Aspuru-Guzik Research

The Aspuru-Guzik Group is charting new and unconventional paths in theoretical chemistry: We are pioneering the use of quantum computation and information to solve chemical questions; we explore quantum coherent energy transport in biology and materials; we are at the forefront of virtual high-throughput screening, big data, and materials informatics from first-principles; and we spearhead the utilization of innovative computing architectures and algorithms.

Aspuru-Guzik ResearchThe Harvard Clean Energy Project (CEP) is a theory-driven search for the next generation of organic solar cell materials. CEP has established an automated, high-throughput, in silico framework to study potential candidate structures for organic photovoltaics.

Aspuru-Guzik Research

Aspuru-Guzik Research
Our group focuses on the development and extension of efficient quantum algorithms for quantum simulation of chemical systems, reaction dynamics, state preparation, and the development of methods by which these algorithms can be successfully carried out quantum computers.

Aspuru-Guzik Research

Aspuru-Guzik Research

Aspuru-Guzik Research