### Faculty Member

Our goal is to test a quantum device which implements a permutation of n numbers. Such a quantum device can not be opened so we have to come up with a test where we determine certain tuning parameters, input configurations and a final measurement. The first goal of this IGL is to understand the meaning of `quantum circuit', `measurement', `test', and with the students help simulation. Our main tool here are qubit gates given by rotations. On the other hand, we have to tackle a mathematical problem with predicts the out of a randomized channel and show that with high probability we obtain the predicted outcome. As a byproduct we will learn how to write quantum circuits in tex.

### Undergrad Prerequisites

Some basic linear algebra and probability appear to be natural requirements, but may be compensated by basic quantum mechanics.