The UWA & Pawsey Quantum Computing Centre (UP-QCC) is a joint initiative between the department of physics at the University of Western Australia (UWA) and the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre. Our goal is to enable students, researchers and professionals in and out the physics classroom to upskill in quantum computing and engage with Pawsey’s Quantum Supercomputing Innovation Hub.
Based at UWA, UP-QCC hosts two educational desktop quantum computers, the two-qubit SpinQ Gemini and the three-qubit SpinQ Triangulum system. With these, we offer a quantum computing experience for students using real quantum devices.
Quantum computing promises to solve problems that are intractable on conventional computers. Join us in developing a quantum mindset so we can harness a quantum advantage in astronomy, life sciences, and beyond.