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Quantum computing offers the potential for unparalleled accuracy and speed for multiphysics simulations.

Our team is the world-leading research team in the quantum lattice Boltzmann method (QLBM), specializing in computational fluid dynamics (CFD).

We offer custom algorithm development and licensing options for our pilot customers.

Why quantum?

The power of quantum computers lies in their ability to perform complex calculations at a speed and accuracy that is unattainable by classical computers. 

This makes them a game-changer for multiphysics simulations, particularly in fields such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD). 

Our research and development on quantum-native algorithms show tremendous potential for simulating systems larger and more complex than ever imaginable with great precision.

Needless to say, the potential for quantum acceleration in multiphysics simulations is enormous, and we're excited to be at the forefront of this revolution.

What we offer

While quantum hardware is not quite yet at the level of useful quantum advantage, it is advancing at a rapid pace, and commercial applications are just around the corner. 

By working with us as a pilot customer, you have the opportunity to be among the first to gain from the benefits brought by quantum computing in multiphysics simulations.

Our team of experts will work with you to develop solutions for your industry and guide you through the process of eventually incorporating quantum computing into your workflow. 

With our support, you'll have the opportunity to test the potential of quantum computing and witness firsthand the benefits it can bring.

Join us now to stay ahead of the curve and get the competitive edge in your field as quantum computing becomes more widely adopted.

What we have done

We have not only made theoretical advancements in the use of quantum computing for simulations but have also successfully demonstrated the potential of these methods on real hardware.

In the fall of  2022, we achieved a significant milestone in Quantum Native™ multiphysics simulations by running a 1D advection-diffusion simulation using our Quantum Lattice-Boltzmann Method (QLBM) algorithm on a real quantum computer with accurate results. 

This marked the beginning of a new era in multiphysics simulations, as it demonstrated that today's NISQ devices can natively run macro-scale physics simulations using a quantum-native approach. 

This breakthrough showcases the potential for quantum computers to revolutionize the field of multiphysics simulations with increased accuracy and speed.

Quantum algorithms in action

Our quantum demo showcases our Quantum algorithms through interactive demonstrations.

Our quantum roadmap

Spring 2022

Prototype QLBM solvers running on a quantum simulator

Fall 2022

Concrete evidence for quantum-native macro-scale physics simulations on a NISQ device

This year

Extending to 2D and 3D simulations on a real quantum computer
During the next few years
Quantum acceleration


Simulations on a scale infeasible to solve on classical hardware


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Dr. Valtteri Lahtinen

CSO & Co-Founder

+358 40 839 7887

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