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Qiskit is an open-source software for working with quantum computers that sits between quantum algorithms from one side, and the physical quantum device from the other. It translates common programming languages like Python into quantum machine language.
Qiskit tutorial is meant to introduce the audience to Qiskit as SDK for programming quantum computers on the cloud. Whether it is used as research or as educational tool, Qiskit offers a broad range of modules, an extended documentation, and several features for supporting any person working in quantum computing. During the tutorial, the users will learn the basics of quantum computing through hands-on exercises. We will also introduce the audience to more advanced Qiskit features, the Application Modules with an example and to Qiskit Runtime – a quantum computing service and programming model that allows users to optimize workloads and efficiently execute them on quantum computers at scale, by introducing of primitives.
This tutorial is for students and researchers interested in Quantum Computing. Whether you are new to quantum computers or someone already familiar with the subject, this is a tutorial for you as it an opportunity to have a hands-on experience with IBM quantum services.
English (with additional Polish on-site translation and assistance)
Participants should bring their own laptops. Some programming experience in Python is a plus. For accessing the IBM quantum systems, please create in advance an IBM account on https://quantum-computing.ibm.com/ (for free). We recommend to install Qiskit beforehand, but it is not mandatory.
14:00 to 18:00 September 11
Gdansk University of Technology, at the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics, Siedlicka 5a
If you are not PPAM’22 or WQCC’22 participant, you can still register for this tutorial here: