An international publishing company Springer published a book called “Concise Guide to Quantum Computing. Algorithms, Exercises, and Implementations” by Sergey Kurgalin, Head of the Department of Digital Technologies of the Faculty of Computer Sciences, and Sergey Borzunov, Associate Professor at the Department of Digital Technologies. The book was published in the Texts in Computer Sciences series.
The textbook considers the problems of quantum computing and is intended for courses associated with information and communications technologies. It demonstrates the connection between the quantum theory, computer science, and the theory of computation. The textbook contains basic theoretical concepts and examples of practical problems with detailed solutions, as well as exercises of various degree of complexity. It also reflects the latest advances in teaching methods. The authors use large number of pictures and diagrams to illustrate the material.
The textbook is intended for university students and lecturers and can be used for lectures, practical and laboratory training, as well as for self-study. It provides knowledge required for solving problems associated with quantum algorithms, and can serve as a reference book on quantum computing. The high position and authority of Springer demonstrates that the level of training at the Faculty of Computer Sciences complies with the international university standards.