OTI Lumionics Demonstrates Simulation of Commercial Size OLED Emitter Molecule Using Microsoft Azure Quantum
OTI Lumionics has continued their work in the Azure Quantum preview, simulating organic materials for the design of next-generation consumer electronics. Using quantum-inspired optimization, they were able to simulate the electronic structure of Ir(ppy)3, an example of a metal-organic complex used in OLED displays.
OTI Lumionics Supports Projects Working on COVID-19 Response Using D-Wave’s Quantum Computer
In support of D-Wave’s initiative to provide free access to their quantum systems for anyone working on responses to the COVID-19 crisis, OTI Lumionics is providing access to our engineering team with expertise on how to use the quantum computer, formulate problems, as well as help in developing solutions.
Microsoft and OTI Lumionics Collaborate to Demonstrate Materials Design Using Quantum Inspired Methods
Quantum computing has the potential to revolutionize materials design, by enabling highly accurate simulations that could otherwise not be solved on classical hardware. With their algorithms now running on Azure Quantum, OTI Lumionics is able to demonstrate meaningful results on commercially relevant sized problems, today.
Microsoft Announces Azure Quantum and Highlights Collaboration with OTI Lumionics
At Ignite 2019, Microsoft announced Azure Quantum, a full-stack, open cloud ecosystem that will bring the benefits of quantum computing organizations. The announcement highlighted the work done by partners such as OTI Lumionics, Case Western Reserve University, Willis Towers Watson, and the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority.