Pioneering quantum software

Taking quantum from theory into practice

Creating a world-leading quantum simulation engine

Riverlane is a research-led start-up that builds ground-breaking algorithms and software to unleash the predictive power of quantum computing. With a multidisciplinary team of world-leading researchers, our mission is to make quantum computers useful sooner.

Backed by leading venture-capital funds and the University of Cambridge, we are developing radically new ways of making quantum computers accessible and commercially viable. We develop solutions across the full stack that empower everyone in the world to use quantum computers to their full potential.

Combining optimal orchestration of the stack with innovative algorithms for quantum chemistry, we turn quantum advantage into commercial advantage.

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Working at riverlane

If you want to help develop world-leading quantum software, and you have a background in computational chemistry, mathematics, physics, computer science or quantum information, we’d love to hear from you. Visit our Careers page for details on open roles.

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We collaborate with some of the world leaders in quantum computing

Oxford Quantum Circuits Seeqc University of Cambridge
Johnson Matthey University of Bristol Rigetti
11 Feb 2020

How to make quantum computers useful

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11 Feb 2020

Riverlane building operating system for quantum computers

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Thank you to our programme committee for your help with the selection. We had so many fantastic submissions so thank you all! Look out for the schedule which we will be posting on the webpage soon. If you are yet to register, don't miss out! https://t.co/bV4tjc5Rgw

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and last but not least, Michal Horodecki, Adam Sawicki and Michal Oszmaniec. 'Epsilon-nets, unitary t-designs and random quantum circuits'

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Poulami Das, Christopher Pattison, Srilatha Manne, Doug Carmean, @krystasvore, Moinuddin Qureshi and Nicolas Delfosse. 'A Scalable Decoder Micro-architecture for Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computing'

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