Perform like you have a team of expert Quantum Control Engineers,
without having to build one yourself.

We're experts in quantum control and share this knowledge through our powerful, intuitive software products.

Q-CTRL Product Overview

BLACK OPAL

BLACK OPAL is a hardware-agnostic software suite which works with every qubit to reduce decoherence and errors at the physical layer. Our solutions help new users build intuition for quantum control through an intuitive interface and cloud-compute engine

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BLACK OPAL | Accelerate past the competition by learning how much quantum control can do for you using our intuitive interface.

BOULDER OPAL

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BOULDER OPAL allows the most discerning scientists and engineers to embed customized quantum control solutions directly into their products using our python interface.
For professional researchers and hardware manufacturers seeking flexibility in research and hardware-system automation.

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BOULDER OPAL | Integrate quantum control in professional python workflows, cloud systems, or your own customized quantum computer hardware.

Visualizations

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Our Visualizations package allows you to create intuitive, interactive 3D graphics representing some of the toughest concepts in quantum technology. Then output them in active web pages or videos to make high-impact presentations.
For end users seeking to build marketing or educational materials and deepen engagment with clients.

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Visualizations | Build and export intuitive visualizations of the toughest concepts in quantum computing.

FIRE OPAL

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Turn the weakness of quantum systems into a strength by building and deploying the right controls for quantum sensors like magnetometers and gravimeters.
For researchers and teams looking to extract the most, and most useful, information from quantum sensing hardware.

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FIRE OPAL | Extract the most - and most useful - information from quantum sensors

Open Controls

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Open Controls is an open-source Python package that makes it easy to create and deploy established error-robust quantum control protocols from the open literature. The aim of the package is to be the most comprehensive library of published and tested quantum control techniques developed by the community, with easy to use export functions allowing users to deploy these controls on:

  • Custom quantum hardware
  • Publicly available cloud quantum computers
  • The Q-CTRL product suite

Anyone interested in quantum control is welcome to
contribute to this project

Getting Started

$ pip install qctrl-open-controls
Example of using it in a console:
>>> from qctrlopencontrols import new_predefined_dds
>>> cpmg_4 = new_predefined_dds(
			scheme='Carr-Purcell-Meiboom-Gill',
			duration=10e-6,
			number_of_offsets=4)
>>> print(cpmg_4)
Duration = 1e-05
Offsets = [0.0,0.125,0.375,0.625,0.875,1.0] x 1e-05
Rabi Rotations = [0.0,1.0,1.0,1.0,1.0,0.0] x pi
Azimuthal Angles = [0.0,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.0] x pi
Detuning Rotations = [0.0,0.0,0.0,0.0,0.0,0.0] x pi
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