Lecture 1 - Introduction - Motivation and Overview

Lecture 2 - Introduction - Technical Details

Lecture 3 - Introduction - Basic tools

Lecture 4 - Computational Tools

Lecture 5 - Quantum Measurement and Teleportation

Lecture 6 - Quantum Teleportation and Cryptography

Lecture 7 - DJ Algorithm and Implementation Aspects

Lecture 8 - Grover's Algorithm

Lecture 9 - Basics of Shor's Algorithm

Lecture 10 - Shor's Algorithm and Quantum Fourier Transform (QFT)

Lecture 11 - Basics of Quantum Mechanics

Lecture 12 - Modern look at Quantum Mechanics

Lecture 13 - Basics of NMR

Lecture 14 - Concepts in NMR Quantum Computing

Lecture 15 - Laser Basics

Lecture 16 - Continuous Wave Lasers

Lecture 17 - Pulsed Lasers

Lecture 18 : Optical Implementation 'Linear Approach

Lecture 19 : Various Aspects of Linear Optical Quantum Computing

Lecture 20 : Laser Experimental Implementation for Grover's Algorithm

Lecture 21 - Optical Implementation

Lecture 22 - Solutions to problem set - 1

Lecture 23 - Basics of Ion Traps

Lecture 24 - Applications of Ion Traps in QIQC

Lecture 25 - Reviewing Concepts and clarifying problems - 1

Lecture 26 - Reviewing Concepts and clarifying problems - 2

Lecture 27 - Qubits used in Commercial Quantum Computing

Lecture 28 - Spintronics Quantum Computing

Lecture 29 - Back to Basics - I

Lecture 30 - Back to Basics - II

Lecture 31 - Understanding Implementation Issues from the Basics - I

Lecture 32 - Understanding Implementation Issues from the Basics - II

Lecture 33 - Implementation with Solid-State Super conducting Qubits

Lecture 34 - Concept of Density Matrix for Quantum Computing

Lecture 35 - Understanding the ensemble of Qubits from Density Matrix

Lecture 36 - Understanding Quantum Measurement, Entanglement etc. in Quantum Computing using Density Matrix

Lecture 37 - Principles: Quantum Mechanics and Computers

Lecture 38 - Measurements: Single vs Ensemble Averaged

Lecture 39 - Working of Quantum Computers: NMR QC

Lecture 40 - Academic Development in Quantum Computing - I

Lecture 41 - Academic Development in Quantum Computing - II

Lecture 42 - Commercial Development in Quantum Computing Implementation

Lecture 43 - Use of Atomic Quibts in Quantum Computing

Lecture 44 - Futuristic Aspects in Implementing Quantum Computing - I

Lecture 45 - Futuristic Aspects in Implementing Quantum Computing - II