COHORT 1

Meet the future-makers in quantum.

Duality accepted six innovative hardware and software startups into inaugural Cohort 1:

Axion Technologies, a Tallahassee, Florida–based company led by Carol Scarlett, is developing a quantum random number generator for high performance computing systems.

Great Lakes Crystal Technologies, an East Lansing, Michigan–based company led by Keith Evans, is developing a commercial manufacturing process for semiconductor-grade diamond materials for photonics, electronics, and quantum technology applications.
qBraid, a Hanover, New Hampshire–based company led by Kanav Setia, is developing a cloud-based platform for managed access to other quantum computing software and hardware.

QuantCAD, an Iowa City, Iowa–based company led by Michael Flatte, is developing simulation software for modelling noise and current in quantum devices such as high-resolution quantum sensors.

Quantopticon, a Guildford, United Kingdom–based company led by Mirella Koleva, is developing simulation software for designing and optimizing quantum optical devices.

Super.tech, a Chicago, Illinois–based company led by Pranav Gokhale, is developing software that accelerates quantum computing applications by optimizing across the system stack from algorithms to control pulses.

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