As quantum devices continue to develop and small-medium scale quantum computers become available, our group works on leveraging a combination of classical and quantum computation resources to predict many-body and excited-state phenomena. In the noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ, coined by Professor John Preskill) technology-era, hybrid quantum-classical computation could combine the strengths of quantum and classical computation, utilizing each where appropriate.
Here's a recent paper from the group on qubit allocation and compilers for NISQ devices.
Prof. Narang also teaches a class that covers some of these topics (ES 170, Quantum Engineering) and uses IBM's open-source quantum platforms to simulate molecules and materials. Please contact her directly regarding course material.