Quantum application development and use-case evaluation
For organizations with computational challenges in optimization, simulation and machine learning.
The QAL Consortium
QAL is a collaboration of six scientific organizations across different domains of expertise. Ranging from fundamental quantum computing research at the CWI and UvA to applied scientific R&D at TNO, high-performance-computing at SURF, academic software development at eScience, and the actual development of quantum computing hardware platforms at Quantum Inspire.
Exploring potential in many sectors
The impact of quantum computing
Quantum computing is rapidly transforming from a specialist theory in physics to a source of new technologies, economic growth and workforce development opportunities. While still a nascent technology, its potential is actively being explored for use-cases across many sectors, including: Automotive, chemistry, energy, finance, materials, logistics, pharma and more.
An open innovation ecosystem
A natural place to collaborate on quantum computing applications
The Quantum Application Lab (QAL) is an open innovation ecosystem that bridges the gap between academic research of quantum computing and industrial applications to solve some of our most pressing societal challenges in areas such as health care, energy and technology.
Explore the benefits of quantum computing
Our clients are offered a realistic view on the capabilities and limitations of quantum computing technologies over specific time frames, for optimization, simulation, machine learning – and more. We additionally offer our clients:
- Evidenced decision-making on quantum computing application development
- Develop fit-for-purpose technology solutions in an open innovation ecosystem
- De-risk investments through pre-competitive R&D collaboration
Types of projects:
Duration: 3 months
Use case selection & roadmap development
Duration: 6 months
Application development & implementation
Duration: 6-12 months
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