Explore, explain and exploit the quantum world
We aim to understand and control quantum systems, and use this to develop important new applications such as the quantum internet and laser-accelerated particle therapy.
Our collaborative, innovative and dynamic research environment makes it the ideal learning platform for research candidates and honours students. Studying with us, you’ll gain access to our state-of-the-art facilities and have the opportunity to work alongside some of Australia’s leading research scientists.
January 16, 2018
Bright sparks: How Griffith researchers are using light to build a better supercomputer
Griffith University researchers are building the next wave of supercomputers. Work published in Light: Science and Applications shows a new technique for a quick and reliable characterisation of integrated quantum chips that encode information using light instead of electrical current. In collaborat...
January 05, 2018
Quantum “spooky action at a distance” becoming practical
Scientists from Griffith University have overcome a major challenge in applying a strange quantum effect to real applications.
October 10, 2017
Quantum light makes better measurements
Scientists at Griffith University have made a breakthrough in measurement precision, achieving a result that has been a major goal of the scientific community for the last 30 years. Published in Nature Photonics, researchers from Griffith University’s Centre of Quantum Dynamics have demonstrated tha...
June 19, 2017
Electron caught in the act
Australia’s fastest camera has revealed the time it takes for molecules to break apart. The experimental research, conducted by Griffith University’s Centre for Quantum Dynamics, aims to help in the design of new molecules for materials science or drug discovery. The Centre is the only place in the ...
February 03, 2017
Quantum RAM: modelling the big questions with the very small
When it comes to studying transportation systems, stock markets and the weather, quantum mechanics is probably the last thing to come to mind. However, scientists at Australia’s Griffith University and Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University have just performed a ‘proof of principle’ experiment...