UCL Quantum Computing students see success in start-up collaborations
23 June 2020
A start-up (Rahko) co-founded by UCL Computer Science PhD students has seen growth through many succesful collaborations and support through UCL's entrepreneurship landscape.
Read more about the people behind Rahko and the support at UCL in the area of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Rakho co-founder, Leo Wossing:
“We’d encourage any UCL student with an interest in entrepreneurship to explore and take advantage of the programs and people at UCL helping students transform research and ideas into exciting ventures.
Rahko was co-founded by UCL Computer Science PhD students Leo Wossnig and Ed Grant, alongside Miriam Cha and Ian Horobin. Rahko brings together a multidisciplinary team of experts in machine learning, quantum chemistry and quantum computing, to solve some of the world’s most complex problems.
Read the full story on the UCL Innovation and Enterprise website