In an announcement at the 2022 World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, PsiQuantum announced it is setting up a new subsidiary called Qlimate devoted to using quantum computing to help solve the many computational problems associated with developing solutions for climate change.
Quantum computing has the potential to drive the major breakthroughs needed to help solve the climate crisis. Jeremy O’Brien, a pioneer in the field, shares how PsiQuantum is seeking to harness quantum computing for large-scale climate-change mitigation.
PsiQuantum, the company that’s building the world’s first utility-scale quantum computer, today at Davos announced Qlimate. A subsidiary of PsiQuantum, Qlimate is a quantum computing net zero initiative that builds partnerships to develop and scale decarbonization technology breakthroughs.
Dr Sam Roberts, Quantum Architect at PsiQuantum and University of Sydney PhD alumni, long had a passion for abstract maths, and thought he’d end up teaching it at university. Instead, he’s pushing the limits of linear algebra to encode data into particles of light. Read about what motivated him to pursue a career in quantum computing.