Andrew is a pioneer of silicon quantum dot quantum computing and has published more than 30 publications in Nature and Science family journals. He has also generated more than $25M income for UNSW since 2016.Citations: 16890 h-index: 60
Stef works alongside the CEO to manage corporate operations and growth at Diraq. She is a former private equity operative specialising in post acquisition strategy and value creation.
Arne is a technical expert in quantum measurement. He has been developing techniques for qubit measurement and control for more than 10 years.Citations: 4368 h-index: 33
Henry has developed proprietary qubit control code and is a world leader in silicon quantum dot qubit control. He was awarded MITTR: Top 35 Innovators Under 35 in 2021.Citations: 4135 h-index: 27
A former engineering manager in the semiconductor industry, Chris has extensive experience in device engineering, product and IP development.Citations: 1195 h-index: 9
Andre is a world leader in quantum chemistry and solid state physics, with publications on valley physics in silicon and collaborations with research groups in Madison, Madrid, Cambridge and Rio de Janeiro.Citations: 968 h-index: 15
Wee Han is a silicon qubit device fabrication expert. He has more than 10 years of experience in silicon qubit device design, micro- and nanofabrication as well as cryogenic electrical characterisation.Citations: 2250 h-index: 17
Lasantha is a highly experienced CFO who has worked in large organisations including banks and with several start-ups.
Kok Wai is a process engineer focussing on the fabrication of scalable quantum devices with significant industry experience in the development of quantum computing devices and cleanroom fabrication facilities as the former Fabrication Manager at IQM.
Alex brings experience in electronics design and systems engineering to build and configure test and equipment setups to assist in cryogenic measurements operations.
Fay has more than 20 years of quantum device fabrication experience working with Andrew at the University of New South Wales, and is a senior member of the fabrication team. Her work has enabled multiple breakthroughs in silicon quantum device development.
Nard brings experience in 300mm CMOS fabrication of silicon quantum dot spin qubits at imec (Belgium). He is passionate about CMOS technology and scaling up silicon quantum hardware.
Tuomo is an experienced cryogenic measurement engineer having developed and measured silicon MOS dots for metrological purposes and as qubits, with a focus on high-fidelity two qubit operations.
Steve is a condensed matter physicist and nanoscale device engineer having worked on low dimensional electronic systems, exploring and engineering their quantum spin transport through surface preparation, modification and engineering.
Ensar is an electronics engineer having worked on matters related to the scalability of CMOS based qubit devices, including the implementation of global control techniques and the design of analog & digital integrated circuits.
Tim is an experienced quantum engineer having worked on electric and magnetic control of quantum dot and implanted donor spin qubits with a focus on noise spectroscopy and benchmarking single-qubit control fidelities.
Will brings novel quantum dot control development together with mixed-signal CMOS design expertise to create scalable quantum technology pathways.
Amanda is a theoretical physicist experienced in strategies for managing noise in SiMOS spin qubits, including understanding the effects of noise on spin qubits and developing scalable methods to mitigate its impact.
Andrea Morello is a Scientia Professor of Quantum Engineering at UNSW, a Program Manager at CQC2T and Head of the Fundamental Quantum Technologies Lab. Besides being a celebrated science communicator, Andrea is a world-leading researcher behind many unprecedented accomplishments, such as the first coherent control and readout of individual electron spins in silicon and fault-tolerant level two qubit control fidelities in a silicon device.Citations: 10577 h-index: 44
Jarryd Pla is a Quantum Engineer in the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications at UNSW. He is a former Bragg Gold Medal winner and European Marie Curie International Fellow. He is an expert in spin qubits (having been instrumental to the first demonstration of single spin control and readout), superconducting quantum circuits (in particular quantum-noise-limited microwave amplifiers) and hybrid quantum technologies.Citations: 3306 h-index: 18