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Debugging a quantum computer

How can we debug a noisy quantum computer when looking inside it collapses the delicate superposition states that power the device? more...

Supervisor(s): Flammia, Steven (Professor)

Quantum control engineering with trapped ytterbium ions

The development of well-controlled quantum systems for computational purposes is one of the most promising avenues to unlock solutions to hard and often intractable problems in area more...

Supervisor(s): Hempel, Cornelius (Dr), Biercuk, Michael J. (Professor)

Quantum computing with Majorana fermions

A Majorana fermion is an exotic particles with the unusual property of being its own anti-particle, first hypothesised by Ettore Majorana in 1937. Is it possible to use these peculi more...

Supervisor(s): Grimsmo, Arne (Dr)

Ground-state cooling and high-fidelity detection of large ion crystals in a Penning trap for quantum simulations

The understanding of the dynamics of many-body quantum systems is one of the most challenging problems in physics today. Advancing our knowledge of these systems can lead to signifi more...

Supervisor(s): Wolf, Robert (Dr), Biercuk, Michael J. (Professor)