Quantum Chemistry in the Age of Quantum Computing.

  title={Quantum Chemistry in the Age of Quantum Computing.},
  author={Yudong Cao and Jonathan A. Romero and J. Olson and Matthias Degroote and P. Johnson and M{\'a}ria Kieferov{\'a} and I. Kivlichan and Tim Menke and B. Peropadre and Nicolas P. D. Sawaya and Sukin Sim and L. Veis and Al{\'a}n Aspuru-Guzik},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  • Yudong Cao, Jonathan A. Romero, +10 authors Alán Aspuru-Guzik
  • Published 2019
  • Physics, Medicine, Chemistry, Mathematics
  • Chemical reviews
  • Practical challenges in simulating quantum systems on classical computers have been widely recognized in the quantum physics and quantum chemistry communities over the past century. Although many approximation methods have been introduced, the complexity of quantum mechanics remains hard to appease. The advent of quantum computation brings new pathways to navigate this challenging and complex landscape. By manipulating quantum states of matter and taking advantage of their unique features such… CONTINUE READING

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