NEASQC paper at EvoStar Conference

NEASQC partners Total and the University of Leiden are featured in the programme of the Leading European Event on Bio‑Inspired Computation EvoStar, that will take place online from 7 to 9 April 2021.

Don’t miss the presentation of their paper Tabu-driven Quantum Neighborhood Sampler on 8 April in session 8B: EvoCOP 2 from 09:00 to 11:10.

First NEASQC Research Paper published!

Congratulations to our project partner University A Coruña for the article “Uncertainty in Quantum Rule-Based Systems” published on 11 January 2021 in the Archives of Clinical and Biomedical Research.

Press release: 12 European companies and research labs join forces to boost industrial quantum computing applications

The NEASQC project will investigate a large selection of NISQ-compatible industrial and financial use-cases and develop open source NISQ programming libraries for those use cases, so as to facilitate quantum computing experimentation for new users.

Meet our team!

NEASQC brings together highly skilled and motivated academic experts and industrial end users, who will work together on the selected use cases. Each use case is endorsed by an industrial partner, and is investigated by an integrated team of at least one industrial company and one academic organisation.

NEASQC is one of the Quantum flagship projects

The Quantum Flagship is one of the most ambitious long-term research and innovation initiatives of the European Commission. It aims to consolidate and expand European scientific leadership and excellence in this research area, and to kick-start a competitive European industry in Quantum Technologies

NEASQC addresses 9 uses cases in 3 domains:

Machine Learning & optimisation

Machine Learning & optimisation

This group of use cases addresses a wide variety of industries, such as energy, oil & gas and finance. They have one thing in common: some of their activities can benefit from Quantum-enhanced machine learning and optimization methods.
Chemistry
The goal of this work package is to bridge the gap between the recent proof-of-concept quantum chemical computations on NISQ processors and actual, industrial-scale quantum chemistry problems. To this aim, we will create software tools to integrate classical quantum chemical codes with quantum computing (QC) modules.
Symbolic AI and graph algorithmics

Symbolic AI and graph algorithmics

These use cases provided by a wide variety of sectors (linguistics, oncology, energy) all aim to develop methods and implementations in the areas of artificial intelligence and graph algorithmics

NEASQC NEWS

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First NEASQC research paper published
Congratulations to our project partner University A Coruña for the article “Uncertainty in Quantum Rule-Based Systems” published on 11 January 2021 in the Archives of Clinical and Biomedical Research
January 11, 2021
Consulter
NEASQC in ETP4HPC’s Handbook of European HPC projects
NEASQC is featured in the new edition of ETP4HPC’s Handbook of European HPC projects.
November 9, 2020
Consulter
Kick-off meeting for NEASQC!
All members of the NEASQC consortium gathered today – virtually – for the official kick-off of the project.
October 5, 2020
Consulter
NEASQC is officially starting today!
The NEASQC project will boost practical applications of quantum computing in the NISQ era. NEASQC brings together a multidisciplinary consortium of academic and industry experts in many domains.
September 1, 2020

NEASQC NEWS

News
First NEASQC research paper published
Congratulations to our project partner University A Coruña for the article “Uncertainty in Quantum Rule-Based Systems” published on 11 January 2021 in the Archives of Clinical and Biomedical Research
NEASQC in ETP4HPC’s Handbook of European HPC projects
NEASQC is featured in the new edition of ETP4HPC’s Handbook of European HPC projects.
Kick-off meeting for NEASQC!
All members of the NEASQC consortium gathered today – virtually – for the official kick-off of the project.
NEASQC is officially starting today!
The NEASQC project will boost practical applications of quantum computing in the NISQ era. NEASQC brings together a multidisciplinary consortium of academic and industry experts in many domains.

EVENTS

12/04/2021
Quantum.Tech 2021
The world’s first, and largest event bringing together industry, research institutions, government agencies and investors whose primary goal is to drive forward the commercialization and real-world deployment of Quantum technologies.
07/04/2021
EvoStar 2021
NEASQC partners Total and the University of Leiden are featured in the programme of the Leading European Event on Bio‑Inspired Computation EvoStar, that will take place online from 7 to 9 April 2021.
16/03/2021
Quantum Business Europe 2021
Take a deep dive into the second quantum revolution. Discover the first business use cases and find all of Europe’s quantum players in one place. Our partner Atos organises a virtual demo of myQLM, the free Quantum programming environment used by project NEASQC.
18/11/2020
Maker Faire Galicia
NEASQC member Vicente Moret-Bonillo from University of A Coruna chaired the session “Technologies for a world 5.0” on 18 November, and presented an overview of the NEASQC project.
05/11/2020
European Quantum Week
As part of the Quantum Technologies Use Cases session, Marc Porcheron, EDF, presented “Smartcharging of electrical vehicles”, one of the NEASQC uses cases.
04/11/2020
Quantum Computing Business conference
The NEASQC project coordinator Cyril Allouche (Atos) was invited in the round table “From tools to apps”, in which he presented NEASQC’s contribution.
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