Across the world, the race is on to develop the first quantum computer and an Australia research centre is at the front of the pack.
The Australian Government, Telstra and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia have recently recognised the pole position of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC2T) by investing $46 million towards a targeted goal of realising a 10-qubit quantum integrated circuit in silicon within the next five years.
In this feature we explore some of the Centre’s advances in quantum information research.
- A path to large-scale manufacturing
- Build it and they will come – chip design creates computer blueprint
- Sending quantum information around the world
- Shedding ‘spooky’ light on unbreakable security
For more information:
Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology