Current Members @CSIRO's Data61:


Akib Karim (2020-) Post-doc Researcher


Eromanga Adermann (2022-) Post-doc Researcher


Autumn Wu (2022-) Post-doc Researcher


Zeheng Wang (2022-) Post-doc Researcher


Current Members @University of Melbourne:



Spiro Gicev (2020-) PhD Physics co-supervised with Lloyd Hollenberg Project topic: Surface code error correction schemes


Peiyong Wong (2020-) PhD Computer Science co-supervised with Casey Myers Project topic: Machine learning in variational quantum simulations


Than-Hoa Nguyen (2021-) PhD Computer Science co-supervised with Rajkumar Buyya Project: Quantum cloud computing

Maxwell T. West (2022-) PhD Physics co-supervised with Martin Sevior Project topic: Quantum machine learning


Shaobo Zhang (2022-) PhD Physics co-supervised with H. Quiney Project topic: Quantum simulations for scalable nanomaterial design


Ben Harper (2022-) PhD Physics co-supervised with M. Sevior Project topic: Quantum compiler design and software engineering


Anthony Hsu (2022-) PhD Finance co-supervised with Nitin Y. and Carsten M. Project topic: Quantum computing for finance


Brhyeton Hall (2022-) MSc Physics Project topic: Surface codes for practical quantum devices


Canaan Yung (2022-) MSc Computer Science co-supervised with Charles Hill Project topic: Data analysis on quantum computers


Hollis Huang (2022-) MSc Physics co-supervised with David Jamieson Project topic: Spin qubits and device modelling


Scott Vella (2022-) MSc Computer Science co-supervised with Charles Hill Project topic: Approximate quantum error correction

Alumni:


Shu Lok Tsang (MSc Computer Science 2021-22)

Project topic: Quantum generative adversarial machine learning


Quin Arnold (MSc Physics 2021-22)

Project topic: Design and control of qubits in architectures

co-supervised with Lloyd Hollenberg


Fanzhe Qu (MSc Computer Science 2021-22)

Paper DOI: https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2206.07907

Project topic: Classical data analysis on small quantum computers

co-supervised with Sarah Erfani


Michelle Zhou (MIT Computer Science 2022)

Project topic: Surface code visualisation tool development


Chenghong Zhu (MSc Computer Science 2021-22)

Thesis DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.26728.55047

Project topic: Reinforcement learning in quantum error correction


Oscar Glenister (MSc Physics 2020-22)

Project topic: Quantum control for parallel multi-qubit quantum gate operations

co-supervised with Charles Hill, Liam Hall


Maxwell T. West (MSc Physics 2019-21)

Paper DOI: https://doi.org/10.1039/D1NR04858A

Paper DOI: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevApplied.17.024070

Thesis DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.23279.30884

Project topic: Characterisation of donor spin qubits in silicon


Ben Harper (MSc Physics 2019-2021)

Thesis DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10172.10888
Project topic: Mixed state stabiliser simulator with non-Clifford gates

co-supervised with Charles Hill


Xuan Zhang (MIT Computer Science 2020)

Project topic: Variational Quantum Eigensolver

co-supervised with Casey Myers


Shwetha Srinivasan (MSc Computer Science 2019-21)

Project topic: Machine learning for scanning probe microscopy


Shaobo Zhang (MSc Computer Science 2019-21)

Paper DOI: https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2206.07907

Project topic: Noise mitigation schemes for VQE on NISQ devices

co-supervised with Charles Hill


Spiro Gicev (MSc Physics 2018-19)

Thesis DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.16882.99526

Paper DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.202005974

Thesis topic: Electronic signature of intermolecular interactions in MgPc on Ag surfaces

co-supervised with Lloyd Hollenberg


Yi Zheng Wong (Alfred) (MSc Physics 2017-18)

Paper DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41524-020-0282-0

Thesis topic: Autonomous spatial metrology of spin qubits in silicon

co-supervised with Lloyd Hollenberg


Adam J. Brownstein (MSc Physics 2016-17)

Thesis topic: Physical qubits and trajectory simulations

co-supervised with Lloyd Hollenberg, Charles Hill


Christopher A. Broderick (PhD Physics 2010-14)

Thesis topic: Tight-binding and k.p study of bismide materials and laser devices

co-supervised with Eoin O'Reilly


Sadia Nawaz (MSc Electrical Engineering 2008-10)

Thesis topic: Keyword based approach for defining EER as a case of virtual organisation

co-supervised with Johannes Strobel


Yui-Hong Mathias Tan (MSc Electrical Engineering 2008-10)

Paper DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/0957-4484/22/31/315709

Thesis topic: Coherent control of electronic states in bilayer QD molecules

co-supervised with Gerhard Klimeck


Sadia Nawaz (MSc Electrical Engineering 2008-10)

Thesis topic: Design of asynchronous data path for 64 bit architecture

co-supervised with Muhammad Kamran


Selva Kumaran Vadivel (BSc Electrical Engineering SURF 2009)

Project topic: Development of nanohub tool for simulations of multi-layer stacked quantum dots

co-supervised with Gerhard Klimeck


Drew Schuster (BSc Electrical Engineering SURF 2008)

Project topic: Development of a nanohub tool for multi-million atom simulations of quantum dots

co-supervised with Gerhard Klimeck

Experimental Collaborators (Past & Present):


Agustin Schiffrin (Monash University Australia)

Sven Rogge, Joe Salfi, and Benoit Voisin (University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia)

Michelle Simmons (University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia)

Hans Huebl and Martin S. Brandt (Walter-Schottky Institute, Germany)

Stephen Sweeney (University of Surrey UK)

Takashi Kita (Kobe University Japan)

Edmund Clarke and Ray Murray (Imperial College London UK)

Vittoriana Tasco and Adriana Passaseo (National Nanotechnology Laboratory Italy)

Theory Collaborators (Past & Present):


Lloyd C. L. Hollenberg (The University of Melbourne, Australia)

Kavan Modi (Monash University, Australia)

Sarah Erfani and Christopher Leckie (The University of Melbourne, Australia)

Rajkumar Buyya (The University of Melbourne, Australia)

Christopher Broderick and Eoin O'Reilly (Tyndall National Institute, Cork Ireland)

Gerhard Klimeck (Purdue University USA)

Shaikh S. Ahmed (Southern Illinois University USA)

Timothy B. Boykin (University of Alabama, USA)

Stefan Schulz (Tyndall National Institute, Cork Ireland)

Charles D. Hill (University of Melbourne, Australia)

Photo Gallery

Australian Army Quantum Technology Challenge 2022





STM Team (2016)

Best Research Award 2019

Quantum Computing @ Room 215 (2017)

PhD Group at Purdue (2010)