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Resources for GIDS Architecture Quantum Computing Workshop:

Title: Quantum Computing Workshop for Classical Developers

Presenter: James Weaver

IBM Quantum Experience (where you'll create a quantum game)

Quantum Game Challenge (Build a quantum 8-ball)

  1. Optional but recommended if you're new to Qiskit:
  1. In the IBM Quantum Experience Circuit Composer, create a three-wire circuit whose measurements are randomly distributed among 000 - 111.
    • View the Statevector and Measurement Probabilities from the Visualizations tab (bar graph image) on the left side of the page.
    • Observe the results when running your circuit on a backend quantum system or simulator. The shortest queues are typically with the 32 qubit simulator ibmq_qasm_simulator in ibm-q/open/main
  2. Create the circuit using Python and Qiskit in an IBM Quantum Experience Jupyter notebook.
  3. If you have time:
    • Rather than using a simulator, use the from_instruction() and sample_counts() methods of the qiskit.quantum_info.Statevector class. Your circuit should not have measure operations.
    • Expand the circuit to four or five wires.
    • Add various single and multi-qubit gates to the circuit (in the Circuit Composer first if you'd like) and observe their effects on the measurement probabilities and results.



Resources for GIDS Architecture workshop by James Weaver: Quantum Computing Workshop for Classical Developers



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