EniQmA at the Digital Gipfel in Jena on November 20, 2023
As part of the “Markt der digitalen Möglichkeiten” we will be showcasing our EniQmA toolbox alongside the PlanQk platform. In our talk we will present a solution to alleviate the shortage of quantum computing experts and explain how our tools can provide an easy entry point into quantum computing for medium-sized businesses that may not have extensive quantum computing teams. We achieve this by using our tools to reduce the complexity of quantum application development and make it scalable.
Join us for our presentation on November 20, 2023, at 4:00 PM in Hörsaal 2 Uni Jena. We look forward to your attendance and an exciting discussion about quantum computing.
EniQmA at the European Quantum Technology Conference
Visit Fraunhofer FOKUS representatives at the EQTC Conference (European Quantum Technology Conference) in Hannover, Germany, and learn more about the latest developments in the Qompiler and EniQmA projects, which are funded by BMWK.
You can discuss with us the latest EniQmA research results on quality assurance, testing and benchmarking. You will find us in the foyer at booth F10. We are looking forward to your visit.
EniQmA at the Quantum Industry Summit
On Oct. 10, 2023, results of the EniQmA project were presented at the Quantum Industry Summit of the Quantum Business Network (QBN). Raphael Seidel – senior scientist at Fraunhofer FOKUS – presented the current EniQmA activities in the area of Quantum Benchmarking and Testing during a presentation with the title “Benchmarking of Gate-Based QPUs with Applications in Quantum Software Engineering”.
The key messages of the talk were:
- Benchmarking is important to estimate the performance of applications but also to compare different Quantum Processing Unit vendors.
- It is important to benchmark elementary parts of the software stack as well as end-to-end applications.
- The results of the benchmarks are used in the EniQmA DevOps live cycle for various steps.
EniQmA tools and use cases for hybrid quantum computing
The research team of the EniQmA project has reached a first milestone and has developed a tool landscape for hybrid quantum computing and the use cases to test it.
The aim of the EniQmA project is to alleviate the complexity of hybrid quantum computing. To achieve this, the research team is developing a series of tools designed to simplify, standardize, and partially automate the DevOps process in hybrid quantum computing. These tools assist companies in unlocking the doors to the world of quantum computing and harnessing the potentials of this technology more easily. Now, an overview of EniQmA tools to enable efficient hybrid quantum software development and deployment has been prepared.
Furthermore, three use cases are being developed to both test the newly designed EniQmA tools and to identify potentially interesting applications for quantum computing, as well as to further develop the necessary algorithms.