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QBee activities are led by 4 experienced researchers, 3 of them in Computer Engineering and one in Chemistry. PhD students working for QBee are working on Quantum Genetics supervised by Aritra Sarkar and Quantum Chemistry supervised by Tamara Sarac. Their algorithms are stored in the Quantum Library and used by the different team members.
Imran Ashraf and Koen Bertels take care of the lower layers in the full stack, starting abt the quantum programming level up to the QBeeSim simulator or a physical chip if available.
For each of the experts, we are currently hiring a number of PhD students who are fascinated by the quantum dimension in various fields.
Founder of QBee, was a professor in Delft university of Technology and has been leading the Quantum Computer Architecture team in Delft. He worked mostly on the definition of a full stack as shown. Within QBee he stays responsible for the micro-architecture, the encryption, and the quantum database.
PhD in Computer Engineering, has been working very intensively on the quantum compiler. First for the OpenQL language that the team in Delft created but we are now switching to the Qiskit platform where the OpenQASM language, launched by IBM generates the code that can be executed. Dr. Ashraf is responsible for translating OpenQASM to cQASM, the language we developed, and which is used by the micro-architecture. He also works on the Qiskit platform to provide it with the features certain application fields need.
PhD in Computer Engineering, has been actively working on the quantum logic and the way quantum algorithm can be defined and executed. He has specialized in quantum genetics, based on the algorithms of genome sequencing and genome analysis that already exist. He also defined new quantum gates that turn out to be very useful for many other algorithmic fields.
PhD in Chemistry, originally came from Serbia but she studied Chemistry in Louvain-la-Neuve, leading also to a PhD. She is responsible for the definition of the concepts and quantum algorithms for chemistry as that is one of the main target areas for QBee. She is heavily studying quantum concepts and realizes that the transition to a quantum aspect leads indeed to new insights and understanding of the quantum chemical processes companies need.
Computer engineer from Iran, will be working on the quantum micro-architecture. Supervisor Bertels
Networking specialist from Tunesia, will be working on quantum encryption. Supervisor Bertels
Electrical Engineering from China, will be working on quantum algoirhtms. Supervisor Sarkar
Data scientist from Belgium, will be working on a quantum database. Supervisor Bertels
QBee wants to receive more students who want to do their MSc thesis work on various topics such as Chemistry, Genetics for the algorithmic aspects, quantum programming language, micro-architecture or the simulator.