The Quantum Sciences Laboratory at The University of Queensland will discover and develop the fundamental principles of quantum science, and apply those principles to creating new quantum technologies.
Simulations of quantum vortices by Dr Matthew Davis and Dr Ashton Bradley have been published in Nature.
include Dr Tim Duty and Dr Warwick Bowen, who will further strengthen research in quantum nanoscience, and experimental quantum optics, respectively.
The QSL aims to:
Spin-off new quantum technologies of commercial relevance, through the Applied Physics Laboratory and industry partnerships
Provide infrastructure support for existing integrated experimental and theoretical research strengths, including atom optics, quantum information science, quantum nanoscience, quantum atom optics and soft condensed matter physics and biophotonics.
Maximise the impact of new discoveries on future generations through continued contribution to undergraduate and graduate teaching, and to school outreach programmes.
Internationalise its activities through joint ventures, workshops and conferences with world leaders in our designated research and teaching areas.