Quantum Computing 101

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You can find all pages on the left side of the page. However, we recommend to follow the curriculum in a linear fashion.

Our modules are exploratory in nature. Thus, you will actively experience the different ideas of quantum computing, its algorithms and its applications.

Authors: Stefan Seegerer & Mikio Nakahara, IQM Quantum Computers. Some activities are based on work from Stefan Seegerer, Ralf Romeike, Tilman Michaeli, and Andreas Woitzik (MIT licenced) using the awesome Q.js from Steward Smith (MIT licenced). The bloch sphere animation is based on work from Roope Salmi (MIT licenced).

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