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Quantum

What does a career in quantum look like? You might be surprised! Meet real-life role models working in this exciting emerging sector.

Maja Cassidy is building the (qu)bits to power next-gen quantum computers.

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If even a supercomputer can’t tackle certain complex calculations, a quantum computer could – in theory. The problem is that even the most advanced quantum

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Maja Cassidy is building the (qu)bits to power next-gen quantum computers.

Qubit creator

If even a supercomputer can’t tackle certain complex calculations, a quantum computer could – in theory. The problem is that even the most advanced quantum

Pablo Bonilla Ataides and Dr Ben Brown. Image Louise Cooper

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Pablo has always had a keen interest in maths and physics. At just 15 years old, his talent was noticed by the University of Sydney, who

Marika Kieferova

Quantum coder

As a high school student, Marika attended a lot of physics, maths and computer science camps. “I loved the camp community,” she says.  “While I

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Quantum researcher

Being a quantum researcher with DSTG has given Ben job security while working on the science that he loves

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Quantum tech researcher

For Nicole, being a quantum technologies researcher at DSTG is the best job in the world

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Quantum chemistry student

Claire Birch is doing honours in Quantum Computing for Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Sydney