Quantum computers IQM, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Bar-Ilan University are collaborating to accelerate quantum technology research

Espoo, Finland, Jerusalem, Ramat Gan, Israel, 08 April 2022– (Business Wire) –IQM Quantum ComputersThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Bar Ilan University have begun a research collaboration on quantum technologies, with IQM providing components for commercial quantum computing hardware to the two universities.

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Today, IQM, the European leader in the field of quantum computing, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Bar Ilan University, two of the world’s leading universities, announced the launch of a collaboration in the field of quantum computing focused on research, exchange of know-how and quantum devices.

The goal of this collaboration is to provide researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (a group led by Professor Nadav Katz, in the Department of Physics and at the Scientific Center for Quantum Information) and Bar Ilan University (a group led by Professor Michael Stern, Department of Physics) developed commercial-grade quantum computing devices. by IQM. Researchers in these groups will conduct experiments using IQM equipment, furthering scientific progress.

This initiative also includes testing IQM’s qubit technology and conducting experiments based on its hardware. This long-term collaboration will lead to major scientific breakthroughs, many academic contributions and new product innovations. This approach is part of the strategy chosen by IQM, which consists in providing its customers and partners with direct access to the components of its devices.

Speaking about the announcement, Dr. Juha Vartiennen, Chief Operating Officer and co-founder of IQM said: “We are very pleased to be working with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Bar Ilan University, and look forward to a fruitful and long-term scientific and commercial collaboration. This announcement positively aligns with our strategy To provide commercial-grade quantum computing devices to global research groups.

“This collaboration is also a milestone in our collaboration with the world-class quantum ecosystem in Israel. As quantum computers continue to develop, the technical knowledge developed in Israel – for example in machine learning and quantum computing software – will become extremely important in the future.”

Going forward, all parties also aim to expand the cooperation to the manufacture of full-stack quantum computers, for scientific and commercial purposes in Israel.

Professor Nadav Katz, director of the HUJI Center for Quantum Information Science, said.

The highly coherent qubit-controlled oscillations of IQM qubits were measured in Israel (HUJI).

“We are pleased to participate in a study that puts Israel and its universities at the forefront of the global effort to develop quantum computers. There is still a long way to go, but I believe that we at Bar Ilan University, together with our partners at the Hebrew University will succeed in obtaining unprecedented results,” he said. Professor Michael Stern.

About IQM quantum computers:

IQM is the European leader in its class in the manufacture of quantum computers.

IQM provides on-site quantum computers to high-performance computing centers and research laboratories and provides full access to its computing hardware. IQM offers its industrial clients a quantitative advantage through its unique joint design approach and application specific product approach.

IQM is building Finland’s first commercial 54-qubit quantum computer using VTT, and a consortium led by IQM (Q-Exa) is building the German quantum computer, which will be combined with a high-performance supercomputer to create an accelerator for scientific research in the future. IQM employs more than 160 people in its offices in Paris, Bilbao, Munich and Espoo.

For more information: www.meetiqm.com

IQM’s recent announcements:

Dr. Sierk Poetting, Chief Operating Officer of BioNTech, will direct IQM’s global expansion as Chairman of the Board of Directors.

IQM continues its expansion in Europe; The new French company will favor IQM’s co-design clients in the aerospace, aerospace and cybersecurity sectors.

IQM opens its own quantum device manufacturing facility in Finland.

IQM has reached the first stage in a joint innovation project for quantum computing in Finland with VTT; A 5-qubit quantum computer is now up and running.

IQM, as part of the Q-Exa consortium, is building a quantum computer in Germany that will be combined with an HPC supercomputer for the first time.

Head office:

IQM Finland Oy, Keilaranta 19, 02150 Espoo, Finland

About the Hebrew University of Jerusalem:

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI) It is the leading academic and research institution in Israel. It welcomes, on 6 campuses, more than 25,000 students from nearly 80 countries. Founded in 1918 by eminent personalities such as Albert Einstein, Chaim Weizmann, Sigmund Freud and Martin Buber, HUJI University ranks among the world’s leading universities. To date, the university and its alumni have won 8 Nobel Prizes, the Fields Medal and the Abel Prize – a proud tradition of innovation and excellence.

https://en.huji.ac.il/ar

About Bar Ilan University:

Founded in 1955, Bar Illanest University is one of the leading institutions of higher education in Israel. It uniquely combines cutting-edge scientific research with education rooted in Jewish values ​​and social responsibility. Having grown from 70 to nearly 20,500 students, her outstanding achievements in the sciences and humanities, as well as in all areas of human activity, have left an indelible mark on the landscape of the State of Israel.

https://www.biu.ac.il/ar

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Contacts

IQM Quantum Computers
Media contact:
Raghunath Koduvayur, Director of Marketing and Communications
Email: Raghunath@meetiqm.com
Mobile: +358 50 4876509

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI)
Media contact:
Tali Aronsky, International Media Director
Email: taliaron@savion.huji.ac.il
Mobile: +972-55-666-4371

Bar Ilan University
Media contact:
Ilana Oberlander
Media Relations Manager
Bar Ilan University
Email: elanadovrut@gmail.com
Like. +972-53-425-5152

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