Excitement for quantum computing has been growing over the past two decades. Quantum computing can lead to the discovery of new applications and technologies we haven’t even dreamed of. At the moment, quantum computing is still considered a special discipline within the field of theoretical physics and largely overlooked.
This talk by KAUST Senior Computation Scientist Aleksandar Radovanovic, presents a fresh look at quantum computing by untangling the ties it has with quantum mechanics and presenting it from a computer scientist’s point of view. With this approach, Aleksandar hopes to create interest in quantum software research and development.
Dr Aleksandar Radovanovic is a Senior Computational Scientist at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. Aleksandar is author and co-author of more than 100 publications published in popular, technical and peer-reviewed journals. He is also author of a supplementary textbook on computer networking. Aleksandar's interest is in Bioinformatics, Big Data and in quantum computing. Aleksandar holds a PhD in Bioinformatics, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa.
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