Introduction to Quantum Computing for Everyone 2

This course focuses on the mathematics, programming, operations, and algorithms of quantum computing

Introduction to Quantum Computing for Everyone 2
This course is archived
Estimated 5 weeks
3–5 hours per week
Instructor-led on a course schedule

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A follow-on to Intro to QC for Everyone 1, this course delves deeper into the mathematical basis for quantum computing and the programming that makes it a reality. Students will be taught all of the mathematical concepts they need to know, build up confidence and experience with individual and small groups of operations, then learn a sequence of important algorithms.

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What you'll learn

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● The linear algebra concepts that are used to create useful quantum algorithms

● Small sequences of operations that perform important QC operations

● How to program with Qiskit, used for the IBM cloud quantum computers

● Learn several quantum algorithms

Linear Algebra
Toffoli Gate
EPR Pairs
Amplitude Amplification
Bernstein-Vazarani algorithm
Simon’s algorithm
Error Correction

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