Quantum composer: A programmable quantum visualization and simulation tool for education and research

@article{Ahmed2020QuantumCA,
  title={Quantum composer: A programmable quantum visualization and simulation tool for education and research},
  author={Shaeema Zaman Ahmed and Jesper Hasseriis Mohr Jensen and C. Weidner and J. J. S{\o}rensen and M. Mudrich and J. Sherson},
  journal={arXiv: Physics Education},
  year={2020}
}
Making quantum mechanical equations and concepts come to life through interactive simulation and visualization are commonplace for augmenting learning and teaching. However, graphical visualizations nearly always exhibit a set of hard-coded functionalities while corresponding text-based codes offer a higher degree of flexibility at the expense of steep learning curves or time investments. We introduce Quantum Composer, which allows the user to build, expand, or explore quantum mechanical… Expand
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