Quantum Software Engineering and Development
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QuantumPath selected as the quantum platform for the summer course “Introduction to quantum software programming” at the UCLM
The Vice-Rectorate for Culture, Sports and Social Responsibility of the University of Castilla-La Mancha has approved the celebration of the summer course "Introduction to Quantum Software Programming with QPath" in Talavera de la Reina from July 20-21, 2021. In order...
The QHealth project Consortium has selected QuantumPath (QPath) as the quantum platform that will provide the technological support to the “Quantum Pharmacogenomics Applied to Aging” project. It has reached this conclusion after a broad and in-depth comparative study...
Mario Piattini aQuantum’s Chief Research Officer, have authored the article entitled “Requirements for a Robust Quantum Software Development Environment” published in the CUTTER BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY JOURNAL of the Cutter Consortium. This article addresses the two major...
From the creation of the quantum algorithm through its development, testing and implementation, to its deployment and reuse.
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“QuantumPath, The First Quantum Software Development and Application Lifecycle Platform, is an ecosystem that covers the widest range of possible applications by integrating the software classical and quantum worlds, developing quantum software connected to real-world systems”.
“The general aim of project “QHealth: Quantum pharmacogenomics applied to ageing” is mainly human-oriented: the increase in longevity and quality of life of older adults. The study will include the adverse reactions to prescribing drugs in order to predict unwanted side effects of a specific one”.