We have prepared some guidance on how to use the simulator and the processor, and some experiments that you may want to try for yourselves.
We have also collected some interesting resources that you may want to have a look at and discover more about quantum physics. This includes materials for High School students as well as those studying physics and mathematics at university. This is not an exhaustive list, we’d be happy to add links to other good materials, it would also be great to hear from you about your experience of using this site – just email us your comments and links using the address below.
- Quantum in the Cloud how-to guide (PDF, 414kB)
- Kansas State University (teaching Quantum Physics to non-science students)
- University of Colorado Boulder
- Open source physics
- QuVis: The University of St Andrews Quantum Mechanics Visualisation project
- IOP - The Age of the Qubit (PDF, 4,867kB)
- Quantum Computing Playground - Google App