We are an open community of quantum computing professionals. We strive to implement new quantum algorithms and enhance existing ones. Our research projects include quantum image processing, quantum machine learning, molecular symulations and more. The quantum industry will define the future, there is little doubt about it. We want to help drive this change. We also build classical tools in order to help us better unserstand new algorithms and get the most of what has already been discovered. This is an inclusive community, we organize events, meetups, workshops, webinars and more, all to get people interested in QC.

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Projects

Uranium

Uranium is a quantum computing platform. In it's initial release it features an advanced circuit editor and a fast simulator written in Rust. While the simulator is still in beta stages of development we hope to provide soon support for running moderate sized circuits directly in the browser alongside the circuit editor for a fully interactive quantum programming experience.Circuits can be exported to IBM Qiskit, Google Cirq and Rigetti Forest formats.

Uranium
Picture of Uranium editor

Moara

Moara is a high performance Quantum Computer Simulator. It simulates a system with no noise. It comes in three flawors: the stand alone, executable, called simply moara; the version that can be used in Qiskit moara-for-qiskit and the version dimmed pymoara that can be used with PyQuil and Cirq.

Moara
Graph of Moara execution time

Posts

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How to write a high-performance quantum computing simulator in just a few lines of code

Medium

There are dozens of quantum simulators out there. Written in all possible languages. Some take advantage of the GPU. Some use advanced processor instruction sets like AXV, FMA, SIMD etc. Some are hardware designed for such operations. Why bother write a new one? ...

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Quantum Image Analysis. Possible Speedup for Detecting the Skew Angle of Documents.

Medium

"Now, that we are approaching the quantum computing age and quantum computers are becoming reality, it’s only natural that we ask ourselves: Can quantum computing and quantum information bring an advantage to image processing?" ...

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A strange way to analyze sound using a quantum computer .

Medium

“How Flexible Representation of Quantum images (FRQI) will work in the case of sound ? Is this an efficient method ?” .

I will present a possible alternative in quantum computing(To put it simply I will apply the FRQI described in the articles linked in references, but on a sound) ...

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Simulating the Monty Hall Problem on a Quantum Computer

Medium

Quantum computing is thought to bring advantages in many fields like chemistry, cryptography, optimization and more. But one of the most important traits of QC available today is true randomness. This makes it an ideal way to study problems related to probability and statistics.

Let’s use quantum computation to tackle one of the most debated probability problems: the Monty Hall problem. ...

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VQE_Scratch

Notion

Someone said that the best way of learning is to do other’s said the best way of learn is to explain. Here I try to naively explain what I learned building VQE from scratch.

Variation algorithms are some sort of hybrid cars, meaning, part of the workload of the classic processor is replaced by quantum computers. The task the algorithm is supposed to fulfill is to calculate the minimum eigen value of an operator (sometimes this can have a physical meaning, like energy, for instance)...

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Events


Team

Sorin

Computer scientist with 10+ years of experience

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Radu

Software engineer

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Liviu

Senior researcher at INCDTIM

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Vlad

Computer scientist and entrepreneur

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Andrei

I'm a physics student interested in solving interesting problems.

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