Two new Classes on QUANTUM COMPUTING were
developed at UC during the Academic Year 2003-2004.
Early 2002, several faculty members in the ECECS Dept. and Physics
Department at UC engaged in a joint venture to train undergraduate and
graduate students at UC in the rapidly burgeoning field of Quantum Computing.
The list of the faculty involved and a link to their website is given below.
One class on quantum computing has been
offered at UC ever since: ECES 622 (Introduction to Quantum Computing, also listed as PHYS-622)
in the Winter quarter. Sometimes, it is followed by ECES 753 (Special Topics in Quantum Computing,
also listed as PHYS-623).
Given below are links to several websites dealing with the topics of Quantum Computing.
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The faculty involved in the development of the classes are
M. Cahay (ECECS Dept) - phone: 64754
C. Purdy (ECECS Dept) - phone: 61810
G. Purdy (ECECS Dept) - phone: 61811
A. Ralescu (ECECS Dept) - phone: 64752
P. Esposito (Physics) - phone: 60636
P. Argyres (Physics) - phone: 60459
B. Goodman (Physics) - phone: 60537
Classnotes - Homeworks and Related Materials:
!!!!!!!!!!CLASSROOM HAS BEEN SWITCHED TO BA 643 starting FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!
Homework 1. Due via email by Jan.13 by 5p.m
Now that you had a brief intro to the field of quantum computing,
choose ONLY ONE of the 14 topics (or another topic of interest) and do a web search
to find some new links on that topics. Upgrade the corresponding html file
to list the new sites and send me the copy of your new .html file.
I will then upload your .html file on my webpage.
Starting with hwk2 (see link below) you will work homeworks as a team. Considereing the large number
of students in the class, please form teams of 3 people and send me an email with the list
of the people and their email addresses as soon as possible. Keep the same team for all hwks or assigned
Syllabus and Homeworks
First Lecture notes
Ieee Potential article on Quantum Computers
Feynman lecture on "There is plenty of room at the bottom"
Extra notes on an intro to the Deutsch-Jozsa Algorithm"
Second Lecture notes
Lectures 3 and 4
Lecture on Outer Product
Lecture on Tensor Product
Lecture on Operators
Lecture on Heisenberg Uncertainty relation
Lecture on Bloch sphere
Lecture on Power of Quantum Computing
Lecture on CNOT gate
Lecture on Teleporation
Lecture on Generalized CNT gate, Deutsch, and Deutsch-Jozsa Algorithm
Lecture on Simon's periodicity algorithm
Lecture on Grover algorithm
Lecture on Bell's theorem
An Entangled Web of crime: Bell's theorem as
a short story
Lecture on Fredkin and Toffoli gates
More on Quantum Computing at the following websites:
We welcome suggestions for other entries.
Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
(1) Quantum Zeno Effect
(2) Quantum Cryptography
(3) Quantum Search Algorithms
(4) Quantum Gates and Circuits
(5) Quantum Teleportation
(6) Quantum Teleportation (Part II)
(7) Quantum cryptography-quantum key distribution
(8) Bell States/EPR (Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen) pairs/Entanglement
(9) Quantum Computing/Textbooks and Review Articles
(10) Quantum Algorithms (Shor, Grover, Simon, Deutsch, Deutsch-Jozsa, and others)
(11) Quantum Turing Machines
(12) Quantum registers
(13) Quantum computers/practical implementations
(14) Quantum information processing
(15) Quantum error correcting codes
(16) Quantum Fourier Transform
(17) Companies with interest in quantum computing