A significant step in the computer revolution came when individual data processors, or chips, were networked together, giving an impressive increase in computational power. This is not currently possible with electronic quantum chips, limiting the potential of the most advanced solid-state platform for quantum engineering and computing. Thus, establishing long-range interactions between remote quantum chips is a long standing challenge in quantum information processing and has been the subject of particularly intensive research in recent years. By capitalising on highly developed superconducting quantum circuits this project will build capacity to establish and preserve long-range correlations. The resulting architectures will enable more powerful quantum information processing and will illuminate critical questions of fundamental importance including: What is the role of dissipation in the emergence of the long-range quantum correlations? How well can we control and use them with artificial systems?