Quantum Computers have already reached quantum advantage – true to Noble Prize Richard Feynman’s notorious views on Quantum Computation, the team of Antoine Browaeys and Thierry Lahaye at Institut d’Optique (IOGS, CNRS) has demonstrated the simulation of many-body problems intractable for classical High Performance Computers. They did that with a Programmable Quantum Simulator made out of neutral atoms which they started building in 2007.
At PASQAL we build on this decade of expertise and numerous achievements in the engineering of lasers, vacuum systems and sensors, to manufacture Quantum Information Processors that tackle serious issues, from fundamental science to grand challenges.
In 2019, we closed a first investment round with Quantonation – leading global investor in Quantum Technologies – and work towards building a 3D multi-100 qubits computer.
We’re based in the Paris Region, in France. We’re building on the methods, the results and the teachings of Prof. Alain Aspect, father of the 2nd Quantum Revolution, and the French school of quantum and atomic physics.