ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems

  • McKenzie, Kirk (PI)
  • White, Andrew G (PI)
  • Aspelmeyer, Markus (CoI)
  • Auffeves, Alexia (CoI)
  • Bartlett, Stephen (CoI)
  • Biercuk, Michael (CoI)
  • Bowen, Warwick (CoI)
  • Brennen, Gavin (CoI)
  • Davis, Matthew John (CoI)
  • Doherty, Andrew (CoI)
  • Fedorov, Arkady (CoI)
  • Fedrizzi, Alessandro (CoI)
  • Flammia, Stephen (CoI)
  • Jelezko, Fedor (CoI)
  • McFerran, John (CoI)
  • Milburn, Gerard James (CoI)
  • Mueller, Holger (CoI)
  • Pernice, Wolfram (CoI)
  • Reilly, David (CoI)
  • Romero-Isart, Orial (CoI)
  • Rubinsztein-Dunlop, Halina (CoI)
  • Schmiedmayer, Jorg (CoI)
  • Senellart, Pascale (CoI)
  • Shaddock, Daniel (CoI)
  • Stace, T M (CoI)
  • Starr, Robyn (CoI)
  • Tobar, Michael (CoI)
  • Twamley, J. (CoI)
  • Viola, Lorenza (CoI)
  • Volz, Thomas (CoI)
  • Wallraff, Andreas (CoI)
  • Walmsley, Ian (CoI)
  • Wolf, Peter (CoI)
  • Wouters, M J (CoI)
  • Zoller, Peter (CoI)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    The ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems will build complex, multi-component quantum machines to harness the quantum world for practical applications. Our Centre will pioneer the designer quantum materials, quantum engines, and quantum imaging systems at the heart of these machines. We will tackle the most challenging problems at the interface of basic quantum physics and engineering, identify quantum effects that show the greatest potential for quantum technologies, and translate these effects into devices. Our capacity-building programs will train a new generation of scientists in cutting-edge fundamental research, innovation, and entrepreneurialism, and ultimately have a major impact on Australia's high-tech economy.
    Effective start/end date1/01/1830/06/25


    • Australian National University (ANU): A$184,195.00
    • Australian National University (ANU): A$184,195.00
    • Australian Research Council (ARC): A$1,842,191.00


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