QunaSys co-organizes an international training workshop on quantum computing for chemistry

TOKYO, September 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — QunaSys and the University of Strasbourg launch “Quantum Computing for Chemistry – The Next Revolution“, an intensive five-day industrial training event to be held from Monday October 24 at Friday, October 28 as part of the QAREER pilot of the QTEdu learning ecosystem of the EU flagship Quantum.

The workshop will be led by instructors from industry and academia specializing in quantum information, quantum chemistry, experimental and theoretical physics of QunaSys and the University of Strasbourg.

The training covers real-world examples to help students understand the applicability of quantum computing in the field of chemistry. Presented in a modular format, the workshop can be seen as a general overview of quantum computing and its applicability in industry, a hands-on coding program for learning quantum computing algorithms, and business case development. use, or as an end-to-end program covering both modules. Upon successful completion of the training, students will receive an official certificate.

The training workshop is validated from Japan the largest Quantum Practical Applications Research Consortium (QPARC) which has retrained more than 170 students from 50 major Japanese companies and the French public quantum computing infrastructure access Atomic Quantum Computing as a Service, managed by the National Research Agency as part of the Future Investments Program (reference ANR-21-ESRE-0032).

Training the workforce to be quantum-ready is crucial for businesses to embrace the quantum revolution. Chemistry is considered to be one of the most promising areas for the benefit of quantum computing and it affects agriculture, aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, electronics, energy or the pharmacy. Tennin Yan, CEO of QunaSys

Academia and industry must work together to provide quantum training opportunities that connect fundamental concepts with practical real-world applications. This is the first step towards unlocking the full potential of quantum computing for chemistry, innovative materials and beyond. Shannon WhitlockProfessor at the University of Strasbourg

For more information, please visit the workshop placeand register here.

About QunaSys Inc.

QunaSys is the world’s leading developer of innovative chemistry algorithms focused on accelerating the development of quantum technology applicability. QunaSys helps maximize the power of quantum computing through its advanced joint research that addresses cutting-edge technologies providing Qamuy™, the most powerful cloud-based quantum chemical computing software; foster the development of collaboration through the industrial consortium QPARC; and work with research institutions in academia and government. QunaSys software works across multiple technology platforms with applicability across chemistry-related industries to drive the adoption of quantum computing.

E-mail: [email protected]

About the University of Strasbourg

The University of Strasbourg (UNISTRA) is one of the largest universities in France, with nearly 51,000 students (including 20% ​​international students) and more than 2,800 teacher-researchers. The event will take place at the ISIS Institute of the University of Strasbourg and the CNRS – one of the main research institutes in France and internationally. Founded in 2002 by Nobel Laureate Mr. Jean-Marie Lehn, it focuses on the development and promotion of high-level multidisciplinary basic and applied research at the interface between Chemistry, Physics and Biology. In 2019, the University of Strasbourg and the CNRS has officially founded the new European Center for Quantum Sciences (CESQ) attached to ISIS, which aims to develop new avenues of research and technology exploiting quantum principles, at the frontiers of chemistry, physics, materials science and computer science.

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