HQS unlocks the potential of quantum technology for today‘s industry by providing software applications for exploring systems at the quantum level.
Controlling noise is the essential ingredient to unlock the power of near-term quantum computers and showcase their promising applications. One of these applications is the prediction of the spectral properties of molecules and materials. An important example of this is the prediction of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectra.
NMR spectroscopy plays a pivotal role in a wide range of industries from material chemistry to medical-related biomedicine. Therefore it is a perfect platform to exploit the power of quantum computing. To this end, HQS employs its software to better understand the impact of different kinds of noise, i.e., damping, dephasing, and depolarizing of single qubits, for the devices on which the NMR problem is being tackled. In particular, HQS quantifies the amount of threshold noise up to which they can still find a reliable NMR spectrum. More information: www.quantumsimulations.de