Are you considering undertaking a PhD in quantum technology? Apply for Sydney Quantum Academy (SQA) PhD Scholarships. SQA PhD Scholarships provide a competitive stipend of up to AU$35,000 p.a., access to career development funding and exclusive benefits. The QTS group at UTS is happy to sponsor qualified applicants for SQA scholarships across our major group projects: Click to check out our projectsContinue reading “Sydney Quantum Academy PhD positions”
The meQuanics and UTS centre for quantum software and information seminar series now hosts FULL VIDEO when you watch through Spotify! Listen and WATCH quantum talks from researchers around the world through your Spotify app (Audio still available through all other platforms). Click to go to the meQuanics website on Spotify.
Pleased to announce the call for papers for the 4th instalment of the Quantum Resource Estimation #QRE2022 workshop, co-located with @ISCAConfOrg. 18th of June in New York City. Extended abstract submission on the 24th of April. Come and join us. https://www.quantumresource.org
Cambridge University press has released a new textbook on the field of quantum communications. Authored and edited by QSI faculty member, Peter Rohde we along with many others contributed chapters to this fantastic book. Get it now on Amazon
The Royal Society of NSW — the oldest learned society in the Southern Hemisphere has elected Simon Devitt as fellow.
The QTS@UTS group, in collaboration with researchers at Aalto University, Finland and the University of Huntsville, Alabama, have been awarded $30K USD ($42K AUD) on the IonQ hardware platform through Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. This hardware time will be utilised to test several new protocols in quantum communications and Quantum Error Correction.
Published in the Australian Financial Review in support of our recent work with ASPI. https://www.afr.com/technology/australia-no-longer-leads-world-in-quantum-computing-20210802-p58f7o
As part of the city of Sydney’s visiting Entrepreneur program, Quantum technology was the featured industry in 2021. This was a panel discussion held at UTS Startups featuring Michael Hush (QCTRL), Chris Ferrie (UTS), Biliana Rajevic (SQA), Nathan Langford (UTS), Michael Biercuk (QCTRL) and Simon Devitt (UTS)
To support the release of our collaborative report with ASPI, we participated in a panel at ASPI’s headquarters in Canberra to discuss the possibilities of a national quantum initiative