Adriaan Rol, co-founder and Director Research and Development at Orange QS, will present Quantify at the APS March meeting. Quantify was co-developed with Qblox and funded in part by The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) through the MIT instrument. The project to create the open-source quantum experiment control software Quantify was ranked as the best out of 45 accepted proposals by RVO.
Join session M34 on Quantum Software and Compilers at the APS March Meeting on Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 11:30AM CT (18:30 CET). You will hear how Quantify can accelerate your research into quantum computing.
Working with an experimental set-up for quantum computing research is an often-underestimated challenge. Specifically, the tune-up of the system and execution of experiments. To help you work more efficiently, Adriaan will present Quantify. It’s a robust and extensively documented open-source experiment platform inspired by PycQED (Rol et al. 10.5281/zenodo.160327).
Quantify contains all the basic functionality to control experiments, as well as a novel scheduler. This scheduler features a unique hybrid control model allowing quantum gate- and pulse-level descriptions, which allows for better use of hardware backends. It opens up new avenues for more efficient calibration routines and variational quantum algorithms (VQA).