I introduce a permanent-based approach to the final problem of IBM Fall 2020 Quantum Challenge and prove its correctness. I describe a way to implement it as a quantum circuit and discuss the combinatorial consequences of such approach. The optimized solution obtained the score of 6574 and the 6th place in the final challenge ranking.
Our Co-Founder, Wojciech Burkot, talking about BEIT and various aspects of leading a quantum startup in general.
What could have happened if we had applied our low-level optimizations to the winning solution?
This describes techniques used to get the second place in the IBM Quantum Challenge – week 3 excercise.
I present a solution leading to a score of 6065 (4th place in the final ranking). Additionally, I tell a brief history of attempted cost-lowering strategies.
We are proud to announce that three of our employees placed among the top ten of the IBM November 2020 Quantum Challenge finals.
BEIT engineers, supported by Honeywell Quantum Solutions Team, conducted several experiments on Honeywell System Model H0 quantum computer. This machine uses qubits built using trapped-ion technology, arranged in a 6-qubit quantum register with all to all connectivity. Honeywell System Model H0 had achieved Quantum Volume of 64 - making it one …
An introductory workshop presenting methods of translating conditional statements into a quantum circuit and basic techniques of optimizing the result.
A collection of useful quantum utilities.
Python tool to simplify quantum assembly code generation.
Our co-founder, Wojciech Burkot, speaking about quantum computers for Semihalf Podcast.
The Q2B conference was at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. It was about practical quantum computing applications in optimization, simulation, machine learning and cryptography for industry.
Our Co-Founder and Chief Mathematics Officer, Witold Jarnicki, was honored to hold a …
Our Co-Founder, Wojciech Burkot, speaking about difficulties and opportunities for quantum computing during The Frontier in Quantum Computing speaker series.
Together with Peter Wittek from UoT, Michael Helander president and CEO of OTI Lumionics, Alan Baratz representing D-Wave and Ryan Karle acting for Rigetti Computing, he was trying to state …
Our meeting with Peter resulted in BEIT application to CDL program. After several interviews, we got accepted and started CDL adventure. If you want to learn more about the Bootcamp and hackathon, where Adam & Łukasz won Rigetti Computers’ prize, click here.
The conference took place at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow on 26th to 28th of April 2018. BEIT got involved in organisational arrangements.
Our CPO, Wojtek Burkot, shared some of the first results of our project run within the "Quick path" by Narodowe Centrum Badań i …