Applied Quantum Computing

In recent years a considerable progress has taken place in the field of Quantum Computing with regard to hardware and software. Although fault tolerant full scale Quantum Computing is not expected within five to ten years, companies need to build up their expertise. The possibility to decrypt by a Quantum Computer foreshadows the need to become aware of Quantum Security.

Course content

The summer course Applied Quantum Computing offers several perspectives on Quantum Computing. Students get an introduction to understanding and developing applications for Quantum Computing.

By the end of this course, you will:

  1. know how to implement a basic quantum algorithm and understand its behaviour,
  2. know how to use a platform specific for quantum computing environment to implement a basic application,
  3. know about the international race to engineer a quantum computer,
  4. have learnt about the Dutch, European and global quantum computing ecosystem,
  5. have learnt to discern between reality and hype in relation to quantum computing.

For whom?

Students interested in new and emerging technologies.

Lecturers

Dr. Marten Teitsma

Dr. Marten Teitsma is special professor at the AUAS and leading the research group Applied Quantum Computing. He cooperates with QuSoft and coordinates education in Quantum.Amsterdam.

Dr. Bernardo Villalba Frias

Dr. Bernardo Villalba Frias has a background in computing architectures and obtained Phd at the University of Trento onthe topic ‘Bringing Probabilistic Real-Time Guarantees to the Real World’. He is lecturer at the Computer Science department of the AUAS and teaches about embedded systems, Human Machine Interfaces and Applied Quantum Computing.

Ed Kuijpers

Ed Kuijpers graduated in Information theory at the TU Delft. After working for a number of years at the Amsterdam Science Park, he continued work for many years in support of space projects. Nowadays he is a lecturer and researcher in the Technical Computing track of the Computer Science department of the AUAS. His current teaching activities include testing, robotics, AI, and Applied Quantum Computing.

Skander Jaibi

Skander Jaibi graduated with a Master Degree at the Physics department of the University of Utrecht in 2010 on the topic of ‘Structicles, why particles are not what they seem’. He is lecturer at the Technical Physics department and active in quantum technologies.

Practical information

Mode

Short-term, 2 weeks

Language of instruction

English

Credits

3 ECTS

Application deadline

Deadline for application with a guarantee on housing: 22 May 2022
Deadline for application without a guarantee on housing: 1 June 2022

Course level/ Entry requirements

Familiarity with mathematics

Tuition fee

€ 900.00

Type of diploma

Certificate Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences Summer School

Housing (options and costs)

For more information, please visit our housing webpage.