We are pleased to announce that our CEO, Tennin Yan, has been selected in the Science & Technology & Local category of "Forbes JAPAN 30 UNDER 30 2023," which was announced by Forbes JAPAN on August 24, 2023 to honor Japanese under the age of 30 who will lead the next generation.
Development of an Efficient Method for Computing the Green's Functions of Large-Scale Electronic Systems ~ A Steady Step Toward the Application of Quantum Computers to Strongly-Correlated Electrons ~
QunaSys, in joint research with Fujitsu, has developed a method to efficiently compute "Green’s functions" in large-scale electronic systems using quantum computers. This research result is a steady step toward the realistic application of quantum computers to materials science. The computation of large-scale quantum many-body systems is one of the most promising areas where quantum computers can realize the computational speedup over classical computers.
QunaSys releases its quantum chemistry calculation cloud service QURI on 18 July 2023. QURI is a web application that allows users to easily perform quantum chemical calculations using quantum algorithms. Traditionally, running complex quantum algorithms required programming expertise, but QURI allows users to run complex quantum algorithms through an intuitive interface simply by connecting to the internet. No computational resources are required - just log in and you're ready to go: using QURI will deepen your understanding of the features of quantum algorithms.
QunaSys Welcomes Repsol to join QPARC
QunaSys Launches “Quantum Algorithm Grand Challenge”: Join the Race to Push NISQ Algorithms to the Next Level
QunaSys Launches “Quantum Algorithm Grand Challenge”
QunaSys Announces IBM Investment
QunaSys Inc. sponsored Q2B 2022: Practical Quantum Computing Conference (Dec 6 -8) the world’s largest gathering of the quantum computing community.
QunaSys to participate in IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE22)
QunaSys is a sponsor of Quantum Week 2022 (Sept 18 - 23) the leading quantum computing event that bridges the gap between the science of quantum computing and the development of the surrounding industry.
With the goal to develop quantum algorithms that are essential for the adoption of quantum computers, QunaSys held the QPARC Challenge Global Hackathon focused on quantum information and chemistry. The challenge took place online from May 6th to June 3rd, with almost 200 participants from 38 countries.
QunaSys won “IT Japan Award 2022” Special Prize from Nikkei Business Publications' for our efforts on developing the quantum computing field towards applicability and the activities held at Quantum Practical Application Research Consortium (QPARC) to help industry companies learn and test.