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Can anyone refer me to a good video resource for quantum computing? I found this post helpful Currently, what are the best structured courses available online on quantum computing?, but Vazirani's youtube course has many videos deleted.

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Artur Ekert is in the process of posting video lectures from his course in Oxford.... https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkespgaZN4gmu0nWNmfMflVRqw0VPkCGH

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John Preskill posted his lectures from the first term of Quantum Computing course, Ph/CS 219A Quantum Computation, at CalTech here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0ojjrEqIyPy-1RRD8cTD_lF1hflo89Iu

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Ryan O'Donnell recorded a semester of lectures (mostly on a chalkboard) at Carnegie Mellon.

Sevag Gharibian has an introductory course as well as an intermediate/advanced course from the Paderborn University here; these I believe were recorded on his webcam for uploading to Paderborn's students initially and then to YouTube later.

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Nathan Wiebe lectures cover the more recent quantum algorithms such as QSVT and Qubitization in addition to the standard material.

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  • $\begingroup$ Great! He quickly gets to topics just nearly outside my ken. $\endgroup$ May 28, 2023 at 0:58

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