Introduction to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (nmr) and to Nmr Equipment - Classical Description. Nmr Hamiltonian and The Hamiltonian For Superconductors For a Single Qubit and For Two Qubits. The Density Matrix and The Pseudo-pure State. Spin Echo And Re-focusing. Measurements of Relaxation Times, T1 and T2. Quantum Gates For Quantum Computing in Nmr and in Superconductors. Product Operator Formalism. Translating Quantum Algorithms Into Electromagnetic Pulse Sequences. Become Familiar With The Simulators and The Labs (without Lab Work). Designing Experiments In Nmr and Superconductors, Implementation On Simulators, Implementation In Superconductors (via Ibm Website) On The Ibm Quantum Computer. Conduct an Analysis of The Results. Learning Outcomes# By The End Of The Course The Student Will# 1. Understand How Quantum Computation Is Implemented (in Two Different Technologies), Including The Relation Between a Hamiltonians (which Expresses The Equations Of Motion) and Logic Gates. 2. Be Acquainted to Simulators For Running Quantum Algorithms in Two Technologies. 3. De-facto Examining an Actual Experiment Running On A Remote (web Based) Ibm Quantum Computer.

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Pre-required courses

(104131 - Ordinary Differential Equations/h and 114054 - Physics 3 and 236990 - Introduction to Quantum Information) or (114073 - Physics 3h and 236990 - Introduction to Quantum Information) or (115203 - Quantum Physics 1 and 236990 - Introduction to Quantum Information) or 116031 - Quantum Information Theory or (124400 - Quantum Chemistry 1 and 236990 - Introduction to Quantum Information)


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