NTU Quantum Computing and Information Program

This program will help you build up knowledge for what quantum computers can do, how they work, and how you can contribute to discovering new things and solving problems in quantum information science and engineering.

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Get ready for your first quantum journey

Here we provide a systematic way to learn quantum theories for students to prepare them for advanced research,
expecting one day we can make use of quantum bizareness to solve daily life problems.
Let's explore the quantum world together!

Learn quantum

We have compiled the most comprehensive resources of all quantum-computing-relevant study materials. The resources include online lectures, lecture notes, and tutorials.

Academic Roadmap

Doesn't know which course suits you? don't worry, we have laid out a clear decision-based mind map to guide your way. This map helps you get hold of your missing skills and your interest so that you can choose what's right for you.

Academic System

There are some rules and regulations you need to adhere in order to complete the program successfully.

Quantum Supremacy

Can a quantum computer outperform a classical supercomputer? Well, the success highly probable. In fact, Google had just shown for the first time a quantum computer can surpass a classical computer in an exponentially hard problem. Let's learn from Google engineers about what quantum supremacy means. Click the link below to find out more!

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Why are Quantum Computing and Quantum Information so important?

  • Cybersecurity

    Hacking a quantum device is almost impossible. This opens a variety of research such as quantum cryptography, quantum storage and quantum internet.

  • Methematical Modeling

    The field of modeling is wide, ranging from drug synthesis, climate forecasting, finance modelling, stock market prediction and other exciting applications.

  • Artificial Intelligence

    This includes enchance the capability of machine learning and enables the application of optimization in classically intractable problems.

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