# Quantum Technologies

## popular articles

Fun facts about quantum computing and What would you do with 1000 qubits?

Explainer: What is a quantum computer?

One of the most promising applications of quantum computers is for simulating the behavior of matter down to the molecular level. Auto manufacturers like Volkswagen and Daimler are using quantum computers to simulate the chemical composition of electrical-vehicle batteries to help find new ways to improve their performance.

THE WIRED GUIDE TO QUANTUM COMPUTING

Long term, the big computing companies see themselves making money by charging corporations to access data centers packed with supercooled quantum processors.

- commercial angle

Mapping the commercial landscape for quantum technologies Physics World - Dec 2018

Commercialize early quantum technologies

Masoud Mohseni, Peter Read, Hartmut Neven

## extensive resources

QUANTUM COMPUTING REPORT

WHERE QUBITS ENTANGLE WITH COMMERCE

very comprehensive

Quantum Computing: Progress and Prospects

A Quantum Information Science and Technology Roadmap from Lanl/ARDA in 2004for the balanced view QTech sceptics and constraints

## online access and open-source

4 Oct 2018 D-Wave Launches Free Quantum Cloud Service

Canadian company joins IBM and Rigetti in offering online access to pricey hardware

Qiskit

An open-source quantum computing framework for leveraging today's quantum processors and conducting research

## books

Computing with Quantum Cats: From Colossus to Qubits by John Gribbin

Quantum Computing: A Gentle Introduction (Scientific and Engineering Computation) by Eleanor G. Rieffel

## Classification of QUANTUM technologies

- Quantum Computing (quantum computer, quantum programming, and algorithms, quantum simulation, optimization,...)

for instance, special problemss in quantum chemistry

Quantum Cryptography and Communication (quantum network, quantum key distribution, post-quantum cryptography,...)

Quantum Sensors (Single photon detection e.g. quantum radar, 3D camera; ghost imaging, quantum illuminating, ...) and Metrology (quantum/atomic clocks, gravity measurement, quantum magnetometer, inertial measurement, chemical detection,...)