Bachelor of Physics (Quantummechanics 1), or equivalent background knowledge of quantum mechanics
Introduction to quantum information processing from a physics perspective; topics include: qubits, Bloch sphere, fidelity, quantum gates (Pauli, Hadamard, Toffoli, CNOT), density matrix, pure vs. mixed states, entanglement, Schmidt decomposition, concurrence, teleportation, Bell states, Bell inequality, no-cloning theorem, quantum key distribution, quantum algorithms (Deutsch-Jozsa, Simon, Grover), quantum error correction
At the end of the course the student should be able to understand the essential aspects of a modern research publication in the field of quantum computation.
For detailed information go to Timetable in Brightspace
Mode of instruction
Written examination, with questions modeled after the exercises from the tutorials. There is a possibility to retake the exam.
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Quantum Information by John Preskill (online lecture notes)
Lecturers Prof.dr.Carlo Beenakker
For additional course information, see https://ilorentz.org/QI/