Learn Quantum Computation using Qiskit

A university quantum algorithms/computation course supplement based on Qiskit

Preface

    0 Structure of this Textbook

Chapter 0. Prerequisites

    0.0 Python and Jupyter Notebooks
    0.1 Qiskit

Chapter 1. Quantum States and Qubits

    1.0 Introduction
    1.1 The Atoms of Computation
    1.2 The Unique Properties of Qubits
    1.3 Writing Down Qubit States
    1.4 Pauli Matrices and the Bloch Sphere
    1.5 States for Many Qubits

Chapter 2. Single-Qubit and Multi-Qubit Gates

    2.0 Introduction
    2.1 Quantum Gates
    2.2 Fun with Matrices
    2.3 The Standard Gate Set
    2.4 Proving Universality
    2.5 Basic Circuit Identities

Problems

    Set 1 -- Classical Logic Gates with Quantum Circuits
    Set 2 -- Basic Synthesis of Single-Qubit Gates
    Set 3 -- Building the Best AND Gate

Chapter 3. Quantum Algorithms

    3.0 Quantum Teleportation
    3.1 Deutsch-Josza Algorithm
    3.2 Bernstein-Vazirani Algorithm
    3.3 Simon's Algorithm
    3.4 Quantum Fourier Transform
    3.5 Quantum Phase Estimation
    3.6 Grover's Algorithm

Chapter 4. Quantum Algorithms for Applications

    4.0 Simulating Molecules using VQE
    4.1 Solving Satisfiability Problems using Grover's Algorithm

Chapter 5. Investigating Quantum Hardware Using Qiskit

    5.0 Calibrating Qubits with OpenPulse
    5.1 Introduction to Quantum Error Correction using Repetition Codes
    5.2 Measurement Error Mitigation
    5.3 Randomized Benchmarking
    5.4 Measuring Quantum Volume

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Contributors in Alphabetical Order

Learn Quantum Computation using Qiskit is the work of several individuals. If you use it in your work, cite it using this bib file or directly as

Abraham Asfaw, Luciano Bello, Yael Ben-Haim, Sergey Bravyi, Lauren Capelluto, Almudena Carrera Vazquez, Jay Gambetta, Shelly Garion, Leron Gil, Salvador De La Puente Gonzalez, David McKay, Zlatko Minev, Paul Nation, Anna Phan, Arthur Rattew, Javad Shabani, John Smolin, Kristan Temme, Madeleine Tod, James Wootton. "Learn Quantum Computation using Qiskit." (August 2019). Retrieved from http://community.qiskit.org/textbook

License and Usage

The materials and associated source code of this open-source textbook are licensed under Apache License 2.0.