Led by Professor Lloyd Hollenberg, Deputy Director of CQC²T, based at the University of Melbourne, the Quantum Processor Development Program’s objective is to develop comprehensive theoretical descriptions of quantum information processing and the development of related quantum technology applications. The program pays particular attention to the silicon and phosphorus quantum devices, and all facets of their operation relevant to the Centre goals.

The Quantum Processor Development Program spans research from the consideration of quantum information processing, architectures and quantum error correction focusing on Centre spin-qubit hardware, to the application of quantum sensing techniques to the characterisation of silicon-based devices and related applications, as well as control techniques to improve quantum gate operation.

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Anisotropic electron-nuclear interactions in a rotating quantum spin bath AA Wood, RM Goldblatt, RP Anderson, LCL Hollenberg, RE Scholten Physical Review B, 104, 085419 (2021)
Recent progress in atomistic modelling and simulations of donor spin qubits in silicon M Usman Computational Materials Science, 193, 110280 (2021)
Polarization Transfer to External Nuclear Spins Using Ensembles of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers AJ Healey, LT Hall, GAL White, T Teraji, MA Sani, F Separovic, JP Tetienne, LCL Hollenberg Physical Review Applied, 15, 054052 (2021)
Long-Range Surface-Assisted Molecule-Molecule Hybridization M Castelli, J Hellerstedt, C Krull, S Gicev, LCL Hollenberg, M Usman, A Schiffrin SMALL, 17, 2005974 (2021)
Prospects for nuclear spin hyperpolarization of molecular samples using nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond JP Tetienne, LT Hall, AJ Healey, GAL White, MA Sani, F Separovic, LCL. Hollenberg Physical Review B, 103, 014434 (2021)