Basic Concepts in Quantum Mechanics, Conventional and Reversible Computing, Information Theory and Communication. Generalization Of The Term Bit Into Quantum Bit-qubit and The Differences Between Classical and Quantum Bits (no Cloning, Entanglement). Models Of Communication, Computation, Cryptography, Coding, Etc., Consistent With The Principles of Quantum Theory. Quantum Teleportation, Gates, Quantum Computing and Simon and Grover's Quantum Algorithms. Cracking Cryptographic Ciphers and Solving Difficult Problems in Short Time On a Quantum Computer - The Shor Algorithm. Quantum Cryptography and Secure Key Distribution. Implementation Of Qubits For Communiction and Cryptography, and Implementations Of Quantum Computing Devices# a Description of Some Experiments Done Recently in Different. Labs Worldwide. a Brief Introduction To Implementation of Qubits and Quantum Gates.learning Outcomes# By The End of The Course The Student# 11. Will Know Quantum Algorithms And Protocols and Will Be Able to Analyze Them and Understand The Meaning Of Improvements and Changes in Them. 2. Will Understand The Advantages and Difficulties Compared to Claasical Protocols And Algorithms.
Faculty: Computer Science
(46002 - Design and Analysis of Algorithms and 114071 - Physics 1m) or (104122 - Complex Function Theory 1 and 114071 - Physics 1m) or (114071 - Physics 1m and 234247 - Algorithms 1) or (114073 - Physics 3h and 115203 - Quantum Physics 1 and 124400 - Quantum Chemistry 1)
Course with no extra credit
Course with no extra credit (contained)
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