmons portrait selected as finalist in the 2023 Archibald Prize

SQC’s CEO and Founder, Michelle Simmons, recently had the honour of working with artist Charles Mouyat, who’s portrait of her has been selected as a finalist in the 2023 Archibald Prize. We asked Charles about his inspiration for the portrait. He said, “What mattered most to me in entering this year was that my subject […]

Journal
Apr 2023

Atomic precision experiments redefine our understanding of quantum tunnelling

Sydney, Australia, 8 March 2023 – SQC’s precision control of tunnelling experiments combined with multi-scale modelling has revealed that physicists’ understanding of quantum tunnel barriers was wrong.     Key to engineering high fidelity quantum processors is the ability to control quantum tunnelling across every aspect of the device operation. This not only includes qubit entanglement, […]

News Atom qubits in silicon
Mar 2023

High-fidelity CNOT gate for donor electron spin qubits in silicon

Sydney, Australia, 6th March 2023 – Silicon Quantum Computing (SQC) has announced another important theoretical milestone. Recently released as an Editors highlight in the journal Physical Reviews Applied, the SQC team has demonstrated that the nuclear spins inherent to atom qubits in silicon can be used as atomic magnets to boost the fidelities of two-qubit […]

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Feb 2023

SQC uses entanglement to precisely map the exact location of nuclear spins in a silicon chip

Sydney, Australia, 9 February 2023 – Australian quantum computing manufacturer, Silicon Quantum Computing (SQC), has today announced how it has used entanglement to precisely map the exact location of individual nuclear spins in a silicon chip – a significant achievement in the field of quantum sensing. “This result is an important milestone in being able […]

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Oct 2022

On-site, local manufacturing

SQC devices are manufactured in our on-site atomic-scale chip production environment   SQC manufactures all its devices in a dedicated on-site atomic-scale fabrication line developed over the past 20 years, leveraging ~$150 million of infrastructure at UNSW Sydney. Our facilities include globally unique and extensive atom manipulation and crystal growth facilities that sit alongside a […]