1st Edition

Introduction to Quantum Computing

By Ahmed Banafa Copyright 2023
    52 Pages
    by River Publishers

    This book explores quantum computing as a transformative technology and its applications in cryptography, teleportation, IoT, AI, Blockchain, and the futurist concept of quantum internet. It explains the fundamentals of quantum computing and how it’s different from classic computing. The challenges facing quantum computing will be discussed, and the types of quantum computing will be introduced and explained. The concept and types of Qubit and its implications on quantum computing applications will be explained.

    1. What is Quantum Computing?

    2. Quantum Cryptography

    3. Quantum Internet

    4. Quantum teleportation

    5. Quantum Computing and IoT

    6. Quantum Computing and Blockchain: Myths and Facts

    7. Quantum Computing and AI: A Mega-Buzzword

    8. Quantum Computing Trends


    Professor Ahmed Banafa has extensive experience in research, operations and management, with a focus on IoT, Blockchain, Cybersecurity and AI. He is the recipient of the Certificate of Honor from the City and County of San Francisco and Author & Artist Award 2019 of San Jose State University. He was named as No. 1 tech voice to follow, technology fortune teller and influencer by LinkedIn in 2018, his research has featured on Forbes, IEEE and MIT Technology Review, and he has been interviewed by ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, BBC, NPR, Washington Post, and Fox. He is a member of the MIT Technology Review Global Panel. He is the author of the book Secure and Smart Internet of Things (IoT) using Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence (AI) which won three awards – the San Jose State University Author and Artist Award, One of the Best Technology Books of all Time Award, and One of the Best AI Models Books of All Time Award. His second book was Blockchain Technology and Applications, which won San Jose State University Author and Artist, One of the Best New Private Blockchain Books and is used at Stanford University and other prestigious schools in the USA. His most recent book is Quantum Computing. He studied Electrical Engineering at Lehigh University, Cybersecurity at Harvard University and Digital Transformation at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).