Universal Quantum Computers vs Quantum Optimization Systems
Universal Quantum Computers are computers that make use of the counterintuitive properties of quantum mechanics to perform a variety of computational tasks. Contrary to classical computers which use bits - represented by macroscopic physical quantities such as electric voltage, quantum computers use quantum bits “qubits” - represented by microscopic physical quantities such as trapped ions...
Workshop summary – Quantum Computing Opportunities in Renewable Energy
Last fall we presented at the Workshop on Quantum Computing Opportunities in Renewable Energy. Annarita Giani (GE Research) wrote a great summary of the workshop in the February issue of Nature Computational Science.
Qubit Engineering presents at IEEE Quantum Week – October 16th 2020
Qubit Engineering will present at IEEE Quantum Week on October 16th. Our presentation ‘Practical implementation of quantum optimization algorithms for wind farms design’ will be part of the Workshop on Quantum Computing Opportunities in Renewable Energy.
Qubit Engineering joins Microsoft Quantum Network
Qubit Engineering is thrilled to join the Microsoft Quantum Network (MQN). The MQN is a coalition of many of the world’s leading academic, industry and startup teams that are working in partnership to build the quantum workforce and the quantum economy. This marks a significant achievement in our relationship with Microsoft and a great opportunity...
Tennessee Startup Using Quantum Technology to Optimize Micro-Siting for Wind Turbines
Finding sustainable forms of energy is one of the biggest challenges facing humanity this century. Wind power could be a gamechanger. Yet even that has its problems