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Cooking with Qubits / How to bake a Quantum Computer Quantum

In this article, we’re going to explain how you can bake your own scrumptious quantum processor from scratch. One of the most common recipes for baking a quantum computer was created by quantum chef/scientist David DiVincenzo. 


What is a Quantum Computer?

In this article, we’re going to explain what quantum computers are and give a brief introduction to how they work. You don’t need a background in science to follow along, just a few minutes of spare time and a desire to learn.


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BS Based Implementation – Perceval


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Tensor Network Simulation for Imperfect Boson Sampling


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Boson Sampling: A Quantum Advantage


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Randomness Generation from Single Device


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Verification of Delegated Quantum Computations


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LOv-Calculus: Graphical Language for Linear Optics


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Certified Randomness Generation


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Certification and error mitigation of near-term photonic quantum devices


How to do computations on an optical quantum computer?

At first glance the title might generate a few questions to some of you, but the purpose of this article is to transform those queries into ease-of-use reference. Follow the link and enter the magical world of optical quantum computing.


Single-Photon Sources (Part 1 – 3)

In this article, we will approach single-photon sources from a conceptual level so that we can identify and understand their key properties.This is important for anyone wishing to compare different kinds of photon source.


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Pascale Senellart – Photos: The Quantum Link | Distinguished Lecturer Prize 2020 Live

As MCQST Distinguished Lecturer , Prof. Pascale Senellart is giving a series of talks targeted to varied audiences. This public talk is designed for anybody curious about quantum science — even complete beginners!


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Les débuts de l’ordinateur quantique – par Pascale Senellart-Mardon

Conférence grand public d’intérêt général donnée par Pascale Senellart-Mardon, et organisée par la section Paris-Sud de la Société Française de Physique


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BQIT:21 Session Four – Niccolo Somaschi (Quandela)

“Modular Optical Quantum Computing” by Niccolo Somaschi (Quandela) from Session Four of BQIT:21 (Bristol Quantum Information Technology Workshop)



Who are we

Quandela brings state-of-the-art technology and combines it with the strong dedication of its teams. We build unique solid-state sources of quantum light and create quantum algorithms to power a new generation of quantum computers, available on the cloud.

Join our team

Be part of an experience: Quandela is a growing company with large ambitions and a limitless potential. If like us you’re a passionate scientist or technologist, hungry for a challenge and with long term vision, come work with us and together, we’ll tackle on the quantum revolution!

Who trusts us

From industries and commercial partners working with us to develop new quantum computing use-cases, to funding agencies and investors supporting the scale-up of our technology; to the scientific community integrating Quandela’s components and adopting our cloud solutions to tackle multiple quantum applications.

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Request access to our quantum computing platform and solutions by contacting our teams.