Congratulations Eugene !!

Eugene has been selected to attend the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2020.  He will present in the Next Gen Science sessions during the Online Science Days organised by Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. Only 24 young scientists out of 500 accepted to participate in the Nobel Laureate Meeting this year have been selected to present in the Next Gen Science sessions. 

Our work on measureing effective temperature of qubits is published in PRL

In our recent work published in Physical Review Letters, we have proposed a new technique to measure the effective temperature of a qubit by taking advantange of the correlation generated between two sequential measurements. Congratulations to all the authors, continue that PRL streak!!

We are now on Twitter !!

Thanks to our social media manager Alejandro Gómez we made it to twitter recently, check out our handle @SQDLab and be in touch.

3D Lab tour

Check out our lab in a virtual 3D tour. Thanks Mike Lysov and his Wingman Media making it!

Nonreciprocity Realized with Quantum Nonlinearity

Our experiment results on implementation of a non-recprocal device based on superconducting non-linearity appreared in Physical Review Letters. Congratulation to our team experimentalists and theorists from Australia and Europe!

Our quantum number generator paper appeared in Physical Review Letters

Congratulations to Anatoly (and, of course, to all other co-authors) as his first experimental project has been published in Physical Review Letters

Welcome to Alejandro

Alejandro Gómez Frieiro has joined our group as an occupational trainee. Alejandro graduated from the University of Santiago de Compostela and spent a year in the Umea University thtough the Erasmus+ exchange program. Welcome to the group! 

Another poster prize

After last year Andres success Anatoly wins the poster prize again! So far the lab has 100% success rate for our PhD students:)

Welcome to Daniel

With some delay we welcome Daniel as new group member! Daniel has graduated from Delft University of Technology, Netherlands where he specialized in low temperature superconducting and semiconducting quantum physics. We all hope Daniel will have a smooth start at UQ.

Contextuality covered

Our newly published experiment was covered on the EQUS website