I am currently learning Computing Theory at university, and we were on the topic of Turing-Decidability, Recognizability, etc. Showing that a problem is undecidable with Turing machines due to reductions got me thinking about all the Quantum Computer craze.
As such my question is as follows
Does there exist some language L that is not decidable by a Turing Machine, but is decidable by a quantum computer?
My hunch is no, as from what I understand about Quantum Computers, you can simulate them (albeit slower) using a Turing Machine. However my knowledge of Quantum Computing is limited to a 1.5 hour lecture from Microsoft on YouTube, and I would assume there was a lot more in the way of recent developments that I am not knowledgeable enough to understand