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Introduction to Quantum Computing and Communication
A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Bevezetés a kvantum-informatikába és kommunikációba
Last updated: 2021. április 1.
Dr. Sándor Imre
mechanics-based algorithms and protocols can play an important role in our
nowadays used technical solutions. Quantum computing and quantum communications
is no longer belongs to the world of scientific laboratories since more and
more products are offered by different companies in the market. This
course gives an overview on different areas of quantum computing and communication
including qubits, quantum registers, quantum gates and different quantum
algorithms (Grover, Deutsch-Jozsa, Shor, etc.) and protocols (including quantum
teleportation and quantum key distribution).
Week 1: Introduction
Motivation of quantum computing. Moore's law and
quantum mechanics. Application possibilities of quantum computing. Quantum
Week 2: Basics of quantum computing
Hilbert space and quantum mechanics. Notation.
Complex probability amplitudes. Postulates of quantum mechanics.
Week 3: Quantum bit, quantum register
Quantum bit and quantum register. Superposition.
Representation with the Bloch sphere. Elementary quantum gates and their
Week 4: Entanglement
Entanglement and its effects. Entanglement with
Week 5: Basics of quantum computing (2)
Measurement: connection between quantum and
classical world. Measurement techniques. Projective measurement. POVM.
Connection between the measurements.
Week 6: Basics of quantum computing (3)
General description of quantum interferometer.
No Cloning Theorem. Creating unitary quantum bit using elementary quantum gates
Week 7: Early quantum protocols
Superdense coding. Quantum teleportation
Week 8: Quantum parallelism
Basics of quantum parallelism. Deustch-Jozsa
Week 9: Quantum parallelism (2)
Simon's algoritmus. Application of quantum
Week 10: Quantum solutions of infocommunications
Quantum cryptography and quantum key
distribution. BB84 protocol. B92 protocol.
Week 11: Application of quantum cryptography
Overview of fiber based quantum key distribution
systems. Application of quantum communications in space communication.
Week 12: Quantum solutions of infocommunications
Efficient searching in an unsorted database.
Week 13: Quantum solutions of infocommunications
Prim factorization, order finding, Shor's
Week 14: Quantum computers: state of the art
State of art of quantum computers: photons,
electron spins, atoms. Existing architecture and current research directions.
The English course is offered as an online course:- Lectures are available as video recordings (access details will be provided).- Concerning the laboratory exercise (single occasion, see Week 4 in course program) there are two options Option 1 Online (remote) laboratory exercise, instructor's support in on demand. Option 2 In person laboratory (lab is at the department) for those who would like to attend in person, registration is required in advance.- 3 online classroom tests are organized online in dedicated time slots according to the course time-table (30 minutes at the beginning of the specified schedule) 1st test on week 5, 2nd test on week 9, 3rd test on week 14.
the requirements of 1 homework project and 3 short classroom tests.
grade is calculated as follows: result of 1 homework project (40 percent) and
results of 3 short classroom tests (20 percent each).
classroom tests cannot be repeated. Homework project can be submitted later
until the supplement week according to the related university regulations.
Ad hoc meetings with the lecturer.
Slides are available on the course web site with further
S. Imre, F. Balázs: Quantum Computing and Communications -
An Engineering Approach, Published by John Wiley and Sons Ltd, The Atrium,
Southern Gate, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 8SQ, England, 2005, ISBN
0-470-86902-X, 283 oldal (néhány példányban kölcsönözhető).
Dr. László Bacsárdi