Project level: Honours, Masters, PhD

Quantum processors will suffer from errors arising from noise. This problem can be fixed using error correcting codes, which redundantly encode quantum information in a way that enables its recovery in the event that errors occur. How do we make and implement better codes in quantum systems? We take inspiration from information theory and other areas of quantum physics, including cosmology, to design codes that are resilient against noise. Please make contact if you are interested in pursuing research in this area.

Project members

Professor Tom Stace

School of Mathematics and Physics
Affiliate of ARC COE for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQUS)
ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems