The creation of a quantum computer is one of the overarching challenges of our times. A quantum computer will open before humanity the solution of many fundamental and applied problems. Scientific groups and IT giants have created prototypes of quantum computers. Today, these devices have limited power, which is not enough even to compete with classic computers. However, modern scientific advances are rapidly approaching the moment of creating a universal working prototype of a quantum computer. Such importance of the quantum computer, as well as its rapid development, allows claiming that any scientist needs to understand the principles of operation and the structure of this device.
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Saint Petersburg State University
Санкт-Петербургский государственный университет (СПбГУ) — старейший вуз России, основанный в 1724 году. Университет сегодня — научный, образовательный и культурный центр мирового значения, неизменно входящий во все международные рейтинги вузов. В номинации взаимодействие с работодателями QS Graduate Employability 2018 СПбГУ занимает 20 место среди 400 ведущих вузов мира и является лучшим в России.
About the Quantum Computing: from Basics to the Cutting Edge Specialization
This specialization will open the door to the world of quantum technology. You will learn about the principles of quantum computing and how to bring these principles to life. The specialization is created by two scientific groups - physicists and mathematicians, so you can look at quantum computing from different angles. Despite the fact that in different courses the same issues are discussed, they are considered from different positions and with varying degrees of depth in the details. We hope that as you follow this path of progressive immersion, you will feel like a real expert in the subject of quantum computing.
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