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We're solving
industry problems with
academic research.

Quantum computing is set to revolutionise problem-solving for the betterment of our economy and society. To realise this potential, quantum resources must be deployed with skill and precision. 

We are leading a dedicated research programme to deliver quantum-enhanced solutions that are demonstrable, verifiable, and co-designed for emerging quantum hardware.

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Research Areas



Quantum Algorithms and

Machine Learning

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Quantum Cyber Security

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Programming and


Architecture and HPC



Noise Handling








Our team consists of enthusiastic experts in all aspects of quantum computing (from theory to practice, from foundation to application, from design to programming) all motivated by a common desire to uncover the boundless possibilities offered by this ground-breaking technology.


Get to know the team and explore their research areas.

Quantum Week 2024


One week, three events  |  Edinburgh  |  15th-19th April 2024

Join us for a week of collaboration and celebration in the realm of quantum computing. This dynamic event showcases three distinct experiences: AIMday, QCTIP, and the first birthday celebration of Quantum Software Lab.

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QCTIP 2024 as part of Quantum
Quantum Software Lab Anniversary

News & Seminars

PhD Positions in Quantum Computing at the University of Edinburgh

Join the Quantum Software Lab as a Fully Funded PhD student

Quantum computing testbeds

UK's Bold Leap into Diverse Quantum Computing Testbeds

QSig Workshop on Quantum Tech in Finance

QSL Co-Organizing the Upcoming QSig Workshop in Edinburgh

22nd Feb 2024

 Qualitative equivalence between incompatibility and Bell nonlocality
Ravi Kunjwal

18th Feb 2024

Introduction to quantum learning theory
Chirag Wadhva

14th Nov 2023

Gate-efficient fermionic quantum state preparation with a Natural-Orbitalizing variational scheme
Pauline Besserve

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