Computational and Data Intensive Physics Group  

About Us

The computational and data intensive physics group's research lies at the crossroads of complex systems, computational physics, quantum computing and novel computing paradigms, as well as algorithm development. While on the one hand we use state-of-the-art computing techniques (both software and hardware) to solve hard problems in physics and across disciplines, on the other hand we use our unique interdisciplinary capabilities to push the development of novel computing paradigms — both quantum and classical.

We strive to solve the hardest problems across both science and industry with a physics-inspired hardware-agnostic* approach while, at the same time, pushing the envelope beyond Moore's law.


National Science Foundation