quantum computing

(how to build a quantum computer for the talented beginner)

Instructor: Prof. David Carroll

Location: Olin Hall

Time: TBA

PHY 392/692 Quantum Computing

This course provides a simple introduction to the foundations and hardware of Quantum Computers. Offered in the spring semesters generally, it covers basic algorithms, the theory of Qubit and register formation, gate structure, and the physical systems that have been achieved today. 

The course is offered in a simple lecture style with anticipated heavy input and discussion from the audience. Only a few small assignments and a final project are used for grading, otherwise the course is meant to embed and enjoy. The audience is encouraged to guide topical content.

The course does have a website for old lectures and papers of interest: www.qcwg-wake.online

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