Leesburg, Virginia, August 4, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Quantum Computer Inc. (“Company” or “QCI”) (Nasdaq: QUBT) today QUBT University Program (QUBT U). The program provides access to QCI’s flagship products to provide qualified students with hands-on experience with quantum computing and quantum-enabled algorithms such as QUBO and QAOA. Katalyst ™, Ready-to-run software for solving complex optimization problems on both classical and quantum computers as well as quantum educational resources. Students can solve their first quantum correspondence problem in a matter of days compared to the months it takes to code the same quantum problem as a quantum program.
The University of Notre Dame’s Quantum Club will be the first student participant in QUBT University. As part of their first Qatalyst job, they solve three complex problems, each of which is becoming increasingly difficult. Your experience and feedback will help expand and develop QUBT U and advance training in this area.
“The University of Notre Dame’s Quantum Computing Club is excited to be part of QCI’s QUBT University program to explore the power of quantum computing,” said Robert Koniuta, founder of the Quantum Club. .. “The QUBT University offers the opportunity to experience quantum computers such as D-Wave, IonQ and Rigetti with Qatalyst’s ready-to-use software for quantum-inspired classical and quantum computers. Let’s start the quantum challenge! “
QUBT U uses advanced quantum technology to give students the opportunity to work on a wide variety of classical (CPU) and quantum computers (QPU). With Qatalyst, students can use AWS Braket to solve complex constrained optimization problems on traditional computers and a variety of quantum computers such as D-Wave, IonQ, and Rigetti.
Robert Liscouski, CEO of QCI, said, “The introduction of QUBT U empowers academic students who will use quantum computing in the future.” By giving them the opportunity to learn easier ways to solve the complex problems of quantum computing. , We’ll show you more effective ways to take advantage of quantum power technology. “
QUBT University participants receive:
- Free access to QTAlyst, QCI’s turnkey software for complex calculations and the ability to troubleshoot problems with six API calls.
- A sample question for students to start a step-by-step approach to using Quantum.
- A list of tutorial videos and frequently asked questions to help new students learn quickly and solve problems quickly.
- A simple feedback mechanism to share your QCI experience.
QUBT University is open to anyone working in an academic setting, including students, professors, and researchers. Participants must have the following qualifications:
- Knowledge of operations research calculations, especially limited optimization
- Practical knowledge of physics, mathematics and / or quantum mechanics
- Programming Skills: How to Call a Function in Python to Access Python Object Attributes, How to Create a Numpy or Scipy Matrix
Interested students, professors and supervisors can find out more about QUBTU. Experienced Here. For more information on QCI and how Qatalyst can bring results to business today, please visit the following url: www.quantumcomputinginc.com..
About quantum computing
Quantum Computing Inc. (QCI) (Nasdaq: QUBT) is focused on adding value to quantum computing in real-world business solutions. The company’s flagship product, Qatalyst, is the first software that combines the power of classical and quantum computing, hides complexity, and enables SMEs to solve today’s complex computing problems. QCI’s team of finance, computing, security, math and physics experts has more than a century of experience with complex technologies. From state-of-the-art supercomputing innovations to large-scale parallel programming and national security. Connect with QCI on LinkedIn and @QciQuantum on Twitter. Further information on QCI can be found at: www.quantumcomputinginc.com..
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