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Biographical entry Hollenberg, Lloyd L.

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Physicist

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Lloyd Hollenberg is a physicist whose research is in quantum information science. He has created the physical-quantum information basis for a full-scale silicon quantum computer and achieved major theoretical and experimental advances in the use of nitrogen-vacancy centres in diamond as quantum sensors in physical and biological applications. Since 2014 he has been the Inaugural Thomas Baker Professor in Physical Biosciences in the School of Physics at the University of Melbourne.

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1984
Education - BSc, University of Melbourne
1989
Education - PhD, University of Melbourne
2004 -
Career position - Member, Australian Institute of Physics
2005
Award - Fellowship, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
2005 - 2008
Career position - Technical Director, Quantum Communications Victoria
2006
Career position - Member, College of Experts, Australian Research Council
2006 - 2011
Award - ARC Australian Professorial Fellow
2012
Award - Walter Boas Medal, Australian Institute of Physics
2013 -
Award - ARC Laureate Fellow
2013
Award - Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Research, Australian Museum
2013
Award - Victoria Prize (physical sciences), Victorian Government
2014 -
Career position - Inaugural Thomas Baker Chair in Physical Biosciences, School of Physics, University of Melbourne
2016
Award - Royal Society of Victoria Medal for Excellence in Scientific Research
2018 -
Award - Fellow, Australian Academy of Science

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Helen Cohn