Quantum Computing the Easy Way
- No course requirements
Quantum Computing (QC) will soon have a substantial impact on industry -- from healthcare and pharmaceuticals to manufacturing, finance, and communication systems. It will not only allow companies to do things faster than traditional computing but entirely different. Quantum computers are not decades away. The quantum age has now come and it is imperative for managers and leaders to understand the business implications of this new frontier and be prepared for disruption.
After completing this program, you will be able to separate the promise from the hype and you will understand the basics of how a quantum computer works, and its applications. You will be prepared to answer the fundamental questions around QC: What is a quantum computer? What types of problems can be efficiently solved with QC? When can we expect a quantum computer? And most importantly, how will this transform my organization?
- Students who are interested in Quantum Computing
- Shors Algorithm10:31
- Entanglement & Superposition11:16
- Wrap UP00:56
Hello, I am Danny Sabol. I currently work at Fordham University as a librarian and adjunct instructor of Computer Science. In addition I teach in the Cyber Security program at Mercy College. I enjoy reading all things technical and learning new things. I have built this course to better help you understand that Quantum Computing can be easy to learn and fun.
I am currently a PhD student in Computer Science at Pace University in New York. My PhD thesis is in Quantum Computing. I am also a Assistant Adjunct Professor teaching at Pace University's Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems in both the Computer Science Department and the Information Technology Department. Prior to this, I obtained my Master's Degree in Computer Science in May 2015. I also established Manhattan Programmers LLC in May 2014, and there I work on mobile apps and websites. Prior to that, I served a full career in the U.S. Army in multiple locations and jobs, but most of my time was spent in computer security work.