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Quantum Computing Made Simple

A quick and easy guide to Quantum Computing for programmers and researchers
Instructor:
Sergei Shirkin
22 students enrolled
English
Quantum computing
Fundamentals of Quantum physics
Complex numbers for Quantum computing
Linear algebra for Quantum computing
Python and Qiskit for Quantum Computing

Quantum computing is the most modern direction in programming. Is it difficult to study this science? It depends on how the knowledge is presented. In this course you will study quantum computing the quickest and simplest way.

Don’t worry if you don’t have enough knowledge of math, like linear algebra or complex numbers. This course will explain everything you need, so that quantum computing will be as simple for you as school arithmetic.

Also you will understand necessary basics from quantum physics needed for creating quantum algorithms. You will learn what a qubit and superposition are, get acquainted with the concept of measurement.

Not only will you learn about such amazing things as superposition and quantum entanglement, but you will understand what physical laws govern it, and you will also learn how to use the mathematical tools that can easily describe these complex processes. But most importantly, you will learn how to apply these phenomena of quantum physics in programming. Taking this course, you will first understand how to move from quantum physics to mathematics, and then from mathematics to programming.

Becoming a quantum programmer is a long road, but the main thing is to take the first step. Let this course be your first step!

What is a qubit?

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Qubit
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Qubit
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Representation of a qubit state
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Qubit state

Superposition and measurement

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Superposition and measurement
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Superposition and measurement
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Qubit as a vector
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Qubit as a vector
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Physical implementations of quantum computers
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Physical implementations of quantum computers

Complex numbers for qubits

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Complex numbers - part 1
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Complex numbers - part 1
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Complex numbers - part 2
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Complex numbers - part 2
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Complex numbers - part 3
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Complex numbers - part 3
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Complex numbers - part 4
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Complex numbers - part 4

Linear algebra for qubits

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Hilbert space
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Hilbert space
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Hilbert space - part 2
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Hilbert space - part 2
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Basis
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Basis

Matrices are everywhere!

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Matrix operations
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Matrix operations
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Tensor product
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Tensor product
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Pure and mixed states
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Pure and mixed states
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Density matrix
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Density matrix
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Hermitian matrix
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Hermitian matrix
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Unitary matrix
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Unitary matrix

Operations with qubits

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Hadamard gate
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Hadamard gate
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Pauli matrices. X gate
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Pauli matrices. X gate
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Y gate
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Y gate
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Z gate
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Z gate

3D representation of a qubit state

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Bloch sphere - part 1
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Bloch sphere - part 1
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Bloch sphere - part 2
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Bloch sphere - part 2

Interacitions between qubits

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CNOT
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CNOT
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Quantum entanglement
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Quantum entanglement
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Bell state
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Swap operation
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No-cloning theorem

Python for quantum computing

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Why Qiskit?
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Colab for researchers
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How to code using Jupyter Notebook
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Write a program using Qiskit
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Bell state in Qiskit
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