University of New South Wales

The UNSW lab facilities are at the forefront of university research and development, totalling an area of over 650m2 of clean rooms, with ten dedicated scanning tunnelling microscope labs, and infrastructure to support over twenty-five dilution fridges. Our world class research effort covers all aspects of the Centre’s device fabrication and measurement and sits alongside spin-off company, Silicon Quantum Computing and the UNSW node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF-NSW).

University of Melbourne

The CQC2T node at the University of Melbourne is situated in the School of Physics (David Caro building) with extensive laboratory facilities including a cleanroom complex housing the deterministic ion beam facility, the Pelletron accelerator facility, a materials processing and fabrication laboratory and a laboratory for quantum sensing with facilities for confocal microscopy. The Melbourne node also maintains strong links with the ion beam facilities at the Australian National University node of the Heavy-Ion-Accelerator Capability funded by the Australian Government via the NCRIS program.

Australian National University

The Australian National University (ANU) has six CQC2T experimental laboratories located at the Department of Quantum Science and the Laser Physics Centre within the Research School of Physics.

Griffith University

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Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

RMIT’s laboratories have several spaces for the fabrication and characterisation of quantum photonic chips.

University of Queensland

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University of Technology Sydney

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