Quantum computers can model complex environmental systems

Published on
January 26, 2024

Even with the growing number of electric vehicles on the roads, transport is still expensive in terms of both energy and environmental impact. In particular, moving goods releases vast amounts greenhouse gases each year.


However, while classical computers are limited in their ability to predict the behaviour of molecular systems, due to the complex interactions between molecules, quantum simulation offers the potential to develop new and more efficient chemical processes, or new materials with new properties. Better performing, lighter, and less environmentally damaging batteries, for example, may offer the potential to radically change the way we produce and consume the power used in transportation.



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