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Quantum Information Science: The new frontier in quantum computation, secure communication, and sensing

Klaus Petritsch

448 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Quantum Information Science: The New Frontier in Quantum Computation, Secure Communication, and Sensing examines various aspects of quantum information science with various computing components. It includes the meaning and current status of Quantum-Computing Algorithms, machine learning, Secure communication and Sensing. Provide the reader with the insights into the new frontier in the field of quantum communication, so as to understand the theoretical framework of the complexities faced during this kind of communication along with its entanglement.
Author Bio
Klaus obtained his PhD in science after working as research assistant at the University of Cambridge, UK. He published over 20 papers, gave presentations to large international science audiences, taught physics, and trained technical staff in a Silicon Valley solar energy start up. In Finland, a global leader in education, Klaus complemented his degrees with certificates in vocational teaching, instructional design, and eLearning. He regularly conducts workshops on learning at one of Finland’s leading universities in teacher education and freelances as learning consultant, editor and instructional designer.