Our partnerships help create world-class innovation

The Centre for Quantum Dynamics has extensive reach in the quantum research community through our network of collaborative partners.

Some of our key partnerships include CSIRO (ion trapping), Lockheed Martin (laser-induced plasmas, and novel negentropy storage devices), and the Shanghai Institute for Optics and Fine Mechanics (intense THz field physics).

Partnerships

Physical Sciences, Area of Strategic Investment, Griffith University

The Centre for Quantum Dynamics and the Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre combine to form the Physical Sciences strategic research initiative at the University.

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Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology

We are proud to partner with the Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, which was established in 2011 as an Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence.

Griffith University now hosts three programs in the Centre of Excellence: Quantum Information Theory led by Professor Howard Wiseman; Optical Quantum Information led by Professor Geoff Pryde, and Integrated Quantum Photonics led by Associate Professor Mirko Lobino.

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Max Planck-POSTECH Centre for Attosecond Science

Established in 2010, the Max Planck-POSTECH Centre for Attosecond Science is a collaborative network designed to promote international cooperation in the field of attosecond science and technology between the Max Planck Society, Pohang University of Science and Technology and other research groups in the AsiaPacific region.

It links CQD’s researchers in the Australian Attosecond Science FacilityAssociate Professor Igor Litvinyuk and Professor Robert Sang—with international partners in China, Japan, Korea and the Max Planck Society of Germany.

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Strong collaborations

Our researchers also engage with more than 40 collaborating institutions throughout Australia and across the globe.

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