Lecture Tu 8AM - 9:30AM at NCS 120
and Th 8AM - 9:30AM at NCS 120
Instructor: Supartha Podder (http://suparthapodder.com/)
Office hours: Th 3:00pm–4:30pm, NCS 151
Lecture mode: Mostly offline (with a few online lectures)
Course website: https://www3.cs.stonybrook.edu/~cse550/
This course is an introduction to and survey of Quantum Computing, an emerging interdisciplinary field of science which has the potential to revolutionize computation over the next ten years, to transform chemistry, medicine, engineering and communications, as well as to change our understanding of the physical world. The course will build an intuitive approach to quantum computation and algorithms, but also will advance relevant vocabulary and skills for faculties and graduate students in engineering, computing, applied mathematics, chemistry, physics and related sciences. Co-scheduled with DCS 501 and ESE 523. In the course we will view quantum computing from computer science’s perspective and will delve into different theoretical aspects of quantum computing and information closely related to computer science.
Prerequisites: None. Knowledge of probability theory and linear algebra is a plus, but not mandatory.
There is no required textbook. Links to online materials will be provided during the lectures
There may be recommended reading posted here schedule.
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