IBM Quantum is excited to announce the third annual Open Science Prize—an award for the best open source solution to some of the most pressing problems in the field of quantum computing. This year, the Prize will demand a high accuracy variational quantum eigensolver (VQE) computation of a kagome spin lattice. The best open source solution will receive a $30,000 prize. The runner up will receive $20,000. Registration (opens in a new tab) is open through mid-April after which judges will review the submissions and announce the winners. For more information on the contest rules, judging criteria, and problem walk through (a Jupyter notebook) check out the GitHub (opens in a new tab) repo or join the conversation #open-science-prize-22 (opens in a new tab).
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