Eamonn Darcy Founder/Operator of QUECWA -The Quantum Education Centre of West Australia introduces us to the realm of quantum physics and a FREE 10 Episode -Crash Course in Quantum Computing Series. (QUECWA YouTube Channel Subscribers Only) Each episode is exactly… Read More »A Crash Course in Quantum Computing
Dr. Talia Gershon, a materials scientist by training, came to IBM Research in 2012. After 4.5 years of developing next-generation solar cell materials, she got inspired to learn about quantum computing because it might enable all kinds of discoveries (including… Read More »A Beginner’s Guide To Quantum Computing
In this video, learn your First Single Qubit Gate – Hadamard Gate. The video covers theory, mathematical aspects, and Visualization with Quantum Glasses.
This short video on Quantum Computing gives you an overview of the underlying technology of Quantum Computing as well as it will help you understand how it is different from other classic computers and Supercomputers.
IBM has created the world’s largest superconducting quantum computer, surpassing the size of state of the art machines from Google and Chinese researchers. Previous devices have demonstrated up to 60 superconducting qubits working together to solve problems, but IBM’s new… Read More »IBM creates largest ever superconducting quantum computer
Here’ is a great (and free) course covering quantum mechanics. Quantum physics also known as Quantum mechanics is a fundamental theory in physics that provides a description of the physical properties of nature at the scale of atoms and subatomic… Read More »Quantum Physics Full Course
Building quantum technology requires a lot of people with different backgrounds (physicists, electrical engineers, computer scientists, software engineers, chemists, …) and it can be overwhelming to consider a career in quantum science and information. By watching this series of panels… Read More »How to Join the Quantum Workforce?
This video looks at two recent papers released by the University of Science Technology China group showing quantum supremacy in a superconducting qubit quantum computer and a Gaussian boson sampling experiment.
The OpenSuperQ project is building a quantum computer based on superconducting integrated circuits, large enough to outperform classical computers in some tasks. The project, which gathers 10 international partners from academia and industry, is part of the European Flagship’s quantum… Read More »Building an Open Superconducting Quantum Computer