Explore the world's first application of quantum computer

QPARC is a community which focuses on learning the basics and the state-of-the-art of quantum computer and exploring the potential of application

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What is QPARC?

What is QPARC ?

QPARC is a community that discovers the possibility of material development by leveraging the power of quantum computer. In QPARC, we offer series of lecture courses and use-case development activity, targeting industrial engineers/ researchers that are active at the forefront of material development.

We have several offers: For new members, we offer "Basic Course" to learn about basic knowledge of a quantum computer and quantum chemical calculations, and "Advanced Course" to  work on trial use-case development for a system of interest. For existing members, we offer "Qamuy on QPARC" to work on more advanced use-casedevelopment using our software tool for chemical calculation on quantum computer. Through these use-case development activities as well as series of lecture courses, participants will develop practical skills for quantum computer to-lead the world in discovering potential applications.

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Learning Skills

Study session to develop practical skills in material simulation using a quantum computer.

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Exploration and discovery of practical applications

The world’s first discover and implement the advanced applications through interactions within the community, as well as collaboration with universities and overseas hardware vendors.

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THINK OUR STORY

Why now?

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(Source: BCG Report )

Since Google has published a paper about quantum supremacy on 23th October 2019, a quantum computer has been featured in many industries.

Especially, material simulation area is expected to gain benefits earlier than other areas, and it is expected to be 2022 that a practical calculation on a quantum computer exceeds a classical supercomputer.

Japan is a leading country in material development in which quantum computer is firstly applied to.

 

QPARC is a place for researchers to maximize their knowledge and awareness of issues, and discover innovative use of a quantum computer. Through this opportunity, we aim to be the world’s first leader of application of a quantum computer.

Why now?

 

What is new about QPARC?

What is new about QPARC?

This year's QPARC consists of “QPARC lecture course”, “QPARC follow up” and  “QPARC use-case development”.

In QPARC lecture course, we support the formation of communities, other than  offerign series of lecture courses. New participants are recommended to participate in this QPARC lecture course for the first time.

For companies which have participated in QPARC last year, we offer “QPARC follow up” and “QPARC use-case development”. In this part, participants will take regular seminars and information sharing, and group studies using Qamuy.

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Course content

Program

QPARC is offering two lecture courses for entry members

Basic course

Contents of the course

  • Basics of quantum information

  • Basic of NISQ algorithms

※Each session consists of lecture and exercise of programming

Target audience

  • Engineer/researcher who is using/will use computational chemistry as R&D activity

※Participants are expected to have basic knowledge of quantum chemistry

Fee

  • 1,000 USD (per person)

Advanced course

Contents of the course

  • Calculation of various properties (Excited-state energy, energy derivative etc.)

  • Basics of fault-tolerant quantum computer

  • Use-case development using Qamuy™

Target audience

  • Engineer/Researcher who completes the QPARC basic course (or any other equivalent courses)

Fee

  • 1,000 USD (per person)

 

Speakers

Speakers

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Kentaro Heya

(Ph.D student at University of Tokyo)

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Yuya Nakgawa, Ph.D

(Lead Researcher at QunaSys Inc.)

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Yohei Ibe

(Engineer / Quantum Information Evangelist at QunaSys Inc.)

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Sho Koh

(Engineer))

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Yasushi Honda,

Ph.D

(Senior expert of quantum chemistry

at HPC systems Inc.)

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Keisuke Fujii,

Ph.D

(Professor at Osaka University)

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Wataru Mizukami,

Ph.D

(Associate professor at Osaka University)

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Kosuke Mitarai,

Ph.D

(Assistant professor at Osaka University)

Community members

​Members

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* Not exhaustive

* Listed alphabetically in principle

Sponsor / sponsor company

Collaborative Sponsors

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Sponsors

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* Listed alphabetically

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contact

Contact

Please feel free to contact us for further information