Drug development is an increasingly costly and time-consuming endeavour for biopharma companies, but the emergence of quantum computing is expected to transform the early drug discovery process.
In this blog post, we dive into molecular scale simulations to uncover new levels of understanding in ever more complex chemical systems related to drug discovery and drug delivery.
Quantum Engagement Specialist, Ulrich Hoff shares his viewpoint on the state of Quantum hardware and it's imperfect nature.
We are not going to cure cancer, but we are developing some tools that can make it possible for others to develop a cure for cancer. There is no doubt that the quantum computer will be an effective to
In an ongoing effort to push the bar and test current QC hardware, we have been running benchmark calculations for H_4 and LiH molecules. Today we are ready to share the results, in an AWS blog post.
Kvantify and King’s College London’s Department of Chemistry announce collaboration to explore applications of quantum computing in neuroscience drug discovery.
One of Europe’s largest open quantum computers is now under development at the Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen named DanQ.
In this blog post we will present our perspective on the efforts toward photon-powered quantum computing which has seen several technical breakthroughs in recent years.
Kvantify has announced its ambitious expansion to London, UK, with a new office and welcomes a new team of experts!
Quantum company, Kvantify, lands Denmark’s largest agreement within quantum technology with a large digital infrastructure company! 🥳
We're on a roll - As of September 1, Christina Krogsgård Nielsen has joined us as Head of Products & Strategy!
We’re excited to announce that as of October 1st, one of Denmark’s leading voices on Quantum Computing – Ulrich Hoff – is joining Kvantify as our new Quantum Engagement Specialist!
We are delighted to welcome two bright minds to our growing team at Kvantify, Esben Nielsen and Radu Ungureanu!
Announcing 40M DKK in additional funding, including the EIC Accelerator grant and our Friends & Family round led by Denmark’s Export and Investment Fund, bringing the total funding up to 70M DKK!
We are thrilled to announce that Morten Kjaergaard, Associate Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute and a well-known figure in the industry, has joined Kvantify as a Senior Scientific Advisor.
Catching up on announcing our great new colleagues – Please help us in welcoming Frank, Lise, Mikael, and Peter!
We are excited to give you a ‘sneak peek’ into our pioneering quantum hardware tests, conducted in collaboration with the outstanding team at Amazon Braket.
FAST-VQE unlocks the true power of quantum computers by precisely choosing the optimal components of the quantum state, essentially shattering the precision barrier!
We are here to help you leverage the power of quantum and high-performance computing without the need for large in-house investments.
We are excited to announce that we have secured the EIC Accelerator grant, which will support and speed up the advancements of our solutions for vital pharmaceutical workflows!
We are proud and cautiously optimistic about our new quantum algorithm FAST-VQE, which mitigates the measurement overhead of ADAPT-VQE for quantum chemistry.
Kvantify is proud to be part of a very significant project in the Photonic Quantum Computer field, PhotoQ.
Today we are introducing our new Chief of Staff, Henriette Halvorsen!
A warm welcome to the team to Thomas Mailund and Anders Barlebo!
Welcome on board Rafael Barfknecht and Morten Dalgaard-Thestrup!
QuiX Quantum and Kvantify partner up to develop industry use cases for quantum computing based on photonics.
In their December edition, the prestigious scientific journal, Annalen der Physik, features an article published by Kvantify on the cover page.
Kvantify and Quantagonia have agreed to collaborate on developing new approaches to dynamically use quantum-related algorithms on both emerging quantum and today’s HPC hardware.
Kvantify has the privilege of welcoming professor David Gloriam and Niels Anton Berglund to the chemistry and drug development team.
We are proud to announce our first article published in Physical Review A!
The Danish business daily Børsen has a profile of Kvantify in their Tech section! Click to read the full article.