Recent advances in quantum computing have moved this new field of study closer toward realization and provided new opportunities to apply the principles of computer science. A worldwide effort is leveraging prior art as well as new insights to address the critical science and engineering challenges that face the design, development, and demonstration of quantum computing. Alongside studies in physics and engineering, the field of quantum computing now provides a focal point for discussing the theory and practice of quantum information science.
ACM Transactions on Quantum Computing (TQC) publishes high-impact, original research papers and select surveys on topics in quantum computing and quantum information science. The journal focuses on the theory and practice of quantum computing including but not limited to: models of quantum computing, quantum algorithms and complexity, quantum computing architecture, principles and methods of fault-tolerant quantum computation, design automation for quantum computing, quantum programming languages and systems, distributed quantum computing, quantum networking, issues related to quantum hardware and NISQ implementation quantum security and privacy, and applications (e.g. in machine learning and AI) of quantum computing.
We welcome manuscript submissions that address computational aspects of quantum computing and appeal to the broader community of quantum information science.