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Proceedings 2º Quantum Software Engineering and Technology Workshop
 

23 de November del 2021





Our colleagues Ricardo Pérez-Castillo, Manuel A. Serrano and Mario Piattini have edited the CEUR proceedings of the 2nd Quantum Software Engineering and Technology Workshop (Q-SET 21) that was held on 19 October 2021 as part of the IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (IEEE Quantum Week).

The proceedings have been published in CEUR Vol 3008 and consist of 10 papers provided by researchers and industry practitioners that address some of the issues and challenges in Quantum Software Engineering presented in the Talavera Manifesto. The complete list of published articles is presented below:

 - Preamble

 - An exploratory study on the challenges of engineering quantum applications in the cloud
   Daniel Vietz, Johanna Barzen, Frank Leymann, Benjamin Weder , Vladimir Yussupov

 - QuantumPath Annals Composer
   José Luis Hevia, Guido Peterssen, Ezequiel Murina, Aurelio Martínez, Mario Piattini

- Cybersecurity for quantum computing
   Natalie Kilber, Daniel Kaestlen, Stefan Wagner

- Reliable hybrid quantum software engineering: An Architectural-driven Approach
   Max Scheerer, Jonas Klamroth, Oliver Denninger

- Trials in the development of hybrid quantum-classical microservices systems
   Javier Rojo, Enrique Moguel, David Valencia, Javier Berrocal, Jose García-Alonso, Juan Manuel Murillo

- Software quality issues in quantum information systems
   Javier Verduro, Moisés Rodríguez, Mario Piattini

- Formal quantum software engineering. Introduction of formal software engineering methods to quantum computing
   Carmelo R. Cartiere

- Towards a quantum algorithm for evaluating WCET
   Gabriella Bettonte, Stéphane Louise, Renaud Sirdey

- Testing Quantum Programs using Q# and Microsoft Quantum Development Kit
   Mariia Mykhailova, Mathias Soeken

- Non-functional requirements for quantum programmes
   Lorenzo Saraiva, Edward Hermann Haeusler, Vaston Costa, Marcos Kalinowski


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