September 19-21, 2023
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Wednesday, September 20 • 14:40 - 15:20
Alternative Introduction to Quantum Computers - Konrad Gawda, Orange Polska

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Quantum Computers are typically explained by scientists, using language that focuses on scientific research. Konrad thinks this story may be told differently, from a programmer's point of view. The presentation will cover Quantum Computation essentials based on general programming knowledge. Qiskit Python library will be used for examples. Konrad will explain why Quantum Computers are so powerful and what is the nature of their limitations. Konrad already delivered this presentation on Warsaw IT Days (on Warsaw University of Technology) in Polish language. This version of presentation will be extended with real hardware use (AWS Braket).

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Konrad Gawda

Cloud Evangelist, Orange Polska
Cloud Evangelist, Python programmer and trainer, Warsaw Python community member, author of patents. Worked with deployments of Open Stack and Software Defined Network. Done master thesis based on Linux Kernel modifications (networking stack), then started a career in Orange Labs... Read More →

Wednesday September 20, 2023 14:40 - 15:20 CEST
Room 0E-2 (Floor 0)
  Open Source On-Ramp