Ed Husic and Andrew Dzurak
Quantum Computing

Diraq founder Andrew Dzurak explains the incredible breakthough his quantum computing startup just made

- April 2, 2024 3 MIN READ

For decades, the pursuit of quantum computing has struggled with the need for extremely low temperatures, mere fractions of a degree above absolute zero (0 Kelvin or –273.15°C). That’s because the quantum phenomena that grant quantum computers their unique computational abilities can only be harnessed by isolating them from the warmth of the familiar classical… Read more »

Prof Andrew Dzurak

HOT STUFF: Sydney quantum computing startup Diraq gets processors to work in warmer temps

- March 27, 2024 2 MIN READ

Sydney startup Diraq appears to have cracked one of the many challenges facing the future success of quantum computing – an absolute zero operating temperature Diraq has demonstrated its spin-based quantum processors operating at temperatures 20 times warmer than previously demonstrated while maintaining stability and high accuracy, with the results published in a peer-reviewed study in… Read more »