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SkillsCast

Q#: Getting started with practical Quantum Computing

11th April 2018 in London at CodeNode

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This session will be a practical, demo-lead introduction to quantum computation with Microsoft’s Q# platform (which now supports Mac and Linux).We will begin with a crash course in quantum computing and Q#, covering topics such as bits vs. qubits, superposition and entanglement, and gates and circuits, as well as some Q# basics. We will then move on to explore the unique phenomenon of quantum teleportation – first from a theoretical and then an applied perspective as we use Q# to bring the theory to life. The session will be presented by Anita Ramanan and Frances Tibble, both software engineers at Microsoft.

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Q#: Getting started with practical Quantum Computing

Frances Tibble

Frances (@frances_tibble) graduated with a degree in Computing from Imperial College London having completed a final year project with Microsoft Research. Frances now works as a Software Engineer for Microsoft focusing on Machine Learning and Quantum Computing.

Anita Ramanan

Anita (@whywontitbuild) graduated from University College London in 2014 with an MSci in Natural Sciences: Atomic and Particle Physics and Physical Chemistry (TL;DR: Quantum Mechanics). Since then, she has been working at Microsoft and is now a Software Engineer focusing on the Internet of Things (particularly as it relates to healthcare) and Quantum Computing.

SkillsCast

This session will be a practical, demo-lead introduction to quantum computation with Microsoft’s Q# platform (which now supports Mac and Linux).We will begin with a crash course in quantum computing and Q#, covering topics such as bits vs. qubits, superposition and entanglement, and gates and circuits, as well as some Q# basics. We will then move on to explore the unique phenomenon of quantum teleportation – first from a theoretical and then an applied perspective as we use Q# to bring the theory to life. The session will be presented by Anita Ramanan and Frances Tibble, both software engineers at Microsoft.

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About the Speakers

Q#: Getting started with practical Quantum Computing

Frances Tibble

Frances (@frances_tibble) graduated with a degree in Computing from Imperial College London having completed a final year project with Microsoft Research. Frances now works as a Software Engineer for Microsoft focusing on Machine Learning and Quantum Computing.

Anita Ramanan

Anita (@whywontitbuild) graduated from University College London in 2014 with an MSci in Natural Sciences: Atomic and Particle Physics and Physical Chemistry (TL;DR: Quantum Mechanics). Since then, she has been working at Microsoft and is now a Software Engineer focusing on the Internet of Things (particularly as it relates to healthcare) and Quantum Computing.