Zines are short, comic-book-style pamphlets that fit on an 8.5”x11” piece of paper and intended for general non-expert, informal learners. The zines cover a number of quantum computing topics ranging from superposition to quantum notation. These begin with analogies accessible to a broad audience and progress to one detailed insight into quantum algorithms, gates, and/or quantum hardware.
Created by: Computer scientists and artists as part of an NSF-funded grant EPIQC. Co-PI Diana Franklin leads the Zines creation team.