| 15 | **Summary:** |

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| 17 | Would you like to create (virtual) qubits and perform measurements on them using Python? Perhaps even explore entanglement and quantum teleportation? If so, this tutorial is for you! |

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| 19 | No previous quantum mechanics experience required. It will be helpful to be comfortable with Python and only a little scared of matrix multiplication. |

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| 21 | **Detailed description** |

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| 23 | The goal of the talk is for everyone to: |

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| 25 | * Understand what a qubit is |

| 26 | * Be able to create a 1-qubit state |

| 27 | * Be able to measure a 1-qubit state |

| 28 | * Be able to create a 2-qubit state |

| 29 | * Be able to create an entangled 2-qubit state |

| 30 | * Be able to measure part of an entangled state |

| 31 | * Be able to teleport part a qubit using an entangled state |

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| 33 | To each of these please add "in Python with QuTiP" and "with a good understanding of what they're doing". |

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| 35 | The target audience is people who are: |

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| 37 | * interested in quantum mechanics but are not experts |

| 38 | * comfortable with Python basics |

| 39 | * only a little scared of matrix multiplication (have learnt it at some point, even if they don't remember it well now) |

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| 41 | QuTiP and Python are pretty good at doing lots of matrix multiplication, so don't worry to much if you don't quite meet the last requirement! ;) |

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