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  • General QSC meeting / Scientific day

    This year the QSC general meeting will be held in Leiden on December 19th.

     

    A number of speakers from within the different research themes will give presentations based

    on their specific expertise. Besides being interesting from a scientific point of view, this meeting will also be an

    excellent opportunity to strengthen the QSC network.

     

    We start with a lunch and end with a festive get-together.

     

    REGISTRATION

    The event will be held at the Nieuwe Energie in Leiden and participation is free after registration.

    The number of places is limited, so registration is mandatory!

    You can register by email to office@quantumsc.nl. Please mention your name and your affiliation.

     

    PROGRAM

    12.00-12.45   

    Registration + lunch buffet.

     

    12.45-13.00   

    Opening.

     

    13.00-13.10   

    Christian Schaffner (University of Amsterdam/QuSoft)

    Update Talent & Outreach Committee.

     

    13.10-13.40   

    Vedran Dunjko (Leiden University)

    From quantum machine learning to quantum AI.

     

    13.40-14.10    

    Wolfgang Löffler (Leiden University)

    Solid-state cavity QED and quantum photonics.

     

    14.10-14.40    

    Stefan Bäuml (Delft University of Technology/QuTech)

    Linear programs for entanglement and key distribution in the quantum internet.

     

    14.40-15.25    

    Break with coffee/tea.

    15.25-16.00     

     

    Serge Fehr (Leiden University/CWI)

    Zero-knowledge proofs with classical and with quantum adversaries.

     

    16.00-16.45     

    Stephanie Wehner  (Delft University of Technology/QuTech)

    TBD.

     

    16.45-16.50      

    Closing.

     

    16.50-18.00     

    Buffet, drinks & toast.

     

     

     

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  • Quantum Cryptography Online Course

    How can you tell a secret when everyone is able to listen in? In this course, you will learn how to use quantum effects, such as quantum entanglement and uncertainty, to implement cryptographic tasks with levels of security that are impossible to achieve classically.

    This interdisciplinary course is an introduction to the exciting field of quantum cryptography, developed in collaboration between QuTech at Delft University of Technology and the California Institute of Technology.

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