PASQAL and Blaise Pascal Advisors, along with a consortium of partners, including GENCI/HQI, FZJ, GESDA, HPCQS, EDF, and QEI, are partnering to present this first assessment to promote meaningful and sustainable uses of quantum computing. The analysis relies on clear criteria, accountable figures of life-cycle assessment of Quantum Processing Units (QPUs), and a sound comparative basis to classical computing.
The present document aims at
- Documenting the Blaise Pascal [re]generative quantum hackathon as an avant-garde experiment to investigate the potential of sustainable quantum computing.
- Setting reference elements for a life-cycle and use-case-based approach of sustainable quantum advantage.
- Preparing future standards for regenerative and impactful quantum computing using neutral atoms technology.
- Outlining later research and communication’s agenda.