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Discover the business and technical implications of the new frontier in computing and how you can apply them to your organization with this two-course program from MIT xPRO.
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Like the first digital computers, quantum computers offer the possibility of technology exponentially more powerful than current systems. They stand to change companies, entire industries, and the world by solving problems that seem impossible today.
A recent report by Gartner states that by 2023, 20% of organizations will be budgeting for quantum computing projects. As this new technology develops, organizations will face a shortage of quantum computing experts.
The time to learn about quantum computing is now. Discover the business and technical implications of this new frontier in computing and how you can apply quantum computing to your organization with this two-course program from MIT.
Describe the differences between quantum and classical computation.
Discern potential performance gains of quantum vs. classical algorithms.
Assess the business applications of quantum computation.
Understand engineering challenges currently faced by developers of quantum computers.
Become proficient with engineering requirements for quantum vs classical algorithm implementation.
Discern the scientific limits of quantum algorithms for chemistry and optimization.
Determine technical requirements for quantum computers to run realistically large quantum algorithms.
Evaluate key technology requirements for quantum computers to be able to function properly.
Understand the mathematical description of quantum states and basic quantum operations.
We bring together an innovative pedagogy paired with world-class faculty.
Practice processes and methods through simulations, assessments, case studies and tools, including the IBM Q experience.
Connect with an international community of professionals while working on projects based in real-world examples.
Access all of the content online and watch videos on the go.
Bring your new skills to your organization, through examples from technical work environments and ample prompts for reflection.
Earn a Professional Certificate and 4.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from MIT.
Gain insights from MIT faculty and industry experts and connect with your course team and faculty over discussion forums and a live webinar.
“I had high expectations and they were adequately met! The content was just what I'd hoped."
“Great starting point for gaining deeper knowledge in more focused areas of quantum information science.”
“These courses help me gain perspective and will allow me to be more conversational with my quantum peers.”
“[I liked] learning how quantum computing can impact people and organizations behaviors toward computation and simulation of problems.”
“[The course had] significant impact on my understanding of quantum integration challenges and opportunities.”
You are a professional or leader in business, government, or technology looking to gain an understanding of the business and technical implications of quantum computing.
You have a basic understanding of linear algebra, vector and matrix multiplication, and quantum mechanics.
Past learners job titles have included: Cybersecurity consultant, computer scientist, data scientist, physicist, financial security manager, DoD security expert, NOAA data analyst, professor, data security specialist, mobile technology CEO, video game designer, financial analyst.
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Professor of Physics, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Senior Associate Dean of Digital Learning at MIT
Henry Ellis Warren (1894) Professor, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Professor of Physics, Former Laboratory Fellow, Lincoln Laboratory (2003-2023), Associate Director, Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT
Morss Professor of Applied Mathematics, Applied Mathematics Committee Chair, Quantum Computation, Quantum Information at MIT
Associate Professor of Physics at MIT
Course 1 of 2 in the Quantum Computing Fundamentals online program.
Course 2 of 2 in the Quantum Computing Fundamentals online program
Get an inside look at MIT xPRO's two quantum computing fundamentals courses with MIT Professor Will Oliver.
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Technology is accelerating at an unprecedented pace causing disruption across all levels of business. Tomorrow’s leaders must demonstrate technical expertise as well as leadership acumen in order to maintain a technical edge over the competition while driving innovation in an ever-changing environment.
MIT uniquely understands this challenge and how to solve it with decades of experience developing technical professionals. MIT xPRO’s online learning programs leverage vetted content from world-renowned experts to make learning accessible anytime, anywhere. Designed using cutting-edge research in the neuroscience of learning, MIT xPRO programs are application focused, helping professionals build their skills on the job.
Embrace change. Enhance your skill set. Keep learning. MIT xPRO is with you each step of the way.
If you are a technical professional, scientist, or researcher who is already aware of quantum computing basics, dive deeper into the practical applications of quantum in the next MIT xPRO two-course program, Quantum Computing Realities.