Information

Official site

https://github.com/quantumlib/OpenFermion

License

Apache 2.0

Availability

numpy>=1.11.0
scipy>=1.1.0
h5py>=2.8
future
jupyter
nbformat
networkx
matplotlib
pubchempy
six

Core Developers

Ryan Babbush (Google), Jarrod McClean (Google), Kevin Sung (University of Michigan), Ian Kivlichan (Harvard), Dave Bacon (Google), Yudong Cao (Harvard), Chengyu Dai (University of Michigan), E. Schuyler Fried (Harvard), Craig Gidney(Google), Brendan Gimby (University of Michigan), Pranav Gokhale (University of Chicago), Thomas Häner (ETH Zurich),Tarini Hardikar (Dartmouth), Vojtĕch Havlíček (Oxford), Oscar Higgott (University College London), Cupjin Huang(University of Michigan), Josh Izaac (Xanadu), Zhang Jiang (NASA), Xinle Liu (Google), Sam McArdle (Oxford), Matthew Neeley (Google), Thomas O’Brien (Leiden University), Bryan O’Gorman (UC Berkeley, NASA), Isil Ozfidan (D-Wave Systems), Max Radin (UC Santa Barbara), Jhonathan Romero (Harvard), Nicholas Rubin (Google), Daniel Sank (Google),Nicolas Sawaya (Harvard), Kanav Setia (Dartmouth), Hannah Sim (Harvard), Damian Steiger (ETH Zurich), Mark Steudtner(Leiden University), Qiming Sun (Caltech), Wei Sun (Google), Daochen Wang (River Lane Research), Chris Winkler(University of Chicago) and Fang Zhang (University of Michigan).

Methodology

Jordan-Wigner, Bravyi-Kitaev, and Bravyi-Kitaev super fast transformations

Related App
Document

Jarrod R. McClean, et al., arXiv:1710.07629

Other

OpenFermion-Psi4, OpenFermion-PySCF: Plugins for estimation of parameters of Hamiltonians in second quantization.

OpenFermion-CirqForest-OpenFermionSFOpenBoson: Plugins for integration with apps for quantum circuits and quantum simulators.