Starting on November 29, 2023 Qiskit’s learning experience will only live on IBM Quantum
We are building a new home for the Qiskit Textbook on IBM Quantum, and we will be migrating courses and tutorials over the coming months. After November 29, 2023, you can continue to access this page’s content on the Qiskit Github.
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Quantum computing is a big topic and working out where to start can be difficult. In this interactive textbook, the content is organised into courses with clear prerequisites and end goals. If you’re looking for something specific, you can browse all content, and if you can’t find what you’re looking for you can ask the community on Slack.
These pages are not part of a course, but contain useful reference material.
Already understand quantum computing? These tutorials will show you how to use qiskit to do the thing you want to do.
The Qiskit Global Summer Schools are one-of-a-kind sequences that takes students from beginner level to solving advanced quantum problems on a quantum computer. These two-week courses are designed to empower the next generation of quantum developers with the knowledge to explore quantum applications on their own.
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You can add any of these pre made curated syllabi to your classroom section to edit and share by clicking on the syllabus and choosing “Add to Profile”
Want to create your own?Go to the syllabus tool
Quantum Computing with Superconducting Qubits
Instructor: Jay Gambetta
University: IBM Quantum
Introduction to Quantum Algorithms
Instructor: Peter Shor
University: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Preparing for the Qiskit developer certification exam
Instructor: James L. Weaver
University: IBM Quantum
The Qiskit Documentation is the right place for you if you are looking for the installation guide, release notes, or API references.
If you need support on anything relating to using and developing Qiskit, you can use the following forums to direct your issue / queries to the appropriate audience.
The Slack community is a great place to engage in discussion on research and quantum development.
This program helps teachers in the growing quantum field connect with one another, and provides the learning resources, tools, and systems access they need to provide quality educational experiences.