| ◎ 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.
| ◎ 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|