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What did you learn last week?
Last week you learned about the high-level structure of quantum algorithms, especially those with oracles. You’ve also seen the detailed implementation of the Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm and how it makes use of the quantum primitives: superposition, quantum logic, phase logic, and uncomputation.
What will you learn this week?
This week you will…


Recorded lecture. Warning: this a 1-hour video!



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Only 90’s kids


And what it can teach you about quantum physics

I made this. I’m not all that proud of it to be honest.


A gentle introduction to quantum tomography

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Who are you?


What did you learn last week?
Last week you were introduced to the Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm, which was the first computational algorithm to show a speed-up over any classical algorithm. You also learned about how to perform digital logic in a quantum computation and create quantum oracles.
What will you learn this week?
This week you will learn…


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Life Beyond The Flipped Classroom

Me in mid-2020 talking to my computer screen at midnight in the hopes that it might help a student understand something about quantum computing.
1) Audience | Who are you?
2) Problem | Lighting a global pandemic under my ass
3) Solution | The U(1) Transformed Learning Model
4) Tools | Don’t reinvent the wheel — steal an 18-wheeler!
5) Implementation | What does it look like? …

Chris Ferrie

Quantum theorist by day, father by night. Occasionally moonlights as a children’s book author. www.csferrie.com @csferrie

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