In several announcements that came out in conjunction with The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis conference being held this week, NVIDIA has announced several collaborations with quantum end users and quantum providers that use its CUDA Quantum software platform.

The first collaboration is with the chemical company BASF to simulate a compound called Nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA), a compound that can remove toxic metals from a city’s wastewater. BASF was able to model this compound using 60 qubit simulations on NVIDIA’s Eos H100 Supercomputer. This is the largest simulation that BASF has ever run. A second collaboration announced is with Classiq, a quantum software company, and the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center. This collaboration will focus on researching the potential of quantum technology for applications in life sciences and healthcare. It will also provide training to non-quantum experts so they can develop quantum applications for use in their life science research. Another collaboration was announced with IQM with a purpose to advance future hybrid quantum applications. And finally, Terra Quantum also announced it will work with NVIDIA to accelerate the integration of hybrid quantum and classical computers through GPUs.

To learn more about all these and other collaborations, you can view a blog post on the NVIDIA website here. You can also view separate press releases from IQM, Classiq, and Terra Quantum that describe their respective activity with NVIDIA.

November 14, 2023