The research team of the Q-SERV-UCLM “Testing and Quality Assessment of Quantum Software” project has selected QuantumPath® as the quantum platform to support the research project. This project aims to develop the necessary techniques and tools to manage those aspects related to the quality of quantum software from two points of view: testing and quality assurance.
Q-SERV-UCLM Testing and Quality Assessment of Quantum Software project is framed within the National Plan for Scientific and Technical Research Innovation (which is co-funded with FEDER), and it is part of the Q-SERV coordinated project (Quantum Service Engineering: Development Quality, Testing & Security of Quantum Microservices), leaded by the Quercus Group of the UNEX and with the participation of the Deusto University.
For this matter, QPath® as a general-purpose quantum platform offers several benefits for the software testing and quality of quantum software. First, QPath® is fully agnostic regarding the quantum computing parading and different providers. Thus, it provides the optimal software execution in both, simulators and quantum computers. Additionally, QPath® efficiently supports the two quantum computing approaches (gate-based and annealing) within an advanced integrated and visual platform.
Moreover, QPath® already offers a full technological ecosystem that makes it possible the agile integration in hybrid information systems.
The research leaders in the Q-SERV-UCLM project, Ignacio García Rodríguez de Guzmán and Moisés Rodríguez at Escuela Superior de Informática of the University of Castilla-La Mancha at Ciudad Real, consider extremely valuable the usage of an industrial tool that will undoubtedly contribute to boost quality quantum software.