Posted a new aQuantum article: Requirements for a Robust Quantum Software Development Environment

Posted a new aQuantum article: Requirements for a Robust Quantum Software Development Environment

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...
Progress of the QHealth project: Quantum Pharmacogenomics applied to aging

Progress of the QHealth project: Quantum Pharmacogenomics applied to aging

The first year of the QHealth project: Quantum Pharmacogenomics applied to aging has concluded and we have proceeded to formally close the intense work carried out during this period. The exhaustive review of the state of the art of the pharmacogenetic variables...
aQuantum presented qSOA, the QuantumPath architecture for the practical real-time integration of quantum apps with classical software systems

aQuantum presented qSOA, the QuantumPath architecture for the practical real-time integration of quantum apps with classical software systems

April 29th was successfully held the webinar “Developing classical/quantum hybrid software with QPath” belonging to the cycle “QPath: The Democratization of Quantum Computing “. At the webinar Pepe Hevia, aQuantum CTO, presented qSOATM, the...
aQuantum will present a paper on Modelling Quantum Circuits with UML at Q-SE workshop

aQuantum will present a paper on Modelling Quantum Circuits with UML at Q-SE workshop

Ricardo Pérez del Castillo, Luis Jiménez Navajas and Mario Piattini, members of aQuantum, have co-authored the paper entitled “Modelling Quantum Circuits with UML” which has been accepted for its presentation at the Q-SE (Quantum Software Engineering) workshop of the...
Developing classical/quantum hybrid software with QPath

Developing classical/quantum hybrid software with QPath

Next Thursday, April 29th, will be the third practical webinar of the QPath cycle The democratization of Quantum Computing: “Developing classical/quantum hybrid software with QPath”. Classical and quantum computing will coexist for years. It’s...