Phasecraft

Using disruptive theory to unlock the power of quantum computing

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Phasecraft

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  • Quantum Outlook 2020 – video briefing
    What’s happening with quantum technology in 2020? Watch this video briefing on key developments across quantum hardware, quantum algorithms, quantum software, quantum safe cryptography, quantum imaging, sensing & timing. Updates on key companies and key national and regional programmes.  Read the full Quantum Outlook 2020 collection 2020 will ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowJanuary 21, 2020
  • Quantum Outlook 2020
    2020 will be a watershed year for the Quantum Revolution. There will be surprising early applications, though previously over-hyped timelines may leave some disappointed. Geopolitical considerations will be hard to ignore as major national programmes set out their stalls. The chill winds of a quantum winter may threaten some, but ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowDecember 16, 2019
  • Quantum Algorithms Outlook 2020
    Contrary to many reports there are set be immediate applications even for early devices. Some will be controversial. However in other areas timelines look over-hyped. 2020 will be a key year to prove the naysayers wrong. Will clients see early value? Despite all the fuss, quantum processors actually run more ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowDecember 16, 2019
Latest News
  • EIS: more than financial returns
    As institutional investors increasingly regard ESG as an important element of their investment decision, Tom Hopkins, of Parkwalk, wonders whether this element of EIS investment should form part of the client conversation. Parkwalk is not a specialised impact investor in the true sense however our focus on cutting edge technology ... read more
    Source: Parkwalk – quantumSeptember 5, 2019
  • Quantum computing spinout gains seed funding – TechSPARK
    Quantum computing spinout gains seed funding  TechSPARKA pioneering quantum computing company co-founded by academics in Bristol and London has received £750,000 in early stage seed funding. Phasecraft is ... read more
    Source: Google News – Quantum ComputingJune 11, 2019
  • Quantum computing spinout gains seed funding
    Phasecraft is developing software for quantum computers and has been set up by Dr Ashley Montanaro from the University of Bristol's School of  ... read more
    Source: Alert – Quantum SoftwareJune 11, 2019
  • June: Phasecraft quantum computing | News – University of Bristol
    June: Phasecraft quantum computing | News  University of BristolA pioneering quantum computing company co-founded by academics from University College London (UCL) and the University of Bristol has received £750,000 ... read more
    Source: Google News – Quantum ComputingJune 3, 2019
  • Quantum computing company – co-founded by Bristol scientists – benefits from £750k investment
    Phasecraft is developing software for quantum computers using some of the best talent in the sector. It aims to solve problems beyond the capacity of  ... read more
    Source: Alert – Quantum SoftwareJune 3, 2019
  • Quantum computing company – co-founded by Bristol scientists – benefits from £750k investment – FE News
    Quantum computing company – co-founded by Bristol scientists – benefits from £750k investment  FE NewsPhasecraft is developing software for quantum computers using some of the best talent in the sector. It aims to solve problems beyond the capacity of today's ... read more
    Source: Google News – Quantum ComputingJune 2, 2019
  • Phasecraft – Parkwalk investment
    Parkwalk are delighted to welcome Phasecraft to its portfolio following an investment from the Parkwalk Opportunities EIS Fund. Phasecraft is a start-up from researchers at University College London and the University of Bristol. The company was established to develop quantum software for quantum information processors, encompassing both near-term intermediate-scale devices ... read more
    Source: Parkwalk – quantumMarch 13, 2019
Project Description

Quantum computers are on the cusp of becoming a practical reality, and could ultimately solve currently intractable computational problems, with vital applications.

Phasecraft is developing the fundamental quantum theory and software that will enable quantum computers to: investigate novel quantum materials, helping to develop better batteries and more efficient solar cells; simulate chemical reactions, helping to discover new catalysts and optimise key industrial processes; and solve hard constraint satisfaction problems, helping to make the most of scarce resources in logistics.

Project Details
  • Startup: Phasecraft
  • Founded: 2018
  • Capabilities: Quantum applications
  • Home: www.phasecraft.io
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