The OLCF is pleased to offer researchers the opportunity to obtain both quantum and classical computing resources as part of the same project. Projects that seek to compare quantum and classical computing approaches, algorithms, and implementations are encouraged. In addition, projects that look to make use of quantum computing to attack parts of a larger problem while using classical computing to attack others are also sought.
- The quantum resources available are from our Quantum Computing User Program (QCUP): https://www.olcf.ornl.gov/olcf-resources/compute-systems/quantum-computing-user-program/system-resources/.
- The classical computing resources will be provided via our OLCF Director’s Discretionary (DD) program: https://docs.olcf.ornl.gov/accounts/accounts_and_projects.html#what-are-the-differences-between-project-types.
Proposers will need to submit proposals to each program, but can refer to the corresponding proposal in the other program throughout each proposal.
Proposals to the hybrid program will be evaluated, reviewed, and allocated together.