Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Strong Focus on Advancing Research and Enterprise Applications of Quantum Computing

Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.

The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.

Cambridge Quantum already has a scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials. Cambridge Quantum will continue to expand its collaboration with enterprise, government and academic partners in Germany on chemistry, optimisation, finance, cybersecurity, and quantum machine learning and natural language processing in order to grow the industry’s quantum computing ecosystem.

“The next milestone in quantum computation is delivering useful applications for the rapidly improving quantum hardware. Achieving this requires a combined effort in the fields of quantum software, quantum algorithms, and quantum hardware,” said Dr Henrik Dreyer, CQD’s Scientific Lead “The German quantum computing ecosystem is exceptionally well positioned in these areas. We look forward to joining the community, in which our team of expert scientists can continue to develop applications for quantum computing in collaboration with industry, government and academic partners.”

 

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Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Strong Focus on Advancing Research and Enterprise Applications of Quantum Computing

Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.

The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.

Cambridge Quantum already has a scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials. Cambridge Quantum will continue to expand its collaboration with enterprise, government and academic partners in Germany on chemistry, optimisation, finance, cybersecurity, and quantum machine learning and natural language processing in order to grow the industry’s quantum computing ecosystem.

“The next milestone in quantum computation is delivering useful applications for the rapidly improving quantum hardware. Achieving this requires a combined effort in the fields of quantum software, quantum algorithms, and quantum hardware,” said Dr Henrik Dreyer, CQD’s Scientific Lead “The German quantum computing ecosystem is exceptionally well positioned in these areas. We look forward to joining the community, in which our team of expert scientists can continue to develop applications for quantum computing in collaboration with industry, government and academic partners.”

 

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Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Strong Focus on Advancing Research and Enterprise Applications of Quantum Computing

Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.

The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.

Cambridge Quantum already has a scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials. Cambridge Quantum will continue to expand its collaboration with enterprise, government and academic partners in Germany on chemistry, optimisation, finance, cybersecurity, and quantum machine learning and natural language processing in order to grow the industry’s quantum computing ecosystem.

“The next milestone in quantum computation is delivering useful applications for the rapidly improving quantum hardware. Achieving this requires a combined effort in the fields of quantum software, quantum algorithms, and quantum hardware,” said Dr Henrik Dreyer, CQD’s Scientific Lead “The German quantum computing ecosystem is exceptionally well positioned in these areas. We look forward to joining the community, in which our team of expert scientists can continue to develop applications for quantum computing in collaboration with industry, government and academic partners.”

 

Quantum Networks Self-Test all Entangled States

Quantum Networks Self-Test all Entangled States

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Certifying quantum properties with minimal assumptions is a fundamental problem in quantum information science. Self-testing is a method to infer the underlying physics of a quantum experiment only from the measured statistics. While all bipartite pure entangled states can be self-tested, little is known about how to self-test quantum states of an arbitrary number of systems.

Here, we introduce a framework for network-assisted self-testing and use it to self-test any pure entangled quantum state of an arbitrary number of systems.

Quantum Networks Self-Test all Entangled States

The scheme requires the preparation of a number of singlets that scales linearly with the number of systems, and the implementation of standard projective and Bell measurements, all feasible with current technology.

When all the network constraints are exploited, the obtained self-testing certification is stronger than what is achievable in any Bell-type scenario. Our work does not only solve an open question in the field, but also shows how properly designed networks offer new opportunities for the certification of quantum phenomena.

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Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Strong Focus on Advancing Research and Enterprise Applications of Quantum Computing

Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.

The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.

Cambridge Quantum already has a scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials. Cambridge Quantum will continue to expand its collaboration with enterprise, government and academic partners in Germany on chemistry, optimisation, finance, cybersecurity, and quantum machine learning and natural language processing in order to grow the industry’s quantum computing ecosystem.

“The next milestone in quantum computation is delivering useful applications for the rapidly improving quantum hardware. Achieving this requires a combined effort in the fields of quantum software, quantum algorithms, and quantum hardware,” said Dr Henrik Dreyer, CQD’s Scientific Lead “The German quantum computing ecosystem is exceptionally well positioned in these areas. We look forward to joining the community, in which our team of expert scientists can continue to develop applications for quantum computing in collaboration with industry, government and academic partners.”

 

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Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Strong Focus on Advancing Research and Enterprise Applications of Quantum Computing

Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.

The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.

Cambridge Quantum already has a scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials. Cambridge Quantum will continue to expand its collaboration with enterprise, government and academic partners in Germany on chemistry, optimisation, finance, cybersecurity, and quantum machine learning and natural language processing in order to grow the industry’s quantum computing ecosystem.

“The next milestone in quantum computation is delivering useful applications for the rapidly improving quantum hardware. Achieving this requires a combined effort in the fields of quantum software, quantum algorithms, and quantum hardware,” said Dr Henrik Dreyer, CQD’s Scientific Lead “The German quantum computing ecosystem is exceptionally well positioned in these areas. We look forward to joining the community, in which our team of expert scientists can continue to develop applications for quantum computing in collaboration with industry, government and academic partners.”

 

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Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Strong Focus on Advancing Research and Enterprise Applications of Quantum Computing

Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.

The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.

Cambridge Quantum already has a scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials. Cambridge Quantum will continue to expand its collaboration with enterprise, government and academic partners in Germany on chemistry, optimisation, finance, cybersecurity, and quantum machine learning and natural language processing in order to grow the industry’s quantum computing ecosystem.

“The next milestone in quantum computation is delivering useful applications for the rapidly improving quantum hardware. Achieving this requires a combined effort in the fields of quantum software, quantum algorithms, and quantum hardware,” said Dr Henrik Dreyer, CQD’s Scientific Lead “The German quantum computing ecosystem is exceptionally well positioned in these areas. We look forward to joining the community, in which our team of expert scientists can continue to develop applications for quantum computing in collaboration with industry, government and academic partners.”

 

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Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Strong Focus on Advancing Research and Enterprise Applications of Quantum Computing

Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.

The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.

Cambridge Quantum already has a scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials. Cambridge Quantum will continue to expand its collaboration with enterprise, government and academic partners in Germany on chemistry, optimisation, finance, cybersecurity, and quantum machine learning and natural language processing in order to grow the industry’s quantum computing ecosystem.

“The next milestone in quantum computation is delivering useful applications for the rapidly improving quantum hardware. Achieving this requires a combined effort in the fields of quantum software, quantum algorithms, and quantum hardware,” said Dr Henrik Dreyer, CQD’s Scientific Lead “The German quantum computing ecosystem is exceptionally well positioned in these areas. We look forward to joining the community, in which our team of expert scientists can continue to develop applications for quantum computing in collaboration with industry, government and academic partners.”

 

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Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Strong Focus on Advancing Research and Enterprise Applications of Quantum Computing

Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.

The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.

Cambridge Quantum already has a scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials. Cambridge Quantum will continue to expand its collaboration with enterprise, government and academic partners in Germany on chemistry, optimisation, finance, cybersecurity, and quantum machine learning and natural language processing in order to grow the industry’s quantum computing ecosystem.

“The next milestone in quantum computation is delivering useful applications for the rapidly improving quantum hardware. Achieving this requires a combined effort in the fields of quantum software, quantum algorithms, and quantum hardware,” said Dr Henrik Dreyer, CQD’s Scientific Lead “The German quantum computing ecosystem is exceptionally well positioned in these areas. We look forward to joining the community, in which our team of expert scientists can continue to develop applications for quantum computing in collaboration with industry, government and academic partners.”

 

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Cambridge Quantum Expands Commercial Activity and Investment in Germany

Strong Focus on Advancing Research and Enterprise Applications of Quantum Computing

Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.

The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.

Cambridge Quantum already has a scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials. Cambridge Quantum will continue to expand its collaboration with enterprise, government and academic partners in Germany on chemistry, optimisation, finance, cybersecurity, and quantum machine learning and natural language processing in order to grow the industry’s quantum computing ecosystem.

“The next milestone in quantum computation is delivering useful applications for the rapidly improving quantum hardware. Achieving this requires a combined effort in the fields of quantum software, quantum algorithms, and quantum hardware,” said Dr Henrik Dreyer, CQD’s Scientific Lead “The German quantum computing ecosystem is exceptionally well positioned in these areas. We look forward to joining the community, in which our team of expert scientists can continue to develop applications for quantum computing in collaboration with industry, government and academic partners.”