Richard Preston is a lead engineer at the MITRE Corporation. He graduated Tufts University in 2019 with an MS in Electrical Engineering and BS in Computer Engineering. Since then, Richard has worked on R&D projects spanning a wide variety of technology areas, including network security, machine learning, cloud & edge computing, IT automation, software engineering, and quantum computing. Currently, he leads a research effort aimed at helping software engineers apply quantum algorithms to real-world problems. Richard has taught quantum software development at MITRE, MIT’s Beaver Works Summer Institute, and IEEE Boston, and is passionate about helping to grow the quantum-capable workforce.
Courses taught by Richard Preston
Welcome to Intro to Quantum Software Development. This is the first part of the course, which covers the prerequisite knowledge and skills needed to dive into the unfamiliar world of quantum computing. It consists of three units: Background Math, Classical Computing, . . .