UNSW Sydney (the University of New South Wales) is the head office of CQC²T located at the Kensington Campus in Sydney, and is home to key management staff including the Centre Director and Chief Operating Officer.
UNSW was a founding institution of the Special Research Centre for Quantum Computing Technology established in 2000, and the subsequent ARC Centres of Excellence scheme funded from 2003.
Six of the Centre’s Chief Investigators are based at UNSW Sydney including – Centre Director, Professor Michelle Simmons, Professor Andrew Dzurak, Professor Sven Rogge, Professor Andrea Morello, Dr Arne Laucht and Dr Matthew House. Chief Investigator Dr Hidehiro Yowenaza is based at UNSW Canberra.
UNSW Sydney hosts over 70 research staff and students and leads 5 Research Programs including Precision Qubit Processors Program, Silicon Hardware Program, The Integrated Silicon Nano-Spintronics Program, Silicon Qubit Environment & Interface Program and Scale-Up Engineering Program.
UNSW Sydney houses state-of-the art laboratories including The Atom Fabrication Laboratories, Cryogenic Measurement Laboratories and the ANFF-UNSW Nanofabrication facilities.
UNSW Sydney Chief Investigators
UNSW Canberra leads the Communication and Network Interconnect Program with Chief Investigators from the Australian National University. UNSW Canberra has 4 research staff and students. The UNSW Canberra laser laboratories have an international reputation for fast, quantum-noise-limited, linear photodetectors with associated electronics and they also make use of multiple infrared single-photon-detector modules, as well as microwave digital and analogue test and measurement equipment.
UNSW Canberra team