FDD3335 Quantum Computing 6.0 credits


The purpose of this course is to give a concise introduction
to the theory of quantum computation. We will be in particular
concerned with the algorithmic aspects of the theory, but topics
such as quantum computational complexity, classical simulation of
quantum circuits and exotic models of quantum computation will
also be addressed.
The expected audience for the course will be master and PhD students
in computer science, mathematics or physics, but in principle anybody
with enough curiosity will be more than welcome. The main prerequisite
for the course is a good knowledge of linear algebra.

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Johan Håstad

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EECS/Theoretical Computer Science

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Third cycle

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Mateus De Oliveira Oliveira, e-post: mdeoliv@kth.se

Postgraduate course

Postgraduate courses at EECS/Theoretical Computer Science