By IQT News posted 28 Dec 2021

(AnalyticsInsight) Major reputed companies such as Google, IBM, etc. have invested heavily in quantum computing over the years. Going by the trend, it is highly likely that the quantum computing market will witness exponential growth in the near future. Therefore, taking up the right quantum computing courses cannot go wrong.ave a look at the top 10 online quantum computing courses to take up in 2022. IQT-News summarizes Analytics Insight’s summary:

Quantum computing: Less Formulas – More Understanding
This introductory course from St. Petersburg University is just the course that beginners need from the basics as to where the computational power of a quantum computer comes from to the mathematical language of quantum mechanics.

Getting started with Quantum Machine learning
Getting started with Quantum Machine learning is a 2 hour long project-based course from Coursera where you will be able to gain knowledge right from the basic principles of how machine learning can benefit from work, and how this can be implemented in Python using the Pennylane library by Xanadu. Additionally, you will also learn how software libraries can be used to code quantum algorithms.

Quantum computing: Theory to Simulation and Programming<
“Quantum computing: Theory to Simulation and Programming” is a comprehensive quantum computing course from Udemy that throws light on a wide range of topics right from the basics of quantum computing, quantum physics, Cirq programming, to Dave-Ocean-SDK.

Quantum computing for Beginners
“Quantum computing for Beginners” is yet another Quantum computing course from Udemy that is designed to keep beginners in mind. Be it quantum computing, Qubit, Quantum Teleportation, superposition, entanglement, or Quantum Gates and Algorithms, this course covers it all.

The Quantum Internet and Quantum Computers: How Will They Change the World?
This 6-week long course from Delft has got everything that you surely wouldn’t want to miss out on. It is free, accessible to anyone, and majorly talks about the applications of the field, such as chemistry, machine learning, etc. One of the best features of this course is that you do not require any technical background to get started.

Understanding Quantum Computers
“Understanding Quantum Computers”, Keio University on FutureLearn, is an excellent course to get hands-on experience in the field of quantum computing. This 4-week long course supports a heap of features such as –the course being free, subtitles for the videos, in Japanese and Thai.

Physical Basics of Quantum computing
This quantum computing course, offered by Saint Petersburg State University and taught by Kirill S. Tikhonov, Tatiana Yu. Golubeva, Vashukevich Evgeny, and Ivan Vybornyi, cover all the basic concepts of quantum mechanics. Here, you will also learn to master the mathematical apparatus of quantum mechanics. It is a free course and is available on Coursera.

Exploring Quantum Physics
If you are in search of an intermediate/advanced quantum computing course, then your search ends here. “Exploring Quantum Physics”, a 4-week course from the University of Maryland, is all that you need!

Architecture, Algorithms, and Protocols of a Quantum Computer and Quantum Internet
This comprehensive quantum computing developer course offered by the Delft University of Technology on edX, will help you gain knowledge about the building blocks of a quantum internet. This free course walks you through topics like micro-architectures, programming languages, compilers, quantum internet, and its importance, etc.

Applied Quantum computing I: Fundamentals
As the name suggests, “Applied Quantum computing I: Fundamentals” covers fundamental principles of quantum mechanics and how they can be applied to quantum information processing models in the present times.  This quantum computing course (on edX) is offered by Purdue University and is 5 week long.

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