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Quantum Engineering


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This course will provide a high-level overview of quantum systems and their potential applications, including computing, sensing, and communications.

Quantum Engineering - Fall 2022

This course will provide a high-level overview of quantum systems and their potential applications, including computing, sensing, and communications.

$1,500.00

Quantum Engineering - Winter 2022

This course will provide a high-level overview of quantum systems and their potential applications, including computing, sensing, and communications.

$1,500.00

Quantum Engineering - Spring 2023

This course will provide a high-level overview of quantum systems and their potential applications, including computing, sensing, and communications.

$1,500.00

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Course Description

World as the nucleus of an atom.Technologies stemming from quantum phenomena offer a disruptive approach to fields ranging from computing to sensing to communications. The most far-reaching of these is in computing, where quantum computers would cause severe disruption in industries that rely on advanced computational modeling such as the pharmaceutical industry and internet security. While current fielded quantum systems are too small and noisy to challenge modern-day high-performance computers, the potential for quantum systems has become an increasing driver of research and development funding that is looking to bring closer to reality these game-changing technologies. This course will provide a high-level overview of quantum systems and their potential applications, including computing, sensing, and communications. It will then dive deeper into the potentially disruptive nature of quantum computing and the application areas where it will prove most beneficial. The course will describe the current state of the technology, what currently limits quantum computers from reaching their true potential, and the opportunities that currently exist. Interspersed throughout this course will be a framework for analyzing disruptive technology and a description of how to apply that framework to various classes of quantum systems, applications, and design considerations for quantum technologies.

Key Takeaways

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain the impact of quantum systems on current technologies/applications.

  • Describe the state of quantum computing algorithms and their application spaces.

  • Apply quantum computing and innovation strategy to a specific problem in your business or organization.

  • Describe the fragility of quantum devices.

  • Identify key metrics of performance.

Prerequisites

None.

Who Should Take this Course

Engineers and technical professionals who want to gain deeper insight into the “art-of-the-possible” in quantum sciences from a software and hardware perspective.

Engineering managers who want to gain an understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with quantum technology.

Product managers, R&D managers, and others involved in developing assets and capabilities for next generation products in computing, sensing, and communications.

CEOs and entrepreneurs interested in gaining strategic insight into the potential impact, current state, and projected timelines associated with the emergences of quantum technology, and how it can be assessed as a disruptive technology in various industries.

Quantum Engineering - Fall 2022

This course will provide a high-level overview of quantum systems and their potential applications, including computing, sensing, and communications.

$1,500.00

Quantum Engineering - Winter 2022

This course will provide a high-level overview of quantum systems and their potential applications, including computing, sensing, and communications.

$1,500.00

Quantum Engineering - Spring 2023

This course will provide a high-level overview of quantum systems and their potential applications, including computing, sensing, and communications.

$1,500.00

Upcoming Offerings



Register
Instructors

Scott Hendrickson
Experimental Optical Scientist
Scott Hendrickson leads a physics group in the Research and Exploratory Development Department at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL).  This group focuses on a range of topics including quantum information, electromagnetics, and biomedical imaging. He currently helps lead projects focused on quantum information hardware development in partnership with government and industry.
Gregory Quiroz
Project Manager and Visiting Scientist
Dr. Gregory Quiroz is a project manager in the Research and Exploratory Development Department at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL). In addition, he is a visiting scientist in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at JHU. His current research focuses on quantum system characterization and control protocols, and how these techniques can…