Future Computing

TU Delft Quantum Software Cluster (QSC)

Quantum Computing is a rapidly developing field that brings together computer science, mathematics, physics, and the engineering and social sciences. With more and more experimental small-scale quantum computers becoming available in the cloud, researchers, students, and practitioners get the opportunity to gain practical experience with this novel compute technology and to explore its potential for future applications. The Quantum Software Cluster (QSC) is part of the TU Delft Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (DCSE) with research and education on “Future Computing”. Our mission is to support computational scientists in the transition from today’s classical computing era to Quantum Computing in the future through stimulating the exchange of knowledge and resources, organizing educational events, and facilitating joint research projects. QSC welcomes staff members and students at all career levels and from all six faculties connected to DCSE as well as external researchers and practitioners who are interested in quantum software development.

Please contact us for more information by sending an email to QSC@tudelft.nl and subscribe to our mailing list at https://listserv.tudelft.nl/mailman/listinfo/qsc to not miss any of our forthcoming events.

Upcoming Events

  • 26th November 2021, 15:00-16:00 CEST: Aeroseminar "Computational Fluid Dynamics using Quantum Computers" by Prof. Rene Steijl, University of Glasgow. Please use this link to attend the Teams session.