School of Electronics, Communications, and Computer Engineering

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST)

CSE615

Introduction to Quantum Computing and

Quantum Information

Lecturers:

**Mohsen Ghali, Ahmed El-Mahdy, and
Hossam Shalaby**

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- Syllabus.
Part 1 (Ahmed El-Mahdy) - Introduction to Computing Science.
- Quantum Circuits Operation.
- Quantum Key Algorithms.
Part 2 (Mohsen Ghali) - Introduction to Quantum Mechanics.
- Quantum Computers.
Part 3 (Hossam Shalaby) - Introduction.
- Classical Information Theory.
- Quantum Information Theory.
- Recent Developments in Quantum Information Theory.

- M. A. Nielsen and I. L. Chuang, Quantum Computation and Quantum Information: 10th Anniversary. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

- D. C. Marinescu and G. M. Marinescu, Classical and Quantum Information. Burlington, MA: Academic Press, 2012.
- E. B. Guedes, F. M. de Assis, and R. A. Medeiros, Quantum Zero-Error Information Theory. Switzerland: Springer, 2016.

**Teaching hours per week:**- Lectures: 2 hrs.
- Tutorials and Labs: 1 hr.
**Distribution of a total mark of 100:**- Midterm exam (20 marks): 1.5 hrs, closed book exam.
- Class work and Lab. assessment (40 marks).
- Assignments and quizzes: 20 marks.
- Term paper (project) and presentation: 20 marks
- Final exam (40 marks): 3 hrs, closed book exam.