European Quantum Computing Applications Community - LinkedIn Group
The aim of this LinkedIn group is to become one of the main communication channels for researchers and enthusiasts across Europe working or simply interested in the field of quantum computing applications.
This video series starts at learning how to install Qiskit ( open-source framework for working with quantum computers at the level of circuits, pulses, and algorithms) locally, understanding what gates to do quantum states and explores quantum algorithms and the latest research topics.
Quantum Computing: from foundations to state-of-the-art of the hardware platforms
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.
Quantencomputing Kompakt - Spukhafte Fernwirkung und Teleportation endlich verständlich
The book illustrates 1.) (Idealized) Experiments to prove entanglement and "spooky action at a distance";2. ) The quantum algorithm for teleportation.It uses a new method for illustrating the algorithm not in 8-dimensionals space, but using the 8 corners of a cube, which. It does not require more than basic knowledge in mathematics, and does not require knowlege in physics.
Molecule Interferometry in a Simulated Interactive Research Experiment
Simulated Interactive Research Experiment
This site hosts 2 Simulated Interactive Research Experiments: a) Molecule diffraction at a nanomechanical grating, b) Molecule interferometry in a KDTL/LUMI interferometer. Both are currently unique systems, built and operated by the Quantum Nanophysics Group at the University of Vienna to demonstrate and exploit the wave-particle duality of complex things. To make these experiments available to the widest possible audience, these experiments were reproduced in a photo-realistic 3D virtual version, which can be manipulated in the same ways that you would manipulate the real-world experiment. All data and measurements that one can do simulate very closely real-world data, based on physically realistic models.
University of Vienna, Quantum Nanophysics Group