- START DATE January 24, 2022
- TIME COMMITMENT 4-6 hours per week
- DURATION 4 weeks
- FORMAT Online
- PRICE $1,425
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Learn the history and implications of quantum computing vs. classical computation. Assess applications of quantum computing and get hands on experience by putting a simple quantum algorithm into practice using the IBM Q Experience. View the week by week schedule here.
- Describe one substantial difference between quantum and classical computation.
- Assess at least one potential business application for quantum computation.
- Understand engineering challenges currently faced by developers of real quantum computers.
- Evaluate one key technology requirement for quantum computers to be able to function properly.
Who Should Enroll
Professionals and leaders in business, government, and technology that need to get an understanding of the business and technical implications of quantum computing.
Any interested participant with basic knowledge of vector and matrix multiplication as linear algebra is at the core of quantum computing algorithms.
How you will learn
LEARN BY DOING
Practice processes and methods through simulations, assessments, case studies and tools, including the IBM Q experience.
LEARN FROM OTHERS
Connect with an international community of professionals while working on projects based in real-world examples.
LEARN ON DEMAND
Access all of the content online and watch videos on the go.
REFLECT AND APPLY
Bring your new skills to your organization, through examples from technical work environments and ample prompts for reflection.
DEMONSTRATE YOUR SUCCESS
Earn a Professional Certificate and 2.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from MIT.
LEARN FROM THE BEST
Gain insights from MIT faculty and industry experts.
What learners are saying
Hear what other professionals have to say about this course.
Pravin Kumarappan, Platform Architect, Worldpay
I had high expectations and they were adequately met! The content was just what I'd hoped.
Charles Middleton, Principal Investigator, Harris Corporation
Great starting point for gaining deeper knowledge in more focused areas of quantum information science.
Kyle Thompson, Mechanical Engineer, MIT Lincoln Labs
These courses help me gain perspective and will allow me to be more conversational with my quantum peers.
Rajendra Polavarapu, Senior Consultant, Cognizant Tech Solutions US Corp
[I liked] learning how quantum computing can impact people and organizations behaviors toward computation and simulation of problems.
Donna Yost, Engineer, MIT Lincoln Labs
[The course had] significant impact on my understanding of quantum integration challenges and opportunities.
MIT Faculty & Industry Experts
Meet your instructors
Professor of Physics, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Senior Associate Dean of Digital Learning at MIT
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Professor of Physics, Laboratory Fellow, Lincoln Laboratory, 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
Courses In this Program
To earn a Professional Certificate and CEUs, you must complete the two courses in the program. For those who do not want to commit to the full program, courses can be taken on an individual basis for a certificate of completion and CEUs. Savings apply when enrolling into the full program.
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