MC is a postgraduate student at the University of Sydney currently undertaking a PhD with Professor David Reilly.

Her research focus looks at architectures for scalable quantum dots arrays in 1D and 2D. These systems, fabricated on Gallium Arsenide, allow for measurements of the effects of interacting electron spins.

She believes scalability is an important concern for the future of quantum computation. Arrays can also be used in quantum simulation experiments, in which controllable quantum systems are used to simulate more complex quantum systems, such as interacting spins in magnetism.

BSc (Advanced) (Hons), University of Sydney, Australia
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