University of Sydney awarded $18.4 million for national quantum centre

April 30, 2024

The Australian Government has awarded $18.4 million to the University of Sydney to establish Quantum Australia to help grow the quantum industry and ecosystem in Australia. Australia consistently ranks within the world’s top five countries for high impact quantum research and quantum computing patents. With one of the largest quantum workforces in the world, Australia is now the home of world-leading companies in quantum software, cybersecurity, sensing technologies and quantum computing. “The University is thrilled to accept this grant on behalf of Australia’s quantum ecosystem. “Quantum technologies of the future will lift our capacity to tackle major global challenges, and we want Australia to remain at the forefront of this transformative work.”

The Australian Government has awarded $18.4 million to the University of Sydney to establish Quantum Australia to help grow the quantum industry and ecosystem in Australia.

Australia consistently ranks within the world’s top five countries for high impact quantum research and quantum computing patents. With one of the largest quantum workforces in the world, Australia is now the home of world-leading companies in quantum software, cybersecurity, sensing technologies and quantum computing.

“The University is thrilled to accept this grant on behalf of Australia’s quantum ecosystem. Our stewardship of this new centre is in recognition of our commitment to research excellence, collaboration and translation” said Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Emma Johnston.

“Quantum technologies of the future will lift our capacity to tackle major global challenges, and we want Australia to remain at the forefront of this transformative work.”

The source of this news is from University of Sydney

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