In the news | July 29, 2022
Algorithmiq is listed in Business Insider’s top 23 EU deep tech startups
Algorithmiq is harnessing the power of quantum computing and applying it to life sciences to solve major challenges big pharma companies face, including Drug Discovery & Development, a process that typically takes 10 years and costs $1bn per drug.
In the news | July 18, 2022
EU Startups lists Algorithmiq in the startup weekly round-up
Our collaboration with Boston research team gathers attention in line with many other meaningful European startups and their launches, partnerships and expansions.
Announcement | July 16, 2022
Juha-Pekka joined our team!
Juha-Pekka is our new IT Manager. He holds a master's degree in industrial management from the Helsinki University of Technology. He has extensive experience of working in the financial and start-up sectors, as well as passion for business development.
In the news | July 15, 2022
Digital Health Technology News highlights our white paper on Quantum Network Medicine
In it, we argue that the connection between network medicine and quantum computing has the potential to provide a new paradigm for disease prevention and drug design.
In the news | July 14, 2022
The Quantum Insider broadcasts our collaboration with the Boston Research Team on Quantum Network Medicine
Algorithmiq couldn’t be more excited to collaborate with pioneers of Network Medicine and launch a new field of it.
Event | July 5-9, 2022
Algorithmiq organised and sponsored the Quantum Hiking 2022 workshop
For five days, 35 researchers hiked together through the Gran Paradiso National Park in the Italian Alps, discussing, collaborating and presenting results on quantum physics and related topics. It was a unique experience that reinforced our belief in non-traditional methods to foster scientific collaboration.
Event | June 14, 2022
We organised the first Quantum Medicine Network Symposium
At the interface between quantum physics, complex networks and life sciences. The symposium featured presentations by distinguished professors Joseph Loscalzo (Harvard Medical School), Mariangeles Serrano (University of Barcelona) and Antonio Acin (ICFO - Institute of Photonic Sciences), as well as our CSO, Dr. Guillermo García-Pérez.
Announcement | May 19, 2022
Dr. Stefan Knecht joins us!
Dr. Stefan Knecht has joined Algorithmiq as a Leading Quantum Chemist Researcher. Stefan is also an associate professor at the Univ. Mainz and works on the chemistry of the heaviest elements and multi-configurational electronic structure theory.