Because evolution is unitary.
We run a microgrant program to fund explorers across the world to work on quantum technologies. Do you have an idea for a project?
We do our own research to help the ecosystem as a whole. For example, we are developing (1)mitiq, an open source compiler for error-mitigated quantum programming, and (2)metriq, an open community platform for sharing quantum tech benchmarks.
We have open positions for Director (Ecosystem), Member of the Technical Staff, and Quantum Open Source Fellow.
For more information check our careers page.Apply to work with us!
Project could be open source quantum sofware, education materials and workshops, a new quantum sensor prototype, or much more.
Our program is designed to be as simple as possible. No organizational affiliation required. Just a short form and a two minute video.
For more information or to check on your application email: firstname.lastname@example.orgApply
Peter Johnson,Co-Founder, Zapata Computing
I imagine that years from now, some of the biggest contributors in quantum computing will have come through the Unitary Fund program. The grants provide avenues for creative, motivated folks to meaningfully contribute to this new industry. Awardees are using the program to launch their careers in quantum computing, landing jobs at Zapata and elsewhere.
Travis L. Scholten,IBM Quantum
Our support of the Unitary Fund enables continued growth of the quantum computing ecosystem. It is an opportunity to connect with and help quantum developers from a diverse range of skill sets and backgrounds.