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Quantum Computers New Generation of Computers part 6 by Prof Lili Saghafi

Qubits Out Of Diamonds
Quantum Entanglement
What Future Leads
Blind Quantum Computing
Teleportation For Error Correction
Could The Universe Be A Giant Quantum Computer?
Gamma-ray Shaping Could Lead To 'Nuclear' Quantum Computers
Research Areas
ALGORITHMS
Quantum Metrology
Quantum Noise
Potential Applications & Nasa
What questions we should ask from Quantum Computers ???

Quantum computing COMPLETE LECTURE

THIS IS DONE BY S.MALAIAPPAN SRIKANTH . THIS PPT IS VERY USEFUL TO THE USER IN LEARNING THE BASICS , TYPES , & EVERYTHING IN IT. SO, PLEASE TRY IT.

QuantumComputersPresentation

This document summarizes quantum computing. It begins with an introduction explaining the differences between classical and quantum bits, with qubits being able to exist in superpositions of states. The history of quantum computing is discussed, including early explorations in the 1970s-80s and Peter Shor's breakthrough in 1994. D-Wave Systems is mentioned as the first company to develop a quantum computer in 2011. The scope, architecture, working principles, advantages and applications of quantum computing are then outlined at a high level. The document concludes by discussing the growing field of quantum computing research and applications.

quantum computing and Quantum Communications

Quantum computing and quantum communications utilize principles of quantum mechanics such as superposition and entanglement to process and transmit information in novel ways. Current research is exploring how to build reliable quantum computers and networks using technologies like ion traps, quantum dots, and optical methods. While still in early stages, quantum information science shows promise for solving computationally difficult problems in fields such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and drug discovery. Pioneering work by groups like D-Wave, IBM, and China are helping advance our understanding of how to harness quantum effects for powerful new computing and communication applications.

Quantum computers, quantum key distribution, quantum networks

This both is, and is simultaneously not an undergraduate senior research project on emerging quantum technologies. Go ask Alice.

Quantum Computing in Finance

This document discusses the history and future of quantum computing. It begins with a brief history of quantum computing from the early 1900s work of Planck, Heisenberg, Schrodinger and Einstein establishing quantum theory. It then discusses key developments like Feynman's proposal of a quantum computer in 1981 and Shor's algorithm in 1994. The document notes the first simple quantum computations in the late 1990s and D-Wave's first commercial 28-bit quantum computer in 2007. It explains how quantum computers use superposition and parallelism differently than classical computers. While quantum computers may be useful for some problems like optimization, dynamic portfolio management and trading strategy research, their advantages are still being explored. The document concludes that while quantum

Quantum Computing and its security implications

Quantum computers work with qubits that can exist in superposition and be entangled. They have enormous computational power compared to digital computers and could solve problems like prime factorization rapidly. This poses risks to current encryption methods and allows for perfectly secure quantum communication. Several types of quantum computers are being developed, from quantum annealers to analog and universal models, with the latter offering exponential speedups but being the hardest to build. Significant progress is being made, with quantum computers in the tens of qubits now and the need to transition encryption to post-quantum algorithms within the next decade.

Schaffner Quantum Computing and Cryptography.pptx

Christian Schaffner gave a presentation on quantum computing and cryptography. He explained key concepts of quantum physics like superposition and interference. He demonstrated how quantum computers can solve problems exponentially faster than classical computers by exploiting superposition. One such problem is integer factorization, which would break widely used public-key cryptography like RSA. Researchers are working to develop "post-quantum" cryptography secure against quantum attacks. Governments and businesses are investing billions to develop quantum technologies with applications in simulation, communication, and cryptography before quantum computers are powerful enough to break current security standards.

Quantum Computers New Generation of Computers part 6 by Prof Lili Saghafi

Qubits Out Of Diamonds
Quantum Entanglement
What Future Leads
Blind Quantum Computing
Teleportation For Error Correction
Could The Universe Be A Giant Quantum Computer?
Gamma-ray Shaping Could Lead To 'Nuclear' Quantum Computers
Research Areas
ALGORITHMS
Quantum Metrology
Quantum Noise
Potential Applications & Nasa
What questions we should ask from Quantum Computers ???

Quantum computing COMPLETE LECTURE

THIS IS DONE BY S.MALAIAPPAN SRIKANTH . THIS PPT IS VERY USEFUL TO THE USER IN LEARNING THE BASICS , TYPES , & EVERYTHING IN IT. SO, PLEASE TRY IT.

QuantumComputersPresentation

This document summarizes quantum computing. It begins with an introduction explaining the differences between classical and quantum bits, with qubits being able to exist in superpositions of states. The history of quantum computing is discussed, including early explorations in the 1970s-80s and Peter Shor's breakthrough in 1994. D-Wave Systems is mentioned as the first company to develop a quantum computer in 2011. The scope, architecture, working principles, advantages and applications of quantum computing are then outlined at a high level. The document concludes by discussing the growing field of quantum computing research and applications.

quantum computing and Quantum Communications

Quantum computing and quantum communications utilize principles of quantum mechanics such as superposition and entanglement to process and transmit information in novel ways. Current research is exploring how to build reliable quantum computers and networks using technologies like ion traps, quantum dots, and optical methods. While still in early stages, quantum information science shows promise for solving computationally difficult problems in fields such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and drug discovery. Pioneering work by groups like D-Wave, IBM, and China are helping advance our understanding of how to harness quantum effects for powerful new computing and communication applications.

Quantum computers, quantum key distribution, quantum networks

This both is, and is simultaneously not an undergraduate senior research project on emerging quantum technologies. Go ask Alice.

Quantum Computing in Finance

This document discusses the history and future of quantum computing. It begins with a brief history of quantum computing from the early 1900s work of Planck, Heisenberg, Schrodinger and Einstein establishing quantum theory. It then discusses key developments like Feynman's proposal of a quantum computer in 1981 and Shor's algorithm in 1994. The document notes the first simple quantum computations in the late 1990s and D-Wave's first commercial 28-bit quantum computer in 2007. It explains how quantum computers use superposition and parallelism differently than classical computers. While quantum computers may be useful for some problems like optimization, dynamic portfolio management and trading strategy research, their advantages are still being explored. The document concludes that while quantum

Quantum Computing and its security implications

Quantum computers work with qubits that can exist in superposition and be entangled. They have enormous computational power compared to digital computers and could solve problems like prime factorization rapidly. This poses risks to current encryption methods and allows for perfectly secure quantum communication. Several types of quantum computers are being developed, from quantum annealers to analog and universal models, with the latter offering exponential speedups but being the hardest to build. Significant progress is being made, with quantum computers in the tens of qubits now and the need to transition encryption to post-quantum algorithms within the next decade.

Schaffner Quantum Computing and Cryptography.pptx

Christian Schaffner gave a presentation on quantum computing and cryptography. He explained key concepts of quantum physics like superposition and interference. He demonstrated how quantum computers can solve problems exponentially faster than classical computers by exploiting superposition. One such problem is integer factorization, which would break widely used public-key cryptography like RSA. Researchers are working to develop "post-quantum" cryptography secure against quantum attacks. Governments and businesses are investing billions to develop quantum technologies with applications in simulation, communication, and cryptography before quantum computers are powerful enough to break current security standards.

Presentation on quantum computers

Quantum computers have the potential to vastly outperform classical computers for certain problems. They make use of quantum bits (qubits) that can exist in superpositions of states and become entangled with each other. This allows quantum computers to perform calculations on all possible combinations of inputs simultaneously. However, building large-scale quantum computers faces challenges such as maintaining quantum coherence long enough to perform useful computations. Researchers are working to develop quantum algorithms and overcome issues like decoherence. If successful, quantum computers could solve problems in domains like cryptography, simulation, and machine learning that are intractable for classical computers.

Introduction_to_Quantum_Computers.pdf

A quantum computer uses quantum mechanics principles like superposition and entanglement to perform massively parallel computations. The basic unit of information in a quantum computer is called a qubit, which can exist in superpositions of states unlike classical bits. The document discusses the history and development of quantum computing, basic quantum mechanics concepts, how quantum computers work and their potential applications in optimization, simulation and communication. It also provides an overview of the speaker's background and agenda for the workshop on introducing quantum computing basics.

Introduction to Quantum Computer

This slide starts from a basic explanation between Bit and Qubit. It then follows with a brief history behind Quantum Computer, current trends, and update with concerns to make the quantum computer practically useful.

What is a quantum computerA quantum computer harnesses some of th.docx

What is a quantum computer?A quantum computer harnesses some of the almost-mystical phenomena of quantum mechanics to deliver huge leaps forward in processing power. Quantum machines promise to outstrip even the most capable of today’s—and tomorrow’s—supercomputers.
They won’t wipe out conventional computers, though. Using a classical machine will still be the easiest and most economical solution for tackling most problems. But quantum computers promise to power exciting advances in various fields, from materials science to pharmacuticals research. Companies are already experimenting with them to develop things like lighter and more powerful batteries for electric cars, and to help create novel drugs.
The secret to a quantum computer’s power lies in its ability to generate and manipulate quantum bits, or qubits.
What is entanglement? Researchers can generate pairs of qubits that are “entangled,” which means the two members of a pair exist in a single quantum state. Changing the state of one of the qubits will instantaneously change the state of the other one in a predictable way. This happens even if they are separated by very long distances.
Nobody really knows quite how or why entanglement works. It even baffled Einstein, who famously described it as “spooky action at a distance.” But it’s key to the power of quantum computers. In a conventional computer, doubling the nmber of bits doubles its processing power. But thanks to entanglement, adding extra qubits to a quantum machine produces an exponential increase in its number-crunching ability.
Quantum computers harness entangled qubits in a kind of quantum daisy chain to work their magic. The machines’ ability to speed up calculations using specially designed quantum algorithms is why there’s so much buzz about their potential.
That’s the good news. The bad news is that quantum machines are way more error-prone than classical computers because of decoherence.
What is a qubit? Today's computers use bits—a stream of electrical or optical pulses representing
1s or
0s. Everything from your tweets and e-mails to your iTunes songs and YouTube videos are essentially long strings of these binary digits.
Quantum computers, on the other hand, use qubits, which are typically subatomic particles such as electrons or photons. Generating and managing qubits is a scientific and engineering challenge. Some companies, such as IBM, Google, and Rigetti Computing, use superconducting circuits cooled to temperatures colder than deep space. Others, like IonQ, trap individual atoms in electromagnetic fields on a silicon chip in ultra-high-vacuum chambers. In both cases, the goal is to isolate the qubits in a controlled quantum state.
Qubits have some quirky quantum properties that mean a connected group of them can provide way more processing power than the same number of binary bits. One of those properties is known as superposition and another is c.

Quantum Computing in a Nutshell: Grover's Search and the World of Quantum Com...

[Slides from NoSQL Now! 2013 Lightning Talks]
Ever wonder about quantum computing? With the recent announcement of the first commercial deployment off a quantum computing device, we’ve now crossed the barrier between theory and practice. This just-for-fun talk will provide some insight into quantum computing and related topics.

PW-QC

Quantum computers use principles of quantum mechanics to perform operations on quantum bits (qubits) that can represent a one, zero, or superposition of both. Traditional computers use bits that are only ones or zeros. This document discusses the history of quantum computing from Feynman's ideas in 1959 to current research by companies like D-Wave and Google. It explains how qubits can be in multiple states at once, allowing quantum computers to solve certain problems much faster than classical computers. The technology is rapidly advancing but challenges remain in scaling to larger numbers of qubits and developing useful algorithms.

Quantum Computing and Blockchain: Facts and Myths

The biggest danger to Blockchain networks from quantum computing is its ability to break traditional encryption . Google sent shock waves around the internet when it was claimed, had built a quantum computer able to solve formerly impossible mathematical calculations–with some fearing crypto industry could be at risk . Google states that its experiment is the first experimental challenge against the extended Church-Turing thesis — also known as computability thesis — which claims that traditional computers can effectively carry out any “reasonable” model of computation

Quantum computers

Quantum computing description in short. History about quantum computers. Hero's of quantum computers,. introductions abstract what are quantum computers

Quantum Computing and AI

Quantum computers are designed to perform tasks much more accurately and efficiently than conventional computers, providing developers with a new tool for specific applications.
It is clear in the short-term that quantum computers will not replace their traditional counterparts; instead, they will require classical computers to support their specialized abilities, such as systems optimization.

MDR Quantum Computing Library Blueqat Description in Innovfest Unbound 2019

Quantum computing is an emerging technology that uses quantum mechanics to perform calculations exponentially faster than classical computers for certain problems. MDRFT is a full-stack quantum computing company that develops quantum hardware, simulators, middleware, and applications. Their Blueqat library aims to make quantum computer programming easy and productive for everyone by reducing code length and simplifying syntax. MDRFT provides full-stack quantum computing services including simulator development, hardware R&D, and applications in domains like optimization, machine learning, chemistry and cryptography.

Big data comes in small packages v1.2

Keynote presentation for NoSQL Now! 2014 conference.
* Why there will be Internet of Things as commonly conceived
* The IoT as a Big Data problem
* The rise of Big Metadata
* Imagining the Internet of Light Bulbs
* Systems Thinking and Light Bulb Architecture
* The 'WItnesses' Principle
* Security and Privacy with the IoT
* A Species and its Data

A brief presentation on qunatum computing system & the material science r...

A brief presentation on qunatum computing system & the material science r...Sakibul Islam Sazzad

This presentation is made for a undergraduate course titled "Electrical Properties of Materials" by students of SUST EEE .
Acknowledgement:
wikipedia.org
google.comThe Future of Quantum Computing

A Chinese team of researchers has recently unveiled the world’s most powerful quantum computer – capable of manipulating 66 qubits of data. At the same time, a team at Cambridge University in the UK has created a quantum computing desktop operating system – which could be as significant a step at bringing quantum capabilities into the mainstream as Microsoft’s development of MS-DOS and Windows was for classical desktop computing.

What is a quantum computer

this told about how computing improve and what happens to the classical computer that changes to quantum computer

Quantum computing

Quantum computing is a new approach to computation based on quantum theory that explains energy and matter at the atomic and subatomic level. Quantum computers use quantum bits (qubits) that can represent both 1s and 0s simultaneously, allowing them to solve certain problems like algorithms much faster than classical computers. Techniques for quantum computing include ion traps, resonant cavities, and quantum dots. While digital computers use transistors and binary digits, quantum computers use quantum mechanical phenomena and qubits. Developing quantum computing may help solve problems in areas like national security, business, and the environment. Researchers are working to build functional quantum computers and networks that could power new technologies like artificial intelligence.

AdS Biology and Quantum Information Science

Quantum Information Science is a fast-growing discipline advancing many areas of science such as cryptography, chemistry, finance, space science, and biology. In particular AdS/Biology, an interpretation of the AdS/CFT correspondence in biological systems, is showing promise in new biophysical mathematical models of topology (Chern-Simons (solvable QFT), knotting, and compaction). For example, one model of neurodegenerative disease takes a topological view of protein buildup (AB plaques and tau tangles in Alzheimer’s disease, alpha-synuclein in Parkinson’s disease, TDP-43 in ALS). AdS/Neuroscience methods are implicated in integrating multiscalar systems with different bulk-boundary space-time regimes (e.g. oncology tumors, fMRI + EEG imaging), entanglement (correlation) renormalization across scales (MERA, random tensor networks, melonic diagrams), entropy (possible system states), entanglement entropy (interrelated fluctuations and correlations across system tiers), and non-ergodicity (implied efficiency mechanisms since biology does not cycle through all possible configurations per temperature (thermotaxis), chemotaxis, and energy cues); Maxwell’s demon of biology (partition functions), conservation across system scales (biophysical gauge symmetry (system-wide conserved quantity)), and the presence of codes (DNA, codons, neural codes). A multiscalar AdS/CFT correspondence is mobilized in 4-tier ecosystem models (light-plankton-krill-whale and ion-synapse-neuron-network (AdS/Brain)).

The $5 Million Question: How Can We Make Quantum Computing Useful?

Google has recently announced a $5 million dollar, 3-year competition to develop quantum algorithms that can solve real-world problems. At GDSC UoL we explored realm of quantum computing and its potential with Petar Korponaić.

Quantum Computation: An Overview

1. The document provides an overview of quantum computation, discussing its history and advantages over classical computing.
2. Quantum computers can perform certain tasks like factoring large numbers and simulating quantum systems much faster than classical computers by taking advantage of quantum mechanics principles like superposition and parallelism.
3. One of the major advantages is that a quantum computer with just a few hundred qubits could theoretically operate on more states simultaneously than there are atoms in the observable universe, massively increasing its computational power over classical computers.

Quantum Computers New Generation of Computers Part 8 Quantum Error Correction...

Quantum Computers New Generation of Computers Part 8 Quantum Error Correction...Professor Lili Saghafi

One of the biggest hurdles faced by quantum computing researchers is called decoherence — the tendency of quantum systems to be disturbed.
This vulnerability to noise leads to errors, which can be overcome by quantum error correction.
Because error correction techniques are themselves susceptible to noise, it is crucial to develop fault-tolerant correction.
In this part we will talk about:
• Decoherence
• Fault-Tolerant Correction
• Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
• Quantum Error Correction
• Future Quantum Internet
• Quantum Networkers
• Silicon Semiconductors Limits
• Diamond-Driven Technology
• Diamond Crystals
• Interference
• Niobium
• What Is Graphene
• Scanning Tunneling Microscope
• Weyl Fermion
• Massless Particle Known As A Weyl Fermion
• Quasiparticle
• “Middle Man” Nuclei
• Hyperfine Interaction
• Computing Power Of A Huge Number Of Parallel Universes
• Many-Worlds Interpretation (Mwi)
• Quantum Computing PowerQuantum Computing in Cloud

Quantum computing in the cloud allows users to access quantum processors and run algorithms through online platforms. IBM and Alibaba currently offer cloud-based quantum computing, providing access to 5-qubit, 16-qubit, and 11-qubit quantum processors. Potential applications of quantum computing in the cloud include solving problems in medicine, logistics, finance, and AI. While it poses security threats, quantum computing could also speed up complex calculations and simulations to provide benefits across many fields.

Google aims to relaunch the Gemini AI image tool in a Few Weeks

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Unlock the future of AI/ML services with our insights into the 9 key trends shaping 2024. From advanced neural networks to ethical AI practices, stay ahead with cutting-edge innovations. Discover how Mooglelabs is revolutionizing AI/ML services to drive efficiency, enhance customer experiences, and propel businesses into the future.

Presentation on quantum computers

Quantum computers have the potential to vastly outperform classical computers for certain problems. They make use of quantum bits (qubits) that can exist in superpositions of states and become entangled with each other. This allows quantum computers to perform calculations on all possible combinations of inputs simultaneously. However, building large-scale quantum computers faces challenges such as maintaining quantum coherence long enough to perform useful computations. Researchers are working to develop quantum algorithms and overcome issues like decoherence. If successful, quantum computers could solve problems in domains like cryptography, simulation, and machine learning that are intractable for classical computers.

Introduction_to_Quantum_Computers.pdf

A quantum computer uses quantum mechanics principles like superposition and entanglement to perform massively parallel computations. The basic unit of information in a quantum computer is called a qubit, which can exist in superpositions of states unlike classical bits. The document discusses the history and development of quantum computing, basic quantum mechanics concepts, how quantum computers work and their potential applications in optimization, simulation and communication. It also provides an overview of the speaker's background and agenda for the workshop on introducing quantum computing basics.

Introduction to Quantum Computer

This slide starts from a basic explanation between Bit and Qubit. It then follows with a brief history behind Quantum Computer, current trends, and update with concerns to make the quantum computer practically useful.

What is a quantum computerA quantum computer harnesses some of th.docx

What is a quantum computer?A quantum computer harnesses some of the almost-mystical phenomena of quantum mechanics to deliver huge leaps forward in processing power. Quantum machines promise to outstrip even the most capable of today’s—and tomorrow’s—supercomputers.
They won’t wipe out conventional computers, though. Using a classical machine will still be the easiest and most economical solution for tackling most problems. But quantum computers promise to power exciting advances in various fields, from materials science to pharmacuticals research. Companies are already experimenting with them to develop things like lighter and more powerful batteries for electric cars, and to help create novel drugs.
The secret to a quantum computer’s power lies in its ability to generate and manipulate quantum bits, or qubits.
What is entanglement? Researchers can generate pairs of qubits that are “entangled,” which means the two members of a pair exist in a single quantum state. Changing the state of one of the qubits will instantaneously change the state of the other one in a predictable way. This happens even if they are separated by very long distances.
Nobody really knows quite how or why entanglement works. It even baffled Einstein, who famously described it as “spooky action at a distance.” But it’s key to the power of quantum computers. In a conventional computer, doubling the nmber of bits doubles its processing power. But thanks to entanglement, adding extra qubits to a quantum machine produces an exponential increase in its number-crunching ability.
Quantum computers harness entangled qubits in a kind of quantum daisy chain to work their magic. The machines’ ability to speed up calculations using specially designed quantum algorithms is why there’s so much buzz about their potential.
That’s the good news. The bad news is that quantum machines are way more error-prone than classical computers because of decoherence.
What is a qubit? Today's computers use bits—a stream of electrical or optical pulses representing
1s or
0s. Everything from your tweets and e-mails to your iTunes songs and YouTube videos are essentially long strings of these binary digits.
Quantum computers, on the other hand, use qubits, which are typically subatomic particles such as electrons or photons. Generating and managing qubits is a scientific and engineering challenge. Some companies, such as IBM, Google, and Rigetti Computing, use superconducting circuits cooled to temperatures colder than deep space. Others, like IonQ, trap individual atoms in electromagnetic fields on a silicon chip in ultra-high-vacuum chambers. In both cases, the goal is to isolate the qubits in a controlled quantum state.
Qubits have some quirky quantum properties that mean a connected group of them can provide way more processing power than the same number of binary bits. One of those properties is known as superposition and another is c.

Quantum Computing in a Nutshell: Grover's Search and the World of Quantum Com...

[Slides from NoSQL Now! 2013 Lightning Talks]
Ever wonder about quantum computing? With the recent announcement of the first commercial deployment off a quantum computing device, we’ve now crossed the barrier between theory and practice. This just-for-fun talk will provide some insight into quantum computing and related topics.

PW-QC

Quantum computers use principles of quantum mechanics to perform operations on quantum bits (qubits) that can represent a one, zero, or superposition of both. Traditional computers use bits that are only ones or zeros. This document discusses the history of quantum computing from Feynman's ideas in 1959 to current research by companies like D-Wave and Google. It explains how qubits can be in multiple states at once, allowing quantum computers to solve certain problems much faster than classical computers. The technology is rapidly advancing but challenges remain in scaling to larger numbers of qubits and developing useful algorithms.

Quantum Computing and Blockchain: Facts and Myths

The biggest danger to Blockchain networks from quantum computing is its ability to break traditional encryption . Google sent shock waves around the internet when it was claimed, had built a quantum computer able to solve formerly impossible mathematical calculations–with some fearing crypto industry could be at risk . Google states that its experiment is the first experimental challenge against the extended Church-Turing thesis — also known as computability thesis — which claims that traditional computers can effectively carry out any “reasonable” model of computation

Quantum computers

Quantum computing description in short. History about quantum computers. Hero's of quantum computers,. introductions abstract what are quantum computers

Quantum Computing and AI

Quantum computers are designed to perform tasks much more accurately and efficiently than conventional computers, providing developers with a new tool for specific applications.
It is clear in the short-term that quantum computers will not replace their traditional counterparts; instead, they will require classical computers to support their specialized abilities, such as systems optimization.

MDR Quantum Computing Library Blueqat Description in Innovfest Unbound 2019

Quantum computing is an emerging technology that uses quantum mechanics to perform calculations exponentially faster than classical computers for certain problems. MDRFT is a full-stack quantum computing company that develops quantum hardware, simulators, middleware, and applications. Their Blueqat library aims to make quantum computer programming easy and productive for everyone by reducing code length and simplifying syntax. MDRFT provides full-stack quantum computing services including simulator development, hardware R&D, and applications in domains like optimization, machine learning, chemistry and cryptography.

Big data comes in small packages v1.2

Keynote presentation for NoSQL Now! 2014 conference.
* Why there will be Internet of Things as commonly conceived
* The IoT as a Big Data problem
* The rise of Big Metadata
* Imagining the Internet of Light Bulbs
* Systems Thinking and Light Bulb Architecture
* The 'WItnesses' Principle
* Security and Privacy with the IoT
* A Species and its Data

A brief presentation on qunatum computing system & the material science r...

A brief presentation on qunatum computing system & the material science r...Sakibul Islam Sazzad

This presentation is made for a undergraduate course titled "Electrical Properties of Materials" by students of SUST EEE .
Acknowledgement:
wikipedia.org
google.comThe Future of Quantum Computing

A Chinese team of researchers has recently unveiled the world’s most powerful quantum computer – capable of manipulating 66 qubits of data. At the same time, a team at Cambridge University in the UK has created a quantum computing desktop operating system – which could be as significant a step at bringing quantum capabilities into the mainstream as Microsoft’s development of MS-DOS and Windows was for classical desktop computing.

What is a quantum computer

this told about how computing improve and what happens to the classical computer that changes to quantum computer

Quantum computing

Quantum computing is a new approach to computation based on quantum theory that explains energy and matter at the atomic and subatomic level. Quantum computers use quantum bits (qubits) that can represent both 1s and 0s simultaneously, allowing them to solve certain problems like algorithms much faster than classical computers. Techniques for quantum computing include ion traps, resonant cavities, and quantum dots. While digital computers use transistors and binary digits, quantum computers use quantum mechanical phenomena and qubits. Developing quantum computing may help solve problems in areas like national security, business, and the environment. Researchers are working to build functional quantum computers and networks that could power new technologies like artificial intelligence.

AdS Biology and Quantum Information Science

Quantum Information Science is a fast-growing discipline advancing many areas of science such as cryptography, chemistry, finance, space science, and biology. In particular AdS/Biology, an interpretation of the AdS/CFT correspondence in biological systems, is showing promise in new biophysical mathematical models of topology (Chern-Simons (solvable QFT), knotting, and compaction). For example, one model of neurodegenerative disease takes a topological view of protein buildup (AB plaques and tau tangles in Alzheimer’s disease, alpha-synuclein in Parkinson’s disease, TDP-43 in ALS). AdS/Neuroscience methods are implicated in integrating multiscalar systems with different bulk-boundary space-time regimes (e.g. oncology tumors, fMRI + EEG imaging), entanglement (correlation) renormalization across scales (MERA, random tensor networks, melonic diagrams), entropy (possible system states), entanglement entropy (interrelated fluctuations and correlations across system tiers), and non-ergodicity (implied efficiency mechanisms since biology does not cycle through all possible configurations per temperature (thermotaxis), chemotaxis, and energy cues); Maxwell’s demon of biology (partition functions), conservation across system scales (biophysical gauge symmetry (system-wide conserved quantity)), and the presence of codes (DNA, codons, neural codes). A multiscalar AdS/CFT correspondence is mobilized in 4-tier ecosystem models (light-plankton-krill-whale and ion-synapse-neuron-network (AdS/Brain)).

The $5 Million Question: How Can We Make Quantum Computing Useful?

Google has recently announced a $5 million dollar, 3-year competition to develop quantum algorithms that can solve real-world problems. At GDSC UoL we explored realm of quantum computing and its potential with Petar Korponaić.

Quantum Computation: An Overview

1. The document provides an overview of quantum computation, discussing its history and advantages over classical computing.
2. Quantum computers can perform certain tasks like factoring large numbers and simulating quantum systems much faster than classical computers by taking advantage of quantum mechanics principles like superposition and parallelism.
3. One of the major advantages is that a quantum computer with just a few hundred qubits could theoretically operate on more states simultaneously than there are atoms in the observable universe, massively increasing its computational power over classical computers.

Quantum Computers New Generation of Computers Part 8 Quantum Error Correction...

Quantum Computers New Generation of Computers Part 8 Quantum Error Correction...Professor Lili Saghafi

One of the biggest hurdles faced by quantum computing researchers is called decoherence — the tendency of quantum systems to be disturbed.
This vulnerability to noise leads to errors, which can be overcome by quantum error correction.
Because error correction techniques are themselves susceptible to noise, it is crucial to develop fault-tolerant correction.
In this part we will talk about:
• Decoherence
• Fault-Tolerant Correction
• Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
• Quantum Error Correction
• Future Quantum Internet
• Quantum Networkers
• Silicon Semiconductors Limits
• Diamond-Driven Technology
• Diamond Crystals
• Interference
• Niobium
• What Is Graphene
• Scanning Tunneling Microscope
• Weyl Fermion
• Massless Particle Known As A Weyl Fermion
• Quasiparticle
• “Middle Man” Nuclei
• Hyperfine Interaction
• Computing Power Of A Huge Number Of Parallel Universes
• Many-Worlds Interpretation (Mwi)
• Quantum Computing PowerQuantum Computing in Cloud

Quantum computing in the cloud allows users to access quantum processors and run algorithms through online platforms. IBM and Alibaba currently offer cloud-based quantum computing, providing access to 5-qubit, 16-qubit, and 11-qubit quantum processors. Potential applications of quantum computing in the cloud include solving problems in medicine, logistics, finance, and AI. While it poses security threats, quantum computing could also speed up complex calculations and simulations to provide benefits across many fields.

Presentation on quantum computers

Presentation on quantum computers

Introduction_to_Quantum_Computers.pdf

Introduction_to_Quantum_Computers.pdf

Introduction to Quantum Computer

Introduction to Quantum Computer

What is a quantum computerA quantum computer harnesses some of th.docx

What is a quantum computerA quantum computer harnesses some of th.docx

Quantum Computing in a Nutshell: Grover's Search and the World of Quantum Com...

Quantum Computing in a Nutshell: Grover's Search and the World of Quantum Com...

PW-QC

PW-QC

Quantum Computing and Blockchain: Facts and Myths

Quantum Computing and Blockchain: Facts and Myths

Quantum computers

Quantum computers

Quantum Computing and AI

Quantum Computing and AI

MDR Quantum Computing Library Blueqat Description in Innovfest Unbound 2019

MDR Quantum Computing Library Blueqat Description in Innovfest Unbound 2019

Big data comes in small packages v1.2

Big data comes in small packages v1.2

A brief presentation on qunatum computing system & the material science r...

A brief presentation on qunatum computing system & the material science r...

The Future of Quantum Computing

The Future of Quantum Computing

What is a quantum computer

What is a quantum computer

Quantum computing

Quantum computing

AdS Biology and Quantum Information Science

AdS Biology and Quantum Information Science

The $5 Million Question: How Can We Make Quantum Computing Useful?

The $5 Million Question: How Can We Make Quantum Computing Useful?

Quantum Computation: An Overview

Quantum Computation: An Overview

Quantum Computers New Generation of Computers Part 8 Quantum Error Correction...

Quantum Computers New Generation of Computers Part 8 Quantum Error Correction...

Quantum Computing in Cloud

Quantum Computing in Cloud

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- 3. “To unlock the secrets of the UNIVERSE one must think in terms of Energy, Frequency & Vibration” Nikola Tesla 12/19/2022 3
- 4. The world from Newton’s glasses (Classical Mechanics) • Proposed by Sir Issac Newton in 1687 in his legendary book ‘Naturalis Principia Mathematica’. • Applicable to ‘Macro’ scopic objects (humans, spaceships, planets, stars). • Highly accurate results for large–scale objects. • Speeds involving way less than the speed of light! • NOT applicable for extremely small particles (electrons). Why? 12/19/2022 4
- 5. The SCALE of physical objects How much do we know? 12/19/2022 5
- 6. Quantum Timeline • End of 19th Century General consensus that all important laws of physics are discovered; remaining work is essentially “housekeeping” • 1920's: Birth of Quantum Mechanics Werner Heisenberg, Max Born, Albert Einstein, Erwin Schrödinger, Niels Bohr... • 1927 Fifth Solvay International Conference on Electrons and Photons • 1940’s Birth of computer science (Alan Turing, Alonzo Church) • 1982 Richard Feynman points out the intrinsic difficulties in making predictions on quantum systems (‘simulating quantum systems”); he suggests that building computers based on quantum mechanics could solve this problem. • 1996 Discovery of a wide class of quantum error-correcting codes (CSS codes) by Robert Calderbank and Peter Shor, and Andrew Steane. • 2001 First quantum factoring (15=3x5) • 2011 D-Wave announces a quantum annealing device, called D- Wave One. This is the first commercially available quantum computing device (but not a universal quantum computer) • 2019 Google announces Quantum Supremacy. 12/19/2022 6
- 7. 12/19/2022 7
- 8. ATOMS and their REPRESENTATION… 12/19/2022 8
- 9. Isn’t it a representation like this? 12/19/2022 9
- 10. But wait – Is it complete? Well ‘NO’ • Why? Elementary particles have ‘Dual Nature’ (thanks to De – Broglie): • Particle • Wave • Important characteristics that must be explained: • Position • Velocity • Energy • Probability Enter the strange world of ‘Quantum Mechanics’ 12/19/2022 10
- 11. So how do atoms ‘REALLY’ look like? 12/19/2022 11
- 12. Classical vs Quantum – A war far from over! PARAMETER CLASSICAL COMPUTING QUANTUM COMPUTING Information storage Classical Bits/ Bits Qubits Possible States 0 OR 1 Infinite (All possible states) |0⟩, |1⟩, ∣ψ⟩=α∣0⟩+β∣1⟩ Order of data processing Sequential Parallel Calculations Deterministic (you know your output) Probabilistic (output is based on probabilities) Operational Capability Room Temperature Ultracold temperatures --- Why?? Error rates Low High Randomness Falsely Random Truly Random 12/19/2022 12
- 13. Bit vs Qubit Maze 12/19/2022 13
- 14. Qubit – The ‘Qu’antum Bit • Fundamental unit that carry Quantum information. • Can be 0, 1 or 0 and 1 at the same time. • Kinds: • Spin • Ions • Photon 12/19/2022 14
- 15. Quantum Superposition • Results from dual nature of matter. • The non – zero probability of an electron to be in more than one distinct state. • So, until when it stays that way? • Until it is measured… 12/19/2022 15
- 16. ALL POSSIBLE STATES AT ONCE!!! Any two (or more) quantum states added together ("superposed") and the result will be another valid Quantum State 12/19/2022 16
- 17. Quantum Decoherence (Inconsistence) Increase in Qubits… Problem! Un – intended and unpredictable change in Qubit’s state by external interference in the system. 12/19/2022 17
- 18. Quantum Entanglement • Measurement of one Qubit shall affect the measurement of other. • Without any Direct Interaction!!! • Property can be observed even if the 2 particles are far apart in space (be it Galaxies apart!) 12/19/2022 18
- 19. How does that happen? • 2 entangled electrons existing in undecided states each hit with a photon. • Resultant is combined into a single wave and interpreted. 12/19/2022 19
- 20. Cartoon Representation of Entanglement! 12/19/2022 20
- 21. Quantum Supremacy • Also known as the Quantum Advantage • Programmable Quantum device that can solve a problem that no classical computer can solve in any feasible amount of time. • Status – Achieved • Year – 2019 • Achieved by ‘Google’ • Specifications: 54 Qubit processor; Name: Sycamore • Time taken by the best supercomputer – 10,000 years! • Target Achieved in 200 seconds! • Reference Paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-1666-5 12/19/2022 21
- 22. “The important thing is NEVER stop questioning! Curiosityhas its own reason for Existence…” Albert Einstein 12/19/2022 22

- Naturalis Principia Mathematica – will talk about Calculus. More specifically: Gradient Descent. Local Minimum. Because electrons move at very high speeds. Credits: https://www.clearias.com/classical-mechanics-vs-quantum-mechanics/
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