Andrew Dzurak is an expert in silicon-based quantum computing. He holds a PhD in Physics from the University of Cambridge (UK) and a BSc (Hons) from the University of Sydney. He is a Scientia Professor at UNSW-Sydney and is an ARC Laureate Fellow. Andrew was a key participant over two decades ago in the establishment of the Australian Centre for Quantum Computer Technology, which now maintains the world’s largest focused collaboration on silicon-based quantum computing. Andrew, with colleague Andrea Morello, demonstrated the world’s first silicon quantum bits (qubits) in 2012. Andrew leads a team at UNSW focused on the development of a quantum processor that can be manufactured using CMOS technology. He has published over 200 research papers including more than 20 papers in Science and Nature group journals and is co-inventor on 12 patent families.
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Wednesday, July 13 |
Quantum computing and near-term quantum technologies + Quantum computing: A new silicon revolution
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