Sydney scientist helps design tiny super computer

It is only a tiny device – a flat, pancake-like layer of 300 atoms hovering in space.

Yet it has the potential to provide insights into how materials behave at the quantum level that none of today’s conventional computers would be capable of calculating.

When fully operational, its performance could only be matched by an impossibly large machine, said Michael Biercuk, a Sydney physicist and member of the international team that built and tested it — via

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