The Introduction to Quantum Computing

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Taught by
Сысоев Сергей Сергеевич
кандидат физико-математических наук
and 11 more instructors

Offered by
Saint Petersburg State University

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r/QuantumComputing • comment
1 points • Kohomologia

I got my first ideas here:

r/QuantumComputing • comment
1 points • bluelite

I'm taking the Coursera course on Quantum Computing right now. It's all lecture-based--no actual hands-on programming. But the mathematical background is good. One unexpected surprise: the prof shows how to construct a simple 2-qubit quantum computer using only optical components.

r/QuantumComputing • comment
1 points • TheGlossyDiplodocus

During this course the lecturer shows his design of a two-qubit quantum computer using some optics. Then he implements some simple algorithm on that. The access is free, so you can find it there, but I don't remember now in which part it was shown.