ACM India Winter School on “Quantum Computing”

(2 customer reviews)

From: 12,000.00

Last day of registration: December 1st, 2022


SKU: IIT Madras | Dates: 5 - 16 December, 2022 Categories: ,


Mode of workshop:  Online


 The advanced quantum computing school will complement the material in the first “ACM Winter School on Quantum Computing” which was held in January 2022.  It will focus on introducing specialized topics to the students and will also introduce QISKIT runtime which soon be the default method for programming in IBM QISKIT.  

List of sub-topics:

  • Quantum Algorithms, Optimization algorithms and VQE
  • Quantum Error Correction
  • Quantum Metrology
  • Quantum Cryptography
  • Hardware Basics and Pulse programming
  • Quantum Machine Learning
  • Quantum Finance
  • Quantum simulation
  • QISKIT transpiler, QISKIT Metal
  • QISKIT runtime

Session dates:  5 – 16 December, 2022

Time:  9am to 5pm 

Last date of Registration:  December 1st, 2022

Profile of the Instructor(s)

List of speakers  

    • Prof. Anil Prabhakar.   (IITM)
    • Prof. Arul Lakshminarayan. (IITM)
    • Dr. Prabha Mandyam.   (IITM)
    • Dr. Vaibhav Madhok     (IITM)
    • Dr.  Nicolas Gheeraert.   (IITM)
    • Dr.  YSRK Chaitanya       (IITM)
    • Dr.  Chandrashekar Radhakrishnan.  (IITM)
    • Dr.  Dhinakaran Vinayagamoorthy.   (IBM Research)
    • Dr.  AnupamaRay     (IBM Research)
    • Dr.  Dhiraj Madan       (IBM Research)
    • Dr.  Kalyan Dasgupta      (IBM Research)

Eligibility & Fees

We recommend a background on quantum information and quantum computing for the participants.

Any specific software (Matlab, Python, etc. ) to be used:

    • Python

Fees  for the workshop:

Industry : 17,000+GST 

Students : 12, 000 +GST


After successful completion of the course, a participation certificate will be awarded to each participant.

2 reviews for ACM India Winter School on “Quantum Computing”

  1. G. Haripriya

    Quantum cryptography is the science of exploiting quantum mechanical properties to perform cryptographic tasks

  2. G. Haripriya

    The best known example of quantum cryptography is quantum key distribution which offers an information-theoretically secure solution to the key exchange problem.

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