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PhD Course: Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists

For PhD students at SeSE universities

Quantum computing is an emerging computing paradigm lying at the intersection of computer science, physics, and mathematics. This course aims to provide a broad overview of quantum computing, including its mathematical formalism, algorithms, hardware, and programming approaches. The course has been developed with computer scientists in mind and includes programming exercises but does not assume a formal background in mathematics or physics.

Time: Mon 2023-12-04 09.00 - Fri 2023-12-15 17.00

Location: SeRC room, PDC, Teknikringen 14, KTH, Stockholm

Language: English

Participating: Stefano Markidis, Pratibha Hegde and Ivy Peng


Stefano Markidis (Professor of Computer Science, KTH), Pratibha Hegde (Postdoctoral researcher, KTH) and Ivy Peng (Assistant Professor in Computer Science at KTH) are offering a course on quantum computing for students at SeSE universities (namely LU, LiU, KTH, KI, SU, UU and UmU) in December.

Course information and registration

For further details about the course and to register, see: .

Note Registration closes on 30 November 2023.