### Code a quantum circuit using Python

Use the Qiskit software framework in your own personal Jupyter Notebook environment - no install required

Starts Here

Starts Here

Starts

Here

For researchers

IBM Quantum is your most passionate collaborator to advance foundational quantum computing research that will make real-world impact. Work with the best experts across experimentation, theory, and computer science and explore new possibilities in the field of quantum computing.

Produce high-quality research and test ideas using cutting-edge software, systems, and quantum development tools. Collaborate with other researchers in our network who are pushing the boundaries of quantum computing.

We’re here to help you be the first to explore, define, and benefit from the rapidly approaching age of quantum computing. As a fundamentally different way of computation, quantum computing could potentially transform our businesses and societies.

What is quantum computing?Use the Qiskit software framework in your own personal Jupyter Notebook environment - no install required

Circuit Composer is a graphical programming tool that allows you to learn quantum and visualize circuits

Use the Qiskit software framework in your own personal Jupyter Notebook environment - no install required

Circuit Composer is a graphical programming tool that allows you to learn quantum and visualize circuits

Circuit Composer is a graphical programming tool that allows you to learn quantum and visualize circuits

Through the IBM Quantum ecosystem, a community of pioneers are rapidly developing quantum programs and applications across the entire quantum technology stack.

See what our community is building**Announcing the IBM Quantum Challenge**

From May 4-8, we invite you to be part of the biggest community-led test of quantum knowledge, skill, and computing power. The IBM Quantum Challenge is a series of four quantum programming exercises for the world to solve using IBM’s quantum computers on the cloud.

Read the news**IBM Quantum Award Winners**

The IBM Quantum Awards give educators, students, and independent developers alike the opportunity to show off their skills using IBM Quantum Experience and Qiskit, and to share their knowledge with IBM’s growing quantum computing community.

Read the news**IBM and Daimler use quantum computer to develop next-gen batteries**

Electric vehicles have an Achilles Heel: the capacity and speed-of-charging of their batteries. A quantum computing breakthrough by researchers at IBM and Daimler AG, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, could help tackle this challenge.

Read the news**IBM doubles Quantum Volume on roadmap**

In order to achieve quantum advantage within the next decade, we will need to at least double the Quantum Volume of our quantum computing systems every year. IBM has achieved a system demonstrating a Quantum Volume of 32, doubling for the fourth straight year in a row and continuing a roadmap of quantum computing progress.

Read the news**On "Quantum Supremacy"**

Regarding Google's "quantum supremacy" paper, we argue that an ideal simulation of the same task can be performed on a classical system in 2.5 days and with far greater fidelity. This is in fact a conservative, worst-case estimate, and we expect that with additional refinements the classical cost of the simulation can be further reduced.

Read the newsIBM Q Network is a global community of visionary companies, academic institutions, startups and national research labs working together to advance quantum computing.

Join the IBM Q Network