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Playing with a Quantum Computer: teaching approach

Teaching material, Games, Publication We show a direct and straightforward way to use quantum computers in an introductory course on quantum physics. We use an algorithm that solves a simple and easily understandable problem while providing a quantum advantage. The algorithm we propose is a simple game (Quantum Penny Flip) in which the use of quantum physics offers a winning advantage.
Braunschweig Technical University Braunschweig Germany
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Structures nucléaires

Book Through classical physics, we propose a new atomic model, consisting of a set of nuclear structures explaining quantum numbers, chemical links and physical wave. This theory brings a new vision of quantum, optical, and semi-conduction phenomena. It can help innovation in the field of decarbonized energies, optics and chemistry.
WARNERY VILLEMER France
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Quantenkoffer physics science kit - Introduction

Videos The Quantenkoffer is a quantum physics science kit for a multitude of experiments from 100 years of quantum optics.The key feature is its flexibility with regard to generation and detection of visible laser light, single photons and even entangled pairs. Its optical elements, mechanical components and digital circuits are integrated in order to cover a range of experiments and topics of quantum physics as wide as possible.This short video shows an intruduction to the science kit.
qutools GmbH Munich Germany
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Quantum Computing: from foundations to state-of-the-art of the hardware platforms

Live Webinar This is the first of two webinars which target anyone interested in learning about quantum computing: from foundations and hardware platforms, to quantum computing applications. Whether you are an business executive, a researcher or an IT professional, follow us in this journey through quantum computing.
IBM Research Zurich Zurich Switzerland
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