The Quantum Computing Fundamentals Program is a comprehensive program consisting of two courses. Each course runs for four weeks, resulting in a total program duration of 8 weeks. Here is an overview of the courses included in the program:

Course 1: Introduction to Quantum Computing and its Applications (4 weeks) This course provides an introduction to the principles and practical applications of quantum computing. You will explore the history of classical and quantum computing, understand the fundamental differences between classical and quantum computation, and learn about the core principles and practical applications of quantum computing. The course will also examine the business, engineering, science, and technology implications of quantum computing.

Course 2: Quantum Computing Algorithms for Cybersecurity, Chemistry, and Optimization (4 weeks) Building on the foundation established in Course 1, this course delves deeper into the applications of quantum computing in specific fields. You will explore realworld examples of quantum computing in cybersecurity, chemistry, and process optimization. The course will cover topics such as quantum cryptography, quantum simulation, and quantum optimization. You will gain a deeper understanding of the current approaches and potential of quantum computing in these areas.
By completing both courses, you will have completed the full Quantum Computing Fundamentals Program.