- Course materials (Warwick students only, do not distribute!)
- Use Piazza for asking questions.
- Recorded lectures will be available on Moodle.
- The best introductory textbook is Thomas Wong's Introduction to Classical and Quantum Computing [pdf, 16MB]. I would suggest looking here first if there's something you don't understand. However, our course goes a bit deeper into the theory than this textbook does, and covers some other topics.
- Another great introduction is the Qiskit Textbook; this will be especially useful later on in the course when we try simulations.
- An excellent, comprehensive, but somewhat less approachable textbook is Nielsen and Chuang, Quantum Computation and Quantum Information. Online access via Cambridge University Press (log in with Warwick credentials).
- Linear algebra primer (by Chris Hickey).
- Quantikz for drawing quantum circuits in LaTeX.
|1||Linear algebra refresher 1||Seminar 1|
|2||Linear algebra refresher 2 + probability refresher||Seminar 2|
|4||Entanglement and decoherence||Seminar 4|
|5||Deferred measurement||Seminar 5|
|6||Review problem sheet 1||Seminar 6|
|7||Query complexity (multi-qubit Deutsch-Josza)||Seminar 7|
|8||Grover's search||Seminar 8|
|9||Review problem sheet 2|
|10||Mock exam||Mock exam|