Kvasi, the Quantum Learning Machine, is a quantum computing simulator with which you can learn to use and develop new quantum algorithms. Kvasi helps the Finnish science and research community to prepare for the upcoming era of quantum computing.

Kvasi provides an ecosystem for developing and simulating quantum algorithms in both ideal and realistic, noisy conditions. Kvasi is capable of simulating algorithms for quantum computers of up to 30+ qubits.

Kvasi offers a graphical user interface for the design of quantum algorithms and gates. A command line is also available.

Quantum Computing

Quantum computers differ significantly from their digital counterparts when it comes to basic computational operators and operating principles. As a result, quantum computers are able to solve certain computational problems considerably faster than classical supercomputers. In order to exploit this quantum advantage, programs and algorithms tailor-made for quantum processing units (QPUs) need to be developed.

For the basics of quantum computing check out our webinar: What Is Quantum Computing?