SC23 Proceedings

The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis

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Design Automation Tools and Software for Quantum Computing

Author: Lukas Burgholzer (Technical University of Munich)

Advisor: Robert Wille (Technical University of Munich)

Abstract: Quantum computing promises to solve problems beyond the reach of today’s machines, but it requires efficient and reliable software tools to realize its potential. This poster gives an overview of various contributions towards design automation methods and software for quantum computing that leverage existing knowledge and expertise in classical circuit and system design. It focuses on three major tasks: simulation, compilation, and verification of quantum circuits. The proposed solutions demonstrate significant improvements in efficiency, scalability, and reliability for all tasks and constitute the backbone of the Munich Quantum Toolkit (MQT), a collection of open-source tools for quantum computing. The respective solutions advance the state of the art in quantum computing and illustrate the benefits of design automation methods for this emerging field.

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