QTS group awarded more than $40K in quantum server time.

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.

Panel: Building a strong quantum industry in Sydney,

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)

Simon Devitt awarded the inaugural Warren Prize by the Royal Society of NSW

Simon Devitt is the inaugural recipient of The Warren Prize by the Royal Society of New South Wales, in recognition of the national and international significance of his work as a mid-career quantum researcher. In a formal acknowledgement of award letter this month, The Royal Society of New South Wales congratulated Dr Devitt for his outstanding achievements and contributionsContinue reading “Simon Devitt awarded the inaugural Warren Prize by the Royal Society of NSW”