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Single Photon Source Simulation in Qiskit?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/QuantumComputing | 1 Apr 2023
Which programming language is best to simulate a quantum computer?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/AskPhysics | 25 Jan 2023
I think Python would be a more mainstream choice and so you'll find modules like qiskit or [qutip(https://qutip.org/) already exist and will make life easier.
How much would I benefit if I started working on my coding skills before uni?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/AskPhysics | 24 Jan 2023
If you want to be a bit more physics-focused in your coding, it might help to dig up a course or textbook on numerical methods in physics. Being able to numerically solve differential equations is probably the most generally applicable skill in physics. Machine learning methods are pretty ''hot right now'' and might be fun to have a look into. And for quantum technology in particular, you might enjoy having a look at some python packages like Kwant for quantum transport, QuTiP for quantum dynamics and Qiskit for quantum computing. You won't understand the physics for this for quite some time, they might help serve as a bit of inspiration and an indication as to what physicists can use programming for.
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qutip/qutip is an open source project licensed under BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License which is an OSI approved license.
The primary programming language of QuTiP is Python.