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Quantum spin-off company Q-CTRL teams up with IBM

Professor Michael Biercuk's Q-CTRL, based at the University, is one of just eight start-ups worldwide chosen as a collaborator in IBM's Q Network, giving it access to ... Q-CTRL: powering the quantum revolution. Professor Michael Biercuk explains
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Sydney's Q-CTRL wins backing from global technology funds

Multimillion dollar investment in Professor Michael Biercuk's company shows the quantum economy is emerging right here, right now at the University of Sydney and related entities. ... Q-CTRL and its founder Michael Biercuk are a perfect fit for that
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Sydney’s Q-CTRL leaps into top-10 global quantum start-ups

Professor Michael J. Biercuk at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub at the University of Sydney. ... About Michael Biercuk. Professor Michael J. Biercuk is an award-winning experimental quantum physicist and CEO & founder of Q-CTRL.
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From quantum physicist to CEO: how Michael Biercuk started Q-Ctrl

From quantum physicist to CEO: how Michael Biercuk started Q-Ctrl. 2 November 2017. ... Deep tech founder Michael Biercuk is developing solutions that will accelerate the development of this global industry, and we are proud that the company will be
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Quantum leap into TEDxSydney

Quantum leap into TEDxSydney. 11 April 2016. Quantum physicist Associate Professor Michael Biercuk will bring the exciting world of quantum technology to the TEDxSydney audience on 25 May at the Sydney ... Associate Professor Michael Biercuk with
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Eureka Prize for Associate Professor Michael J. Biercuk

Eureka Prize for Associate Professor Michael J. Biercuk. 27 August 2015. ... Associate Professor Michael J. Biercuk, from the School of Physics and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, has won the Eureka Prize for Outstanding
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Q-CTRL: machine learning technique to pinpoint quantum errors

The University team is based at the Quantum Control Laboratory led by Professor Michael Biercuk in the Sydney Nanoscience Hub. ... About Q-CTRL. Q-CTRL was spun-out of the University of Sydney by Professor Michael Biercuk from the School of Physics.
www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2021/08/02/q-ctrl-university-of-sydney-announce-machine-learning-pinpoint-quantum-errors.html
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Quantum physics and nanoscience at Sydney

We brought quantum science to TEDxSydney. In 2016 Professor Michael J Biercuk presented a talk on the quantum future at the Sydney Opera House as part of TEDxSydney. ... Professors Mike Biercuk, Zdenka Kuncic and David Reilly, and a number of students
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US Government major investment in quantum technology

US Government investment in quantum. 3 May 2016. An international consortium comprising European groups and Associate Professor Michael Biercuk's Quantum Control Laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded ... Associate Professor Michael
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Generous gift supports the promise of quantum computing

Professor Michael Biercuk with Hugh and Anne Harley. The gift to the of Quantum Control Laboratory also expresses their support for the transformative possibilities of quantum science and is a chance ... People give to people,” is how Hugh Harley
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