Quantum Brilliance offers a unique quantum computing platform, based on atomic-scale defects in diamond (nitrogen-vacancy centres).

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Unlike other platforms, their diamond quantum computers operate in ambient conditions and only require electricity to run. No longer limited by complex cryogenics and ultra-high vacuum systems, diamond will disrupt the scope of quantum computing beyond its current 'mainframe', cloud-based model. Diamond will enable quantum computers to ultimately cover the full scope of today’s classical computers, in offices, vehicles, satellites and eventually even mobile phones.

Lead Institute

Australian National University

Team Members

  • Andrew Horsley
  • Marcus Doherty

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