The LUMI-Q consortium will connect several existing European HPC centres to the new quantum computer, and make it accessible for R&D throughout the continent. Combining the consortium’s expertise in HPC and quantum computing, the offered solution will allow end-users to take immediate advantage of the quantum revolution in their computational modelling. This marks an exciting step for quantum computing in Europe.
The LUMI-Q consortium builds and expands upon the established LUMI supercomputer which is presently Europe's most powerful supercomputer, of pre-exascale capacity. It will provide a European-wide quantum computing environment integrated with major EuroHPC infrastructures.
Learn more about LUMI-Q and the host sites for new European quantum computers, including the LUMI-Q quantum computer that will be located in Czechia at the IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Centre in Ostrava, in these press releases from EuroHOPC and IT4Innovations.
LUMI-Q consortium members:
- VSB - Technical University of Ostrava / IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center (coordinator), Czechia
- Academic Computer Centre CYFRONET AGH, Poland
- Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
- CSC - IT Center for Science, Finland
- DTU - Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
- German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
- Hasselt University, Belgium
- Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Poland
- Sigma2 AS, Norway
- Simula Research Laboratory, Norway
- SINTEF, Norway
- SURF, The Netherlands
- TNO, The Netherlands
- VTT, Finland