Quantum Computing

Quantum Computing

L2-1 Quantum Computing Hardware: An Overview

Introduction to Quantum Computing provides an overview of quantum computing hardware using a superconducting qubit as an example. Suggested Reading: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0038110122003549?via%3Dihub

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Quantum Computing: Separating the Real from the Hype

Here’s an interesting video is from DARPAtv. Much has been promised by “quantum,” but the hardware to support these claims is very challenging to fabricate, engineer, assemble and characterize in a way that makes the desired impact. This talk will separate the hype from the feasible and the real, with an emphasis on creating feasible […]

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Information Scrambling, Error Propagation, and Quantum Advantage in Quantum Simulators

Qiskit Seminar Series with Andrew Daley on Information Scrambling, Error Propagation, and Quantum Advantage in Quantum Simulators

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Why are Spin Qubits key for Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computing?

Diraq’s Founder Andrew Dzurak and Bill Jeffrey discuss why spin qubits are a compelling technology pathway to the millions and eventually billions of qubits required to achieve commercially useful, fault-tolerant quantum computing. Bill Jeffrey was formerly the Director of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), CEO of two premier US research labs SRI International […]

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Understanding Pauli X, Y, Z Gates in Quantum Computing with Qiskit

Qudex_38 explain the Pauli X, Y, and Z gates in quantum computing and how to implement them using the Qiskit library. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced quantum developer, this video will provide a solid foundation for understanding these essential gates.

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Why Quantum Computing is the Future of Data Processing

In this video from UKONTECH learn about the Why Quantum Computing is the Future of Data Processing. Quantum computers are powerful machines that use quantum mechanics to perform calculations faster than traditional computers. They have the potential to solve problems that would take traditional computers many years to complete, making them highly sought after for […]

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Asynchronous Multi-Party Quantum Computation

In this video from the Simons Institute Vipul Goyal (Carnegie Mellon University and NTT Research); Chen-Da Liu-Zhang (NTT Research); Justin Raizes, and Joao Ribeiro (Carnegie Mellon University) explain Asynchronous Multi-Party Quantum Computation

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Quantum Computing Explained In 20 Minutes

Quantum Computing is a hot topic as the technology nears the point at which it will have commercial applications. Most of the world’s largest technology companies are researching it and many of them have even put Quantum Computers on the Cloud for clients to use. But why is Quantum Computing so different? What can it […]

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