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Latest News & Events

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15 October 2014

UNSW and the School are celebrating great research success, as two papers from Prof Andrew Dzurak and A/Prof Andrea Morello have been published in Nature Nanotechnology.

2014 Postdoc success
8 October 2014

Congratulations to both Shamim Reza (Supervisor Prof Vassilios Agelidis) and Chih-Hwan (Henry) Yang (Supervisor Scientia Prof Andrew Dzurak) have been successful in securing a Postdoctoral Writing Fellowship in this round.

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3 October 2014

NI has been running an Autonomous Robotics Competition (ARC) for several years, and this year the competition was hosted at Macquarie University, and attended by 29 teams from universities around Australia and New Zealand.

Bird navigation: The Quantum Around You

Bird navigation: The Quantum Around You

A/Prof Andrea Morello presents you the first episode in this series of "Bird Navigation and Its Connection to Quantum Mechanics".

New world record for silicon quantum computing

New world record for silicon quantum computing

Research teams working in the same laboratories at UNSW Australia have found two different ways to solve a critical challenge and greatly accelerate the realisation of super powerful quantum computers.
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EET Alumnus Rami Banna

Wearable Technology: Rami Banna at TEDxLondonBusinessSchool 2014

EE&T alumnus Rami Banna recently spoken at a TEDx event in London on Wearable Technology. His talk received a huge amounts of global attention. Rami worked at Cochlear for many years and is now halfway through his MBA at London Business School. 

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