QunaSys Welcomes Repsol to Join Its Quantum Computing Research Community
QunaSys is pleased to welcome Repsol, a leading multi-energy company specializing in sustainable energy research and digitalization, as the newest addition to its quantum computing research community, QPARC (Quantum Practical Application Research Community). Repsol joined a community of more than 50 global companies from different industries, including aerospace, automotive, chemicals, electronics, energy, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals, to advance the applicability of quantum computing.
QPARC was founded in 2020 by QunaSys in Japan to help companies prepare for the quantum era. Its community offers a unique opportunity for its members to gain hands-on experience with quantum computing. Members can code quantum computing algorithms, test them on various hardware, and discover real-world use cases to implement.
At QPARC, companies can learn about the latest trends in quantum computing, define technology strategies, and work on real-world use cases analyzing chemical properties that are the foundations to design catalysts, materials, batteries, semiconductors, or medicines. Members collaborate to develop quantum algorithms that address challenges in their respective industries, identify opportunities for quantum computing applications, and foster an ecosystem that supports quantum computing innovation.
“We are delighted to have Repsol join our international industry community” said Tennin Yan, the co-founder and CEO of QunaSys. “Repsol is a global leader in sustainable energy research and digitalization, and their expertise and experience will contribute to our collective efforts to advance quantum computing research and innovation.” Elena Yndurain, QunaSys Europe CEO, joins Yan in commemorating this milestone.
“Digitalization and technology play a key role in Repsol’s strategy,” said Dr. Ricardo Enriquez Miranda, Repsol’s Head of Quantum Advisory Team. “We are excited to join the QPARC community and contribute to the development of quantum computing applications. Quantum computing has the potential to transform many industries, including energy, and we are committed to working with other leaders in this field to drive innovation and create value for our stakeholders.”
The addition of Repsol to QPARC’s community reinforces its commitment to advancing quantum computing research and its potential applications in various industries.
For more information, visit QPARC’s website at https://www.qparc.qunasys.com/
Repsol is a global multi-energy company that is leading the energy transition with its ambition of achieving zero net emissions by 2050. Present throughout the energy value chain, the company employs 24,000 people worldwide and distributes its products in nearly 100 countries to around 24 million customers. Digitalization and technology play a key role in Repsol's strategy. The company is relying on digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, automation, and cloud solutions to improve operational efficiency. Repsol Technology Lab research center is developing a pioneering R&D model that is based on open innovation and working with a network of institutions around the world to offer new technological solutions and forge a new, more efficient and more competitive energy sector.
QunaSys is the world's leading developer of innovative algorithms in chemistry focused on accelerating the development of quantum technology applicability. QunaSys aims to mixmize the power of quantum computing through its advanced joint research that addresses cutting-edge technologies providing Qamuy™, the most powerful quantum chemical calculation cloud software; fostering development of collaboration through QPARC industry consortium; and working with research institutions from academia and government. QunaSys software runs on multiple technology platforms with applicability in all chemical related industries to boost quantum computing adoption.