I recently started work at Riverlane, a quantum engineering company. We work on making quantum computing useful sooner by developing an operating system Deltaflow.OS to help quantum hardware companies scale faster, reduce errors and implement practical quantum error correction.
Quantum Computers are very sensitive systems and it is unavoidable that they constantly make errors. Therefore, to make them practically useful, we need to have benchmarking systems which characterise the errors in the system, and systems that correct those errors. These are crucial to making useful quantum computers scalable and practically useful. In Riverlane, I am a part of the Decode team that works on solving these problems by building Quantum Error Correction (QEC) and Benchmarking systems.
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