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Review Paper on Quantum Algorithms

Project by Polygence alum Ahmet Tunga

Quantum Algorithms

Project's result

Ahmet uploaded his paper on Github and plans to submit it to an official publication soon.

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Ahmet was interested in quantum mechanics and the new pathways it provides for performing computations. There are a wide range of problems wherein quantum approaches offer potential for solutions that classical machines could reach with greater difficulty. Ahmet's review paper offers a detailed breakdowns of the first introduced quantum algorithm Deutsch-Jozsa, and the first quantum algorithm proven to be faster than classical algorithms, Grover’s Algorithm. It also includes a side-by-side comparison of the quantum algorithms and its classical counterparts.



Polygence mentor

PhD Doctor of Philosophy




Particle colliders, Coding in physics, Dark matter

Ahmet Tunga

Ahmet Tunga


Ahmet is an 18 year-old student from Istanbul, Turkey.


Cevre College

Graduation Year


Project review

“When we were going over the quantum algorithms, there were parts I had difficulty in understanding, but my mentor Daniel helped me better comprehend parts that require an advanced level of math. He did the same for other steps that I needed help with. The guidance Daniel provided was priceless, and after a few weeks I couldn't believe I was working on quantum algorithms that seemed impossible to understand at the beginning. I am very thankful for his mentorship and I could not expect a better experience!”