Introduction to Quantum Information and Quantum Computation
FK7037. 7,5 credits.
The course covers the rapidly expanding research field of quantum information and quantum computation. The
course is an information theoretic approach to basic laws of quantum physics. The course consists of four
1. Basic quantum mechanics including quantum entanglement and quantum measurement.
2. Classical information theory and its generalization to quantum information. Quantum channels and quantum
3. Quantum computing: quantum gates and elementary quantum circuits, quantum algorithms, and quantum
error correcting codes.
4. Physical realizations.
The course conveys skills are useful to follow the developments in disciplines such as quantum information and
v13-23 VT2016. after this, the course will next be taught Spring 2015
S. Stenholm and K. Suominen , Quantum Approach to Informatics, Wiley 2005
Lectures combined with problem sessions.
Homeworks and an oral exam
More information see the course Homepage
Jonas Larson Room: C5:3017, tel: 08 5537 8763, e-post: