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And so we come to the end of the course. First off, we have to thank you, the learner, for sticking with us through several intensive weeks of learning. To start with, we studied some basic ideas of computer science and physics. In particular, we spent a lot of time working on waves. Now that you are familiar with the concept of better seeing interference everywhere you look. Then, we went on to study some quantum computing algorithms, learned about quantum computing hardware and even the new budding quantum information technology industry. This field is changing practically everyday. We hope you’ll continue building on what you’ve learned in this course and continue studying quantum computing.
In fact, we hope you will come to Keio’s Shonan Fujisawa campus and study here with us, but if you can’t make it to Fujisawa, we have included a list of resources in the next step. See you in our next course.

長い間、量子コンピューティングに必要な技術は人間の能力を超越していました。 David Winelandが率いる米国国立標準技術研究所(NIST)、フランスのSerge Harocheの研究は、2012年のノーベル物理学賞を受賞しました。 簡単に言うと、Winelandは光を使って原子を制御する方法で受賞し、Harocheは原子を使って光を制御する方法で受賞しました。


私たちはあなたにとってこのコースの終わりが量子コンピューティングに関わる機会の終わりになるのではなく、量子コンピューティングへの関心と研究の始まりとなることを願っています。 研究者としての私たちだけでなく、多くの人々にとって、量子技術は21世紀の基本的なパラダイムシフトの1つになることはますます明白になっています!ぜひ参加しましょう!


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