Particle physics is at the core of our understanding of the fundamental laws governing Nature. To shed light on the sub-atomic scale, humans engineered powerful particle accelerators that can disclose the fundamental laws governing the universe.
The new generations of particle accelerators at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) near Geneva produce data at a pace far exceeding the storage and elaboration capabilities of the most powerful supercomputers on Earth.
Quantum computing can help—and now that CERN openlab’s current Quantum Technology Initiative comprises dozens of projects across computing, sensing, communication, and theory. Read the case study.CERN has become the newest IBM Quantum Hub, the the CERN-IBM relationship will be closer than ever before.