In this episode, Frank and Andy speak with Lynn Langit and her journey from developer to quantum developer. This episode is entitled “Developing for Quantum Computing” and is rated three Schroedingers, but don’t let that scare you off. Links GitHub… Read More »Lynn Langit on Quantum Computing for Software Engineers
In this session, Alex Condello, Manager of Applications Development Technology and Tools at D-Wave, will talk about the growing quantum application development ecosystem and how developers can start learning to code on a quantum computer today. Alex will also explore… Read More »Practical Quantum Computing Today
Efficient verification and description of quantum devices are critical for emerging technological applications. Digital quantum computing and condensed matter physics approach these challenges from different directions, yet at the same time there is a wealth of physical models that emerge… Read More »Quantum Big Data: Where Condensed Matter meets Quantum Computing
This video explores one of the logic gates found only in quantum computers: the Hadamard gate. The video below covers the following: How to create superposition using Hadamard Gate. Matrix representation of Hadamard Gate. Reversibility of Hadamard Gate
This workshop will provide a crash-and-burn course in quantum computing and an introduction to Q#, Microsoft’s programming language for expressing quantum algorithms. You’ll practice writing and simulating a basic quantum program, and discuss how this technology applies to you! RICHARD… Read More »Quantum Computing from a Software Perspective
Entanglement is not limited to just two qubits. Learn how to generate GHZ states, or large-scale entanglement, using the GHZ circuit. We will also discuss the concept of maximal entanglement.
Here’s a great article on simulating quantum circuits on AWS’ Braket service. To understand the convergence and scaling behavior of these algorithms, researchers want to push their experiments to larger and larger qubit numbers. This has two implications. On the… Read More »Simulating Quantum Circuits with Amazon Braket
Hear the story of Shor’s Algorithm, straight from the source, Peter Shor. Though Shor’s Algorithm is widely known, the story of how it was discovered isn’t. Speaking from MIT at the 40th Anniversary of the Physics of Computation Conference, Peter… Read More »The Story of Shor’s Algorithm, Straight From Peter Shor