• Dr. Muhammad Adnan Siddique University of Agriculture, Faisalabad
  • Prof. Maria Lopez School of Computer Science, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Keywords: Quantum computing, entanglement, qubits, algorithms, Shor's algorithm, Grover's search algorithm, applications, challenges, future prospects


The rise of quantum computing promises to revolutionize our understanding of information processing and computational power. At its core lies the enigmatic phenomenon of entanglement, where two quantum particles become inextricably linked, sharing a single quantum state regardless of distance. This article delves into the heart of quantum computing, exploring the theoretical principles of entanglement and its practical applications in computation. We begin by unraveling the mysteries of entanglement, examining its counterintuitive nature and its profound implications for quantum information. Subsequently, we explore the architectural underpinnings of quantum computers, highlighting the challenges of qubit control and error correction. Further, we delve into the algorithmic landscape of quantum computation, showcasing powerful algorithms like Shor's factoring algorithm and Grover's search algorithm that offer exponential speedups over classical counterparts for specific tasks. Finally, we assess the current state of quantum computing research and development, identifying key areas of progress and potential near-term and long-term applications across diverse fields, from materials science and drug discovery to cryptography and financial modeling. This article concludes by emphasizing the profound implications of quantum computing and its potential to reshape our world, urging continued research and development to unlock the full potential of this transformative technology.

How to Cite
Dr. Muhammad Adnan Siddique, & Prof. Maria Lopez. (2023). QUANTUM COMPUTING: UNLEASHING THE POWER OF ENTANGLEMENT FOR COMPUTATION. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 7(4), 30-40. Retrieved from http://ijcst.com.pk/index.php/IJCST/article/view/412