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Microsoft: Quantum Computing

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Heard of this whole ‘Quantum Computing’ thing but don’t know what all the fuss is about? Want to learn more about what makes quantum computers so special and how Q# can help? This session will explore quantum computing from the ground up (no previous knowledge required) and give an introduction to how Microsoft’s Quantum Development Kit can help us bring theory to life.

Anita Ramanan graduated from UCL in 2014 with an MSci in Natural Sciences: Atomic and Particle Physics and Physical Chemistry (TL;DR: Quantum Mechanics). Since then, she has been working at Microsoft and is now a Software Engineer focusing on the Internet of Things (particularly as it relates to healthcare), Xamarin, Power BI and Quantum Computing.

NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRD . FEEL FREE TO BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE PART IN THE CODING ACTIVITY !

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