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Beyond Classical A crash course on Quantum Computing using Qiskit and IBM Q

Author Name: Harika Vajha & Rishwi Thimmaraju | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details
This book is intended to be a course material for a university professional course on quantum computing. It gives students both theoretical and practical experience using Qiskit and IBMQ. This book is a 10-week course requiring at least 2 hours per week. The schema of the material is well structured and organized for the most efficient and encouraging learning experience. This book uses certain terminology intended only to make the learning process interesting. You can encounter a few terms which have letter Q embedded forcefully. This book includes basics, most important quantum algorithms, deep concepts like error correction and finally giving an introduction to the certain evolving applications of quantum computing in the field of Quantum Machine Learning as well as Quantum chemistry. This book is a good resource for novice, intermediate and also will act as a brush-up book for advanced level students.

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Harika Vajha & Rishwi Thimmaraju

I am Rishwi Thimmaraju, and this is my first book as an author. I am a quantum researcher, AI Engineer. My works mainly focus on Quantum computation, Information, and simulation; and artificial intelligence. I have two and a half years of experience in the field. I was just an enthusiastic student when I stumbled upon quantum computing. But today, even though i don't believe in luck, I feel lucky that I have inadvertently found this field. My natural interest in computers and science has made me pursue my career in this field.  For me, the most important thing is to know the answers to why everything(the universe) is how it is. I'm Harika, a software developer, quantum researcher and ML-enthusiast. I basically love everything that is related to science and I also am philharmonic. Space is an unavoidable topic to me. My love for science is eternal and I respect Einstein and am also an admirer of him. I just want to know how things work and I believe science is the one that's going to help me unleash the mystery. If you wanna know more about us: visit https://about.me/rishwi , https://vajhaharika.github.io/HarikaVajha/