Industry partner for QCI project ALQU
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We are looking for industrial partners for the QCI project ALQU: Algorithms for quantum computer development in hardware-software codesign.
The goal of ALQU is the development of customized compilation strategies for the quantum computers of the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative and customized quantum algorithms for heavy, industrially relevant computing problems. After the call for tenders that has already taken place, this time the focus is on the quantum simulation of the Fermi-Hubbard model.
For full details of the call, visit TED: 93411-2023. The submission deadline is March 14, 2023, 2 p.m. local time.
The ALQU project is managed by the DLR Institute of Software Technology, which drives research and development in the field of innovative software engineering technologies and the provision and application of this software know-how. It builds a bridge between basic research and possible end applications and supports the quantum computing ecosystem in the development of innovative products and applications.
ALQU focuses on two particularly important problems in the development of quantum software: the efficient compilation of circuits on quantum computing hardware and the development of tailor-made quantum algorithms for industrial use. ALQU implements and evaluates solutions for QCI quantum computers in close cooperation with quantum hardware manufacturers and industrial end users.
ALQU: Algorithms for Quantum Computer Development in Hardware/Software Codesigngn
ALQU develops tailored compilation strategies for prototype quantum computers of the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative as well as tailored quantum algorithms for hard industry-relevant computational problems.