Quantum Software Engineering and Programming
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José Luis Hevia, aQuantum CTO, and Guido Peterssen, aQuantum COO, have published the article Introduction to quantum software development with QPath. In the article the authors present an overview of the development of quantum software today and the advantages of...
Posted a new QPath article: The QPath Modernization approach for the migration of classical-quantum information systems
Ricardo Pérez-Castillo, aQuantum Senior Research, has published the article The QPath Modernization approach for the migration of classical-quantum information systems in QPath. The article analyzes the importance for the development of practical quantum software of...
After the launch in October 2020 of QPath, the Quantum Software Development and Lifecycle Application Platform, we have continued working on the research and development of our platform and, with this, we have also continued to create knowledge, documents and...
A state of the art platform that will take you to the next level of your quantum software development projects…
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Quantum Computing and Engineering
This Manifesto collects some principles and commitments about the quantum software engineering and programming field,
as well as some calls for action.
University of Castilla-La Mancha
Talavera de la Reina, Spain
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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”.