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About Cyril Allouche


Fellow, Head of the Atos Quantum R&D Program, Atos and member of the Scientific Community

Cyril owns an engineer degree from Ecole Polytechnique (Paris) and a PhD in Computer Science from University of Paris Sud. He has been in charge of Research and Innovation within Bull then Atos for 5 years. He has been leading Atos' Quantum R&D program since its beginning, late 2015. He is an industrial member of the High Level Steering Comittee for Quantum Technologies of the European Commission.

Prior to joining Atos, Cyril held several Research and Development positions in artificial intelligence, medical imaging, biometrics, advanced software design, at Philips, General Electric and Thales research labs. Cyril is the inventor of 10 patents.




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Articles posted by Cyril Allouche

Software moves into the quantum spotlight

The basic principles of quantum computing and the physical challenges that it faces are well known. What is less understood is the critical role that quantum software has to play in the development of this new paradigm for computing. Currently, the state-of-the-art for quantum computers is about 20 quantum bits (qubits). At around 50 to 60 qubits (equivalent to an exascale…