Researchers at the University of Sydney and Q-CTRL announced a way to identify sources of error in quantum computers through machine learning. 29 JULY, 2021.
Applications are now open for Sydney Quantum Academy (SQA) PhD Scholarships, offering a competitive stipend of up to AU$35,000 p.a. to undertake research at one of our world-leading partner universities including the University of Sydney, Macquarie University, UNSW Sydney, and the University of Technology Sydney. Applications for the current round close on 5 May with a second round due to open later in 2021. Recipients … Read more
By Rose Drover, Sydney Quantum Academy, @WildScied The 8th of March is UN International Women’s Day (IWD), with the official theme ‘Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world’. The theme celebrates the ‘tremendous efforts by women and girls around the world in shaping a more equal future’. To celebrate the achievements of the many outstanding Women in Quantum research, we’re featuring … Read more
From building quantum networks to exploring the link between quantum computing and machine learning, the research of our four new postdoctoral fellows is set to have an impact. We asked our new fellows to tell us about what they’re working on and what excites them about the future of quantum science. Quantum and the stars Dr Zixin … Read more
At the end of 2020, SQA launched the Undergraduate Research Scholarship providing talented students with an invaluable opportunity to gain practical research experience. In the program’s first cohort, 12 undergraduate students undertook a six-week research project over January and February this year at our partner universities. We asked Alice Jeffery to tell us about her … Read more