SEQUEL at SQIW22 Previous Next The SEQUEL team dominated the Silicon quantum information processing workshop hosted by the Institute of physics down in London. We represented at every level in the conference with Alessandro Rossi involved in hosting as one of the chairs, Angus Russell contributing a 15-minute talk on our recent preprint publication and […]

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Alessandro at Raisin

Alessandro at RAISIN workshop On 5th September 2022, Alessandro presented on how qubits can be realized using quantum defects in SiC at RAISIN workshop. Alessandro’s talk was very well received among his peers and raised significant interest in this budding new field of quantum electronics in SiC. Other presentations were from researchers all over the

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We are at uks2022

SEQUEL group participated in UK semiconductor 2022 conference SEQUEL group participated in the two day UK 2022 semiconductor conference at Sheffield Hallam University on 6th-7th July. This conference covers all aspects of semiconductor research from fundamental physics and material development, to device characterisation, and commercial applications. Our PhD student Meg participated in IOP’s Phil Buckle research

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SEQUEL group is a partner in the new EPIQC project

SEQUEL group is a partner in the new EPIQC project SEQUEL group is a partner in Empowering Practical Interfacing of Quantum Computing (EPIQC) project. This project aims at bridging the gap between current quantum computers and communication technologies. Other partners in the project are: the Universities of Birmingham, Lancaster and Southampton; University College London; King’s

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Angus Russell received undergraduate research award

Angus Russell received undergraduate research award On February 7th, Angus Russell (MSc project student) has received the Undergraduate Research Award (URA) and a place at the Undergraduate School on Experimental Quantum Information (USEQIP) at the Institute for Quantum Computing in Canada. This will consist of a two-week program of lectures and experimental work followed by a

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Our Website is now LIVE!!

Our website is now LIVE!! On 1st Feburary 2022, we launched our group website- . The aim is of this website in to increase our presence on internet and an easy way to advertise our news and research. The website was made live during our fortnight group meting. Everyone in the group made contibutions

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