Multiplatform modular quantum computers since 2011
Our co-founder and CEO Prof. Dr. Enrique (Kike) Solano has a long track record in the quantum computing space. Since more than a decade, with his first pioneering publications having been published in 2011, he and his global collaborators have been developing the scientific foundation behind our key technology concepts – modular, multiplatform, co-designed quantum computers.
Recent publications and patent applications
Selected historic publications
This list is a selection of Kike Solano’s research articles containing both theory and experimental works in modular and codesign quantum simulation and quantum computation involving Embedding Quantum Simulators (EQS), Digital-Analog Quantum Simulation (DAQS), Digital-Analog Quantum Computing (DAQC), Digitized-Adiabatic Quantum Computing, as well as the first works on Modular Quantum Simulation and Modular Quantum Computing in their evolution along the past decade. It also show-cases our strong network of collaborators which reaches to several universities and many leading companies.
Digital-analog quantum simulator of fluid dynamics (DAQS): A. Mezzacapo, M. Sanz, L. Lamata, I. L. Egusquiza, S. Succi, and E. Solano, “Quantum Simulator for Transport Phenomena in Fluid Flows”, Sci. Rep. 5, 13153 (2015). Link: Quantum Simulator for Transport Phenomena in Fluid Flows | Scientific Reports (nature.com)
The pioneeing article dealing with the problem on how to approach quantum simulation/computation of fluid dynamics model. The highly nonlinear case may only be develop in Co-Design Quantum Computers.
Pioneering proposal for a nonlinear non-Markovian quantum element (DAQS): P. Pfeiffer, I. L. Egusquiza, M. Di Ventra, M. Sanz, and E. Solano, “Quantum Memristors”, Sci. Rep. 6, 29507 (2016). Link: Quantum memristors | Scientific Reports (nature.com)
Here, we invented the Quantum Memristor, as a new fundamental quantum device in superconducting circuits for opening the field of Neuromorphic Quantum Computing.
Digital-analog quantum computing for mapping quantum chemistry and biomolecules on a physical architecture (DAQS): L. García-Álvarez, U. Las Heras, A. Mezzacapo, M. Sanz, E. Solano, and L. Lamata, “Quantum chemistry and charge transport in biomolecules with superconducting circuits”, Sci. Rep. 6, 27836 (2016). Link: Quantum chemistry and charge transport in biomolecules with superconducting circuits | Scientific Reports (nature.com)