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Understanding Quantum Computers

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Duration

4 weeks

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Delivery Method

Online

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Lifetime Access

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Accessibility

Mobile, Desktop

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Language

English

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Subtitles

English

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Level

Intermediate

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Effort

5 hours per week

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Teaching Type

Self Paced

Course Description

This course will cover the motivations for building quantum computers as well as the key principles of quantum computing. We'll also look at some important quantum computing algorithms.

We'll end with a quick look at the quantum computing hardware as well as the budding industry of quantum information technology.

Graphically explaining key concepts with minimal math and some deep thinking will be possible.

[* Note in Indonesian] Kursus ini menyediakan teks terjemahan Bahasa Indonesia untuk video dan berkas PDF.

This course also has a Japanese version

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Prerequisites/Requirements

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We recommend that you be comfortable with exponents, vectors, sine waves and the basic concepts of probability

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There are some equations, but we have endeavored to keep them as few and clear as possible

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While the mathematics is not too hard, some concepts will be new to most learners, and require some mental stretching.

What You Will Learn

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Describe a few key applications of quantum computing

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Explain the role of quantum computing in the future and recognize the role of Moore's Law in the future of computing

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Prepare for a mathematical course in quantum information concepts

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Explore the value proposition in available and forthcoming quantum information technology products

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Identify the importance of quantum superposition, entanglement and interference in quantum algorithms

Target Students

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Anyone interested in quantum computing at the popular science level

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High school students, college students, and computer professionals interested in developing a qualitative understanding of quantum computing in order to understand the future of computing

Course Instructors

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Rodney Van Meter

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Rodney Van Meter studied at Caltech, USC, and Keio. He has been working on quantum computing since 2003. He is the author of the book "Quantum Networking" (Wiley-ISTE, 2014).
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Takahiko Satoh

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Takahiko Satoh studied at Keio and U.Tokyo. His research field is quantum computing, particularly quantum computer architecture and quantum network architecture.

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