Quantum entanglement and cryptographic and computation primitives
- Project Identification
- Project Period
- 1/2006 - 12/2008
- Investor / Pogramme / Project type
Czech Science Foundation
- Postdoctoral projects
- MU Faculty or unit
- Faculty of Informatics
- quantum cryptography, quantum entanglement, quantum information theory
The goal of this project is to analyze fundamental properties and applications of quantum information processing. The main focus will be on the following three areas.
The first one is the analysis of existing quantum cryptographic primitives and design of new primitives. The second area is the analysis of the role of quantum entanglement in quantum primitives such as quantum communication protocols, quantum cryptographic protocols, quantum error correction codes and others. The third area is analysis of quantum computational primitives, namely of the role of entanglement as a computational primitie and resource for quantum computing and communication.
The goal of this project is to analyze fundamental properties and applications of quantum information processing.
Total number of publications: 7
Year: 2009, type: Workshop
ON THE POWER OF QUANTUM TAMPER-PROOF DEVICES
International Journal of Quantum Information, year: 2008, volume: 6, edition: 2
Anonymous transmission of quantum information
First International Conference on Quantum, Nano, and Micro Technologies (ICQNM'07), year: 2007
Year: 2007, type: Workshop
Optimality of private quantum channels
Journal of Physics A, year: 2007, volume: 40, edition: 20
Year: 2006, type: Workshop
SECOQC node keystore module and crypto engine