Q-Ctrl Pty Ltd, the first spin-off company from the University of Sydney’s Quantum Science Group, has been established with the support of Australian and international venture capital. Professor Michael J Biercuk is transitioning from quantum physicist to CEO of Q-Ctrl, a start-up that will provide solutions to stabilise quantum technologies. He will jointly hold positions … Continue reading From quantum physicist to CEO
The Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information at the University of Innsbruck, Austria has chosen a Spectrum Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG) to generate a wide variety of signals for their research. Because of the variety of experiments that it would be used for, it was important to have an AWG that is easy to program … Continue reading Arbitrary waveform generator precise enough for quantum research
Sydney physicists have demonstrated it is possible to overcome one of the most significant hurdles to building reliable quantum technologies, in a major technical achievement.
Australia has entered the bid for quantum encrypted communications with a new cloning method that surpasses previous cloning limits, and can be realised using existing fibre optic infrastructure.