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SandboxAQ's python package to explore chemistry workflows on quantum computers

SandboxAQ's python package to explore chemistry workflows on quantum computers

QOSF aims to enhance open source software in quantum computing

A linear optics simulation framework for quantum computing

Optimizer/transpiler for IonQ Native Gates

qBraid-SDK extension providing support for QIR conversions.

QuEra's Neutral Atom SDK for Analog QPUs

Provides an implementation of quantum simulators that can run locally, meant to be compatible with the Amazon Braket SDK

An open-source Python SDK for interacting with quantum computers and simulators on Amazon Braket

Transforming QUA into Qiskit to simulate quantum programs without hardware constraints.

Provider to run Qiskit programs on Amazon Braket quantum hardware and simulators

Plugin allowing PennyLane to use Amazon Braket quantum hardware and simulators

A quantum circuit simulator written in the Julia programming language, meant to be compatible with the Amazon Braket SDK

Tensor network simulator for analog Hamiltonian simulation

Julia implementation of the Amazon Braket SDK, allowing users to access quantum hardware and simulators

An experimental, imperative programming interface for developing quantum programs in native Python

A python framework for creating, editing, and invoking Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ) circuits

A high-performance platform for hybrid quantum-classical computing

Platform-agnostic quantum runtime framework designed for both quantum software and hardware providers.

Quantum Computing in PyTorch

A simulated journey along the Bloch Sphere for students learning about quantum computing.

Tutorials for both novice and experienced QuTiP users.

Tensor network based machine learning framework backend quantum software framework

The community aims to disseminate educational resources on various aspects related to quantum technologies.

Azure Quantum Development Kit, including the Q# programming language, resource estimator, and Quantum Katas

Is it possible to distinguish the given random numbers are produced from a specific quantum computer? More generally, this problem is related to the topic of cross-platform comparison of quantum circuits.

Quantum Applications, Algorithms, Tutorials and Functions, built with the Classiq Platform

A parallel MWPM decoder for quantum error correction implemented in Rust, available as Python package

Qadence is a Python package that provides a simple interface to build digital-analog quantum programs with tunable qubit interaction defined on arbitrary register topologies realizable on neutral atom devices.

HierarQcal is a quantum circuit builder that simplifies circuit design, composition, generation, scaling, and parameter management.

Julia Package for Quantum Optics and Quantum Physics

Graphix is a measurement-based quantum computing (MBQC) software package

An intuitive programming package for simulating and analyzing Clifford circuits, quantum measurement, and stabilizer states with applications to many-body localization, classical shadows, quantum chemistry and error correction code.

A multi-backend python library for quantum optimisation using QAOA on Quantum computers and Quantum computer simulators.

|toqito> (Theory of Quantum Information Toolkit) in Python

scqubits is an open-source Python library for simulating superconducting qubits

A high performance Python graph library implemented in Rust, used by Qiskit

A python-to-quantum compiler

GPU-accelerated quantum computer simulator with novel optimizations

quantum optimal control with direct collocation

Parser and semantic analyzer for the OpenQASM 3.0 language, used by Qiskit

Qiskit is an open-source SDK for working with quantum computers at the level of extended quantum circuits, operators, and primitives.

PennyLane is a cross-platform Python library for quantum computing, quantum machine learning, and quantum chemistry

A high-level Python library for Quantum Natural Language Processing.

KLayout Python library for integrated quantum circuit design.

Powerful and Portable Quantum Compiler Framework

Aer is a high performance simulator for quantum circuits that includes noise models

Python package for quantum error mitigation techniques

Metriq is a community-driven platform for hosting quantum benchmarks.