Distributed quantum networks with cascaded superconducting circuits (2015–2019)

At the heart of all communication is the need to establish strong correlations between remote sites. The non-local character of quantum correlations enables new communication protocols that are impossible with classical resources alone. This project will realize a novel class of superconducting devices capable of establishing quantum correlations between distant electronic chips through long-range irreversible interactions. The resulting technology will enable completely new approaches to quantum information processing in superconducting quantum circuits and provide a powerful platform to test the limits of our ability to engineer macroscopic quantum systems.
Grant type:
ARC Future Fellowships
Funded by:
Australian Research Council