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       * **Quantum algorithms 2**: We'll discuss some of the more advanced quantum algorithms and see how they can be used to break classical cryptography. Presentation can be found [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day4/​presentation2.pdf|here]].       * **Quantum algorithms 2**: We'll discuss some of the more advanced quantum algorithms and see how they can be used to break classical cryptography. Presentation can be found [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day4/​presentation2.pdf|here]].
    - Friday, 19 Aug    - Friday, 19 Aug
-      * **Liquid lab**: Implementing and testing quantum algorithms in Liquid. The labsheet can be found [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​labsheet.pdf|here]] and the source files we'll use are [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​Lab_2a.fsx|here]] and [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​Lab_2b.fsx|here]]. We're also going to use a library of black box functions which can be found here [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​blackBox.dll|here]]. In part 2 we're going to implement Grover'​s algorithm, for which you can find a description [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​grover.pdf|here]]. Solutions can be found [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​Lab_2b_sol.fsx|here]] and [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​Lab_2b_sol.fsx|here]]. Paper on which our bomb detector is based on can be found [[https://​arxiv.org/​abs/​1404.1507|here]].+      * **Liquid lab**: Implementing and testing quantum algorithms in Liquid. The labsheet can be found [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​labsheet.pdf|here]] and the source files we'll use are [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​Lab_2a.fsx|here]] and [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​Lab_2b.fsx|here]]. We're also going to use a library of black box functions which can be found here [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​blackBox.dll|here]]. In part 2 we're going to implement Grover'​s algorithm, for which you can find a description [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​grover.pdf|here]]. Solutions can be found [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​Lab_2a_sol.fsx|here]] and [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day5/​Lab_2b_sol.fsx|here]]. Paper on which the bomb detector is based on can be found [[https://​arxiv.org/​abs/​1404.1507|here]].
    - Monday, 22 Aug    - Monday, 22 Aug
       * **Quantum entanglement**:​ One of the most interesting concepts in quantum mechanics, referred to by Einstein as "​spooky action at a distance"​. We'll try to understand what it's about and why it's so spooky. Presentation can be found [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day6/​part1.pdf|here]].       * **Quantum entanglement**:​ One of the most interesting concepts in quantum mechanics, referred to by Einstein as "​spooky action at a distance"​. We'll try to understand what it's about and why it's so spooky. Presentation can be found [[http://​swarm.cs.pub.ro/​~agheorghiu/​QW2/​Day6/​part1.pdf|here]].
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