QunaSys releases QURI, quantum chemistry calculation cloud service
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.
QURI has already been used in lectures at the University of Tsukuba and will be used in future lectures at several universities, including the University of Tokyo's Faculty of Engineering. In the future, QURI will also support the execution of quantum chemical calculations on multiple quantum computers, and further development is underway.
“QURI is a service that allows users to intuitively experience quantum computation, which is considered technically difficult to approach, and provides an opportunity for many people to experience a part of quantum algorithmic computation” says Tennin Yan, the CEO of QunaSys. “Starting with use in educational settings such as university lectures, QURI will promote the development of quantum native talents and the exploration of applications through opportunities to experience quantum computation on a wide scale.”
QURI will be introduced in detail at the quantum computing conference Q2B to be held at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo on 19 and 20 July. Information is also available on the QURI introduction page on the QunaSys website (https://qunasys.com/services/quri/). If you have any questions or enquiries, please contact us using the enquiry form on the QunaSys website (https://qunasys.com/contact/).
For enquiries regarding this release, please contact:
QunaSys Public Relations