Introduction to Quantum Computing

ONLINE TRAINING
February 4 2021
March 10 2021
November 29 2021
CLASSROOM TRAINING
July 19 2021
October 8 2021
Training Cost
ONLINE TRAINING
270 EUR (VAT ex.) per person
CLASSROOM TRAINING
295 EUR (VAT ex.) per person
Practical informationClass from 12.30 PM to 5 PM
LanguageEnglish (unless all attendees speak Dutch)
Location

Most of our classroom training courses take place in Belgium (Edegem) or The Netherlands (Breda). Please click the button with the desired date to check the exact location of the training.

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Duration

1/2 day

Course overview

Quantum Computers will probably become one of the most important technologies of the next decade, yet very few people seem to understand what they will do, or why normal computers suddenly need replacement. In this course, we will introduce you to the weird and wonderful world of Quantum and teach you everything you need to know about where and when quantum computers might be used in your business.

Who should attend this training

Business leaders who want to learn how, where and when quantum computers might be used in their business, or IT professionals looking for a basic introduction to Quantum Computing.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will understand the following:

  • Basic and intermediary terminology surrounding Quantum Computing

  • How quantum mechanics and quantum computing are related

  • Why classical computers are not enough for some problems

  • Why quantum computers will not replace classical computers and what they will be used for

  • The current state of QC technology, and projections for when Quantum Computers will become viable for practical purposes

Prerequisites
  • There are no prerequisites to this course.

  • You don’t need to bring a specific device to the course; the PowerPoint presentation will be provided to you digitally.

Course Content
  • What is computing?

  • Intro to quantum mechanics

  • Problem complexity

  • Introducing the qubit

  • Quantum computing in practice today

  • The (near) future of quantum computing

  • Case Studies: QC in Chemistry, Logistics and Security

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