When Shor’s algorithm was discovered in 1994, it ignited the scientific community’s interest in quantum computing. Until now, however, it has been impossible to verify implementations of the algorithm for lack of appropriate tools. Researchers at CEA-List have filled this gap.
The purpose of this research program is to create quantum architecture and software stacks to connect algorithms and hardware so that tomorrow’s quantum computers can be programmed, and applications executed on them.
The advent of the quantum computer is creating the need for new approaches to algorithm design. CEA-List is investigating these approaches.
CEA-List is connecting the dots between quantum hardware, software, and algorithms so that tomorrow’s quantum computers can be programmed.