Quantum Programming Illustrated

A book relaeased in June 2020. This book is for a generation of programmers and aspiring programmers who are enthusiastic about the future of computing. By including practical examples, it aims to provide an accessible introduction to quantum programming. Amazon

Project Phronesis

The project Phronesis (Aristotle’s practical wisdom) is a synergy between quantum computing and machine learning. The aim is to build a customizable quantum classifier for healthcare application in the field of medical diagnostics. The project lead is Aleksandar Radovanovic.

Quantum Computing Tutorial

Prof. Andrea Morello from UNSW Sydney gives a tutorial designed for scientists, engineers and mathematicians who are interested in this rapidly growing field but have not yet invested enough time in learning about it.

Photo: A. Morello (left) A. Radovanovic (right)

Lunchtime Introduction to Quantum Bioinformatics

A seminar presented by Aleksandar Radovanovic.

Programming the Multiverse

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 computing.

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Opening of KAUST Quantum Cafe
Quantum Computing for Big Data
Seminar at The State University of New York at Fredonia presented by Aleksandar Radovanovic.
Big Data - A Quantum Leap
Seminar pesented by Aleksandar Radovanovic.
Quantum Computing Institute launch
Quantum Computing Initiative becomes Quantum Computing Institute.
The Ultimate Physical Limits of Privacy
Prof. Artur Ekert at KAUST Winter Enrichment Program. Seminar hosted by Aleksandar Radovanovic.

Photo: A. Ekert from Oxford (left) A. Radovanovic (right)

Erwin the cat
Aleksandar Radovanovic published an illustrated introduction to quantum computing in the December 2014 edition of European "Computer World" magazine.
The second anniversary party
Quantum Computing Initiative second anniversary party.
Posters presentation
Open house quantum computing posters presentation.
Turing Machine Simulations

Seminar presented by Fatemah AlZayer.

Quantum Computational model of a Brain

A seminar presented by Aleksandar Radovanovic examine whether synergy of biology, mathematics, quantum mechanics and computer science has the possibility of bringing us closer to understanding how the brain really functions.

The first anniversary lecture

The lecture is given by Aleksandar Radovanovic.

Less Reality, More Security
Distinguished Visiting Speaker Series: Professor Artur Ekert.

History of Quantum Computing
A presentation by Aleksandar Radovanovic.
Website launch function
Quantum Computing Initiative (QCI) website launch function.
Quantum Computing Initiative launching