Quantum Software Engineering and Development
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by Guido Peterssen, Mario Piattini and José Luis Hevia. The history of aQuantum´s origin and evolution is closely tied to research and development in the field of quantum software. From 2018 to date, aQuantum's heartbeat has kept pace with research and development in...
aQuantum continues to enrich its polymath team for the development of quantum software, this time with the incorporation of Laura Martínez Gallego, Mathematician with competences in software development and Data Science. With Laura's incorporation to the Quantum...
Q Assets Compositor® 2.0 released for the development of quantum gate circuits with dynamic qubits scaling
José Luis Hevia, Mario Piattini and Guido Peterssen, members of aQuantum, have published the article “Q Asset Compositor® 2.0: functionalities and scalability for developing industry-ready quantum circuits with QuantumPath®” in The QPath Blog. In this article, the...
The quantum energy initiative’s ambition is to foster interdisciplinary research to optimize the efficiency of quantum technologies by setting up new research programs across research labs, quantum and enabling technologies industry players.
aQuantum is a partner of the #QEI
This Manifesto collects some principles and commitments about the quantum software engineering and programming field,
as well as some calls for action.
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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”.