Now collaborating with over 40 partners, including those outlined below. Contact us to learn more.
The Quantum Collaborative at Arizona State University brings top scientific academic and research institutions together with our industry partners to work toward the shared goal of advancing quantum information science and technology research, education, and workforce development.
By connecting partners and programs throughout the country, the Quantum Collaborative establishes new frontiers of discovery while addressing global demand for a skilled and diverse quantum workforce. We collaborate with our core partners closely on solution development. Implementation partners work with us to design and iterate solutions. Collaborative partners engage with us to discuss QIST trends, policy, funding opportunities, and other aligned programs and activities. Contact us to discuss how you can partner with the Quantum Collaborative.
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory provides experience in the area of scientific applications to deliver scientific discoveries and technical breakthroughs needed to realize solutions in energy and national security and provide economic benefit to the nation. Their partnerships with other US Department of Energy laboratories and programs, universities, and industry to pair their strengths with others for outstanding contributions to science.
- Cox seeks to accelerate new ideas in the field of quantum computing, working with the Quantum Collaborative to deliver on the promise of human-centered, smart solutions for our communities.
- CR8DL an artificial intelligence and cloud computing company, is interested in quantum simulator optimization and quantum combined with high-performance computing.
- Dell Technologies will contribute to the Quantum Collaborative’s work to develop solutions in the quantum field by supporting the integration of quantum technologies with traditional computing.
- Google Quantum AI will guide the curriculum and workforce development of the ASU Quantum Collaborative through hands-on resources such as its open-source quantum programming framework called Cirq and the Quantum Virtual Machine
- IBM announced a leap forward in quantum computing performance, scale, and adoption. Discover the latest software and hardware breakthroughs that are now putting quantum advantage within reach.
- Quantinuum a combination of Honeywell Quantum Solutions and Cambridge Quantum, is an integrated quantum computing company that has released next generation quantum products, including trapped-ion quantum computers, quantum computing enhanced cybersecurity and quantum computational chemistry software.
- SandboxAQ is developing business applications that combine the power of AI and quantum technology — dubbed AQ.
- Purdue University with its Rosen Center for Advanced Computing and the Purdue Quantum Science and Engineering Institute, pairs high-performance computing with quantum expertise and broad regional integration.
- Tecnológico de Monterrey is the top private university in Mexico and a longstanding ASU partner, brings broad STEM expertise and machine learning prowess.
- The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) is poised to bring its long-standing experience in cybersecurity, and AI and data science expertise to deal with the challenges that quantum presents to protect data and infrastructure. This includes its broad network of partners in their School of Data Science and university research institutes focused on AI and cloud/edge computing.
- University of Wyoming will cultivate exploration and work in areas such as quantum algorithms, quantum materials, quantum workforce programs, quantum academic programs and community college engagement.
- Virginia Tech contributes expertise in quantum information science, producing research in key areas including quantum computing, simulation, networking, and cryptography and pioneering educational programs, facilitated by its Center for Quantum Information Science and Engineering.
- Qubit by Qubit is helping to equip current and future generations of diverse students with the skills to succeed in the rapidly growing quantum workforce.