Quantum computing empowers researchers and applied scientists across academia and enterprises to tackle challenges long viewed as intractable—even for today’s supercomputers or best-informed AI.
These leading scientific institutions are collaborating with IBM to chart the path of quantum computing research, development, and education.
As part of the IBM Quantum Network, they take advantage of industry experience and enterprise computing expertise, backed by the world’s premier corporate research organization.
CERN is using IBM Quantum’s cloud-enabled quantum computing to analyze 1 petabyte of data per second in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)–something that would require 1 million classical CPU cores to do.
IBM’s full-stack approach brings the best of IBM’s quantum computing systems, together with extensive software tools and cloud services to carry out and extend your research.
IBM Quantum Composer provides cloud access to our quantum systems to explore and research quantum. Get started with a drag and drop interface to build circuits, view Qiskit code, and develop algorithms.Build a quantum circuit in
Write scripts combining code, equations, visualizations, and narrative text using IBM Quantum Lab, a cloud-enabled programming environment for researchers powered by Qiskit.Code a quantum program
Qiskit is the leading, Python-based software development kit (SDK) for open-source quantum development that allows you to build and deploy applications using powerful quantum services.Learn more about Qiskit
IBM enables academic researchers to perform advance scientific work in quantum. Gain access to more systems or apply for special awards to complete experiments and publish papers—at no cost to the researcher.
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