On Friday June 21 2019 the second QSC General Assembly will take place at Zuidas Business & Conference Center, Amsterdam. Click here for more information.
Recently, a research collaboration has begun between QuSoft, a quantum software research center based in Amsterdam, and the Bosch Group, a leading global provider of technologies and services. In this project, researchers from QuSoft and Bosch will investigate potential quantum computing use cases at Bosch, with a focus on applications... read more →
With the QuSoft center expanding, so are the teaching efforts in quantum information science. Teaching is important to prepare not only future generations of quantum information scientists, but also professionals for industry. Three courses on quantum computing and quantum information theory start today, at different levels and for different programs.... read more →
QuSoft and the University of Amsterdam are organizing The Quantum Quest, a four-week web class for high school students. The quantum computer is a computer of the future. Instead of working with bits that have two states (0 and 1), quantum computers work with quantum bits which can be in... read more →
The GNGH, the Dutch Society for the Advancement of Science, Medicine and Surgery, awarded the Andreas Bonn medals 2018 to Florian Speelman (CWI and QuSoft), Remco Molenaar (AMC) and Edwin van der Pol (AMC) on 16 November 2018. The Andreas Bonn medals are presented once every five years for original... read more →
This summer the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing held a two-month-long program "Summer Cluster on Challenges in Quantum Computation". Several QuSoft researchers participated in the program including Stacey Jeffery and her PhD student Alvaro Piedrafita, Ronad de Wolf and his PhD student András Gilyén. An in-depth article was... read more →