Successful Deployment of CQC’s IronBridge Quantum Photonic Cryptography Device into IBM Key Protect
Tony Jin, Alexandre Krajenbrink, Denis Bernard
CQC gets VQE “off the ground” and provides an efficient route towards simulating excited molecules using quantum computers
t|ket⟩™ provides essential tools that allow users to maximise the performance of quantum computers in
the NISQ era
The Quantum Group at the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, in collaboration with Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) are organizing a two-day conference, Introducing QNLP: embracing the NISQ era, taking place on 5 and 6 December 2019.
In confirming the successful implementation of generative modelling on hybrid hardware, CQC and collaborators (IonQ, University of Maryland, University College London and Mind Foundry inter alia) have displayed one of the most powerful applications of quantum computing up to date. The experiments indicate that our approach can be scaled up to handle more complex datasets as the hardware improves in the quality and quantity of qubits.
Gabriel Greene-Diniz, David Muñoz Ramo
I. Rungger, N. Fitzpatrick, H. Chen, C. H. Alderete, H. Apel, A. Cowtan, A. Patterson, D. Munoz Ramo, Y. Zhu, N. H. Nguyen, E. Grant, S. Chretien, L. Wossnig, N. M. Linke, R. Duncan
Cambridge Quantum Computing Appoints Robert Youngjohns to its Board of Directors
The quantum software team are seeking to hire a post-doctoral research scientist. This is a permanent full-time position. You will design quantum algorithms to solve real-world problems using current and near future quantum devices. You will work with our software development team to help realise these algorithms as part of t|ket>, our quantum software platform.