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I am running a VQEUCCFactory for H2 on a real hardware device.

res=VQEUCCFactory(quantum_instance=QuantumInstance(provider.get_backend('ibmq_athens'),
    shots=8000)
    optimizer=optimizer,
    initial_state=initial_state)

I left it running offline and when I go to check the results I get more than one job_id. So when I want to simulate another molecule, I obtain more jobs_id. Therefore at the end I cannot identify which jobs_id belongs to each molecules.

Is there any way to add a tag or name to my jobs to identify which molecule corresponds to each group of jobs? I have seen that it can be done (https://quantum-computing.ibm.com/lab/docs/iql/manage/account/ibmq) but I don't know how to implement the job_name of job_tag parameters to my code above.

Thank you very much in advance for the help!

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It is straightforward to add a name to a job. Here is an example from one of my scripts. Below, "circs" is a group of circuits that I submit simultaneously. Replace "jobname" with the name of the job that you want to use.

backend     = provider.get_backend('ibmq_qasm_simulator')
circs       = transpile(circs, backend=backend)
job_manager = IBMQJobManager()
job_set_foo = job_manager.run(circs, backend=backend, shots=nshots, name='jobname')```
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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you very much for your answer, but what I am trying is to add a name or tag to a VQE job. I don't have explicitly the circuits. So with what I have posted I cannot find a way to add a name because I have no circuits but instead a VQE. res=VQEUCCFactory(quantum_instance=QuantumInstance(provider.get_backend('ibmq_athens'), shots=8000) optimizer=optimizer, initial_state=initial_state) $\endgroup$ – Silvia Riera Jun 11 at 9:06
  • $\begingroup$ I am not sure if what you want is possible. Here is the qiskit documentation and it does not seem like you can add a name or tag. qiskit.org/documentation/stubs/… $\endgroup$ – thespaceman Jun 13 at 21:44

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