Scientific Program

List of Confirmed Speakers


  • Johannes A. Buchmann (Technical University of Darmstadt)
  • Iordanis Kerenidis (Universite Paris Diderot)
  • Hugues De Riedmatten (ICFO)
  • Akihisa Tomita (Hokkaido University)

Keynote Speaker

  • Nicolas Gisin (Universite de Geneve)

Invited Speakers

  • Erika Andersson (Heriot-Watt University)
  • Liang Jiang (Yale University)
  • Yael Tauman Kalai (Microsoft)
  • Carl A. Miller (University of Michigan)
  • Michele Mosca (IQC, University of Waterloo)
  • Graeme Smith (IBM Research)
  • Mark Thomson (University of Bristol)
  • Rupert Ursin (IQOQI, University of Vienna)
  • Hugo Zbinden (Universite de Geneve)

After-dinner talk

  • Yoshihisa Yamamoto (NII)

Public Lectures

  • Artur Ekert (University of Oxford/Singapore National University)
  • Kae Nemoto (National Institute of Informatics)

Summary talk

  • Charles H. Bennett (IBM Research)
  • Gilles Brassard (Universite de Montreal)


Program at a glance

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Full Program

(as of 4th Sept., 2015)

Sunday 27th September
17:00-20:00 Welcome Reception
Monday 28th September
9:30- UQCC
12:30- Lunch
Chair: Gilles Brassard
14:00- Keynote Quantum Cryptography: where do we stand?
Nicolas GisinnotebookAbstract
14:45- Contributed 1 Towards a North American QKD Backbone with Certifiable Security
Nino Walenta, Dario Caselunghe, Sylvain Chuard, Mathias Domergue, Michael Hagerman, Randall Hart, Don Hayford, Raphaël Houlmann, Matthieu Legré, Todd McCandlish, Laurent Monat, Alex Morrow, Grégoire Ribordy, Damien Stucki, Maurice Tourville, Patrick Trinkler and Rick Wolterman.notebookAbstract
15:05- Contributed 2 Multiplexing of Quantum Key Distribution and Gigabit Passive Optical Networks
Bernd Fröhlich, James F Dynes, Marco Lucamarini, Andrew W Sharpe, Simon W-B Tam, Zhiliang Yuan and Andrew J Shields.
15:25- Contributed 3 Detector-device-independent quantum key distribution: From proof of principle to a high speed implementation
Boris Korzh, Alberto Boaron, Charles Ci Wen Lim, Anthony Martin, Gianluca Boso, Raphael Houlmann, Felix Bussieres, Rob Thew and Hugo Zbinden.notebookAbstract
15:45- Coffee Break
Chair: Lev Vaidman
16:15- Contributed 4 All-photonic quantum repeaters
Koji Azuma, Kiyoshi Tamaki and Hoi-Kwong Lo.
16:35- Contributed 5 Unstructured QKD
Patrick Coles and Norbert Lutkenhaus.notebookAbstract
16:55- Contributed 6 Benchmarking the utility of a quantum channel for secure communications
David Elkouss and Sergii Strelchuk.notebookAbstract
17:15 Contributed 7 Designing Quantum Networks from the ground up: starting small and scaling up
Bill Munro, Michael Trupke, Simon Devitt, Jorg Schmiedmayer and Kae Nemoto.
17:35- Break
18:30-19:40 Public Lecture Kae Nemoto
Artur Ekert
Tuesday 29th September
Chair: Christian Schaffner
9:30- Tutorial 1 Cryptographic primitives for quantum networks
Iordanis KerenidisnotebookAbstract
10:50- Coffee Break
Chair: Stephanie Wehner
11:20- Invited 1 Randomness Extraction beyond the Classical World
Kai-Min ChungnotebookAbstract
11:55- Contributed 8 Quantum homomorphic encryption for circuits of low T-gate complexity
Anne Broadbent and Stacey Jeffery.notebookAbstract
12:15- Contributed 9 Non-interactive zero-knowledge proofs in the quantum random oracle model
Dominique Unruh.notebookAbstract
12:35- Conference Photo
Chair: Gerald Buller
14:10- Invited 2 Quantum optics experiments in space (canceled)
Rupert UrsinnotebookAbstract
14:45- Contributed 10 Ultrabroadband Quantum-Secured Communication
Quntao Zhuang, Zheshen Zhang, Justin Dove, Franco Wong and Jeffrey Shapiro.
15:05- Contributed 11 Proof-of-principle demonstration of modified Ping-Pong protocol on telecom fiber
Hua Chen, Zhi-Yuan Zhou, Alaa Jubbar Jumaah, Yun-Guang Han, Juan Wu, Zhen-Qiang Yin, Shuang Wang, Wei Chen and Zheng-Fu Han.
15:25- Contributed 12 Spatial-mode detector efficiency mismatch security loophole in free-space QKD
Poompong Chaiwongkhot, Shihan Sajeed, Jean-Philippe Bourgoin, Thomas Jennewein, Norbert Lutkenhaus and Vadim Makarov.notebookAbstract
15:45- Coffee Break
16:15-18:00 Poster & Exhibition with Refreshments
Wednesday 30th September
Chair: Vadim Makarov
9:30- Tutorial 2 Toward a security certificated communication systems
Akihisa TomitanotebookAbstract
10:50- Coffee Break
Chair: Momtchil Peev
11:20- Invited 3 Integrated Photonic Technologies for Quantum Communications
Mark ThompsonnotebookAbstract
11:55-12:15 Contributed 13 Proof-of-principle test of continuous-variable quantum key distribution in free-space atmospheric channel
Vladyslav Usenko, Christian Peuntinger, Ivan Derkach, Bettina Heim, Christoph Marquardt, Radim Filip and Gerd Leuchs.notebookAbstract
Lab Tour / Free Afternoon
Thursday 1st October
Chair: Eleni Diamanti
9:30- Tutorial 3 Quantum Repeaters
Hugues De RiedmattennotebookAbstract
10:50- Coffee break
Chair: Jeffrey H. Shapiro
11:20- Invited 4 Efficient long distance quantum communication
Liang JiangnotebookAbstract
11:55- Contributed 14 An entangled-LED driven quantum relay over 1km
Christiana Varnava, R. M. Stevenson, Jonas Nilsson, Joanna Skiba-Szymanska, Branislav Dzurnak, Marco Lucamarini, Ian Farrer, David A. Ritchie, Richard V. Penty and Andrew Shields.
12:15- Contributed 15 Long range QKD with time and frequency multiplexing in broadband solid state memories
Hari Krovi, Saikat Guha, Christopher Fuchs, Zachary Dutton, Joshua Slater, Christoph Simon and Wolfgang Tittel.notebookAbstract
12:35- Lunch
Chair: Masato Koashi
14:10- Invited 5 Unconditionally secure quantum signatures
Erika AnderssonnotebookAbstract
14:45- Contributed 16 Advances in Experimental Quantum Digital Signatures
Ross Donaldson, Robert Collins, Klaudia Kleczkowska, Ryan Amiri, Petros Wallden, Vedran Dunjko, Erika Andersson, John Jeffers and Gerald Buller.notebookAbstract
15:05- Contributed 17 Experimental Quantum Fingerprinting
Feihu Xu, Juan Miguel Arrazola, Kejin Wei, Wenyuan Wang, Pablo Palacios-Avila, Chen Feng, Shihan Sajeed, Norbert Lutkenhaus and Hoi-Kwong Lo.notebookAbstract
15:25- Contributed 18 Experimental verification of multipartite entanglement in the presence of dishonest parties
Will McCutcheon, Anna Pappa, Bryn Bell, Alex McMillan, Andre Chailloux, Thomas Lawson, Mhlambululi Mafu, Damian Markham, Eleni Diamanti, Iordanis Kerenidis, John Rarity and Mark Tame.notebookAbstract
15:45- Coffee Break
Chair: Anthony Leverrier
16:15- Invited 6 Additivity in classical and quantum Shannon theory
Graeme SmithnotebookAbstract
16:50- Contributed 19 Continuous-Variable Protocols in the Noisy-Quantum-Storage Model
Fabian Furrer, Christian Schaffner and Stephanie Wehner.notebookAbstract
17:10- Contributed 20 Semidefinite programming hierarchies for quantum adversaries
Mario Berta, Omar Fawzi and Volkher Scholz.notebookAbstract
17:30- Contributed 21 medal_redRobustness and device independence of verifiable blind quantum computing 
Alexandru Gheorghiu, Elham Kashefi and Petros Wallden.notebookAbstract
17:50-18:10 Contributed 22 Computationally binding quantum commitments
Dominique Unruh.notebookAbstract
19:00- Conference Dinner
After Dinner Talk: Yoshihisa Yamamoto
Friday 2nd October
Chair: Tsuyoshi Takagi
9:30- Tutorial 4 Post-Quantum Cryptography – an overview
Johannes A. BuchmannnotebookAbstract
10:50- Coffee Break
Chair: Yi-Kai Liu
11:20- Invited 7 Cybersecurity in an era with quantum computers: will we be ready?
Michele MoscanotebookAbstract
11:55- Contributed 23 Multi-Prover Commitments Against Non-Signaling Attacks
Serge Fehr and Max Fillinger.notebookAbstract
12:15- Contributed 24 On the Composition of Two-Prover Commitments, and Applications to Multi-Round Relativistic Commitments
Serge Fehr and Max Fillinger.notebookAbstract
12:35- Lunch
Chair: Norbert Lutkenhaus
14:10- Invited 8 Randomness expansion from untrusted quantum devices
Carl A. MillernotebookAbstract
14:45- Contributed 25 Self-Testing Quantum Random Number Generator
Nicolas Brunner, Tommaso Lunghi, Jonatan Bohr Brask, Anthony Martin, Joseph Bowles, Hugo Zbinden and Charles Ci Wen Lim.notebookAbstract
15:05- Contributed 26 Randomness amplification against no-signaling adversaries using two devices
Ravishankar Ramanathan, Fernando G. S. L. Brandao, Karol Horodecki, Michał Horodecki, Paweł Horodecki and Hanna Wojewódka.notebookAbstract
15:25- Coffee Break
Chair: Charles H. Bennett
15:55- Invited 9 Secure long-distance Quantum Key Distribution
Hugo ZbindennotebookAbstract
16:30- Hot Topic 1 Experimental loophole-free violation of a Bell inequality using entangled electron spins separated by 1.3 km
B. Hensen, H. Bernien, A. E. Dreau, A. Reiserer, N. Kalb, M. S. Blok, J. Ruitenberg, R. F. L. Vermeulen, R.N. Schouten, C. Abellan, W. Amaya, V. Pruneri, M.W. Mitchell, M. Markham, D. J. Twitchen, D. Elkouss, S. Wehner, T. H. Taminiau, and R. Hanson
16:55- Hot Topic 2 Closing the Performance Gap of Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution
L. C. Comandar, M. Lucamarini, B. Frohlich, J. F. Dynes, A. W. Sharpe,S. Tam, Z. L. Yuan, R. V. Penty, and A. J. Shields
17:10- Hot Topic 3 A hybrid security model for quantum cryptography allowing to design practical schemes for long-distance key distribution with everlasting security
Romain Alleaume
17:25- Summary Talk Charles H. Bennett
Gilles Brassard
17:55-18:00 Closing Remark



Poster Presentations

For Poster Presenters:
The Poster Session will be held on Tuesday, September 29, 16:15-18:00 at 2F, Conference Rooms 1-4.

Each poster presenter will be provided a poster panel of dimensions 210cm high x 90cm wide. When preparing your poster, please note that the poster numbers will be shown on a 20cm x 20cm card which will be posted at a left upper side of the panel.

Poster panels will be available for setting from 16:00 on September 27. Poster presenters are expected to have their posters displayed by the beginning of the session, and be available to discuss their poster for the duration of the session.

If you want to keep your poster, you must take it with you between 16:00-18:00 on October 2.
Any posters remaining after the period will be discarded.


Selected Posters:

1. Long distance measurement device independent quantum key distribution with twisted photons
Chen Dong, Shanghong Zhao and Ying SunnotebookAbstract

2. Measurement-device-independent quantum communication with an untrusted source
Feihu XunotebookAbstract

3. Long-Distance Measurement-Device-Independent Multiparty Quantum Communication
Yao Fu, Hua Lei Yin, Teng Yun Chen and Zeng Bing ChennotebookAbstract

4. Multi-partite squash operation and its application to device-independent quantum key distribution
Toyohiro Tsurumaru and Tsubasa IchikawanotebookAbstract

5. Miniature Quantum Key Distribution sender add-on for handheld devices
Gwenaelle Mélen, Markus Rau, Tobias Vogl, Giacomo Corrielli, Andrea Crespi, Roberto Osellame and Harald Weinfurter

6. Semantic Security and Indistinguishability in the Quantum World
Tommaso Gagliardoni, Andreas Hülsing and Christian SchaffnernotebookAbstract

7. Fast implementation of privacy amplication in quantum key distribution
Chun-Mei Zhang, Chao Wang, Mo Li, Hong-Wei Li, Zhen-Qiang Yin, Wei Chen and Zhen-Fu HannotebookAbstract

8. Quantum key distribution with the single-photon-added coherent source
Dong Wang, Mo Li, Zhen-Qiang Yin, Wei Chen, Zheng-Fu Han, Qin Wang and Guang-Can GuonotebookAbstract

9. Field and long-term demonstration of a wide area quantum key distribution network
Shuang Wang, Wei Chen, Zhen-Qiang Yin, Li-Jun Zhang, Guang-Can Guo and Zheng-Fu HannotebookAbstract

10. Quantum security of the Fujisaki-Okamoto transform
Ehsan Ebrahimi Targhi and Dominique UnruhnotebookAbstract

11. Quantum collision-resistance of non-uniformly distributed functions
Ehsan Ebrahimi Targhi, Gelo Tabia and Dominique UnruhnotebookAbstract

12. Finite-key security analysis of quantum key distribution with imperfect light sources
Akihiro Mizutani, Marcos Curty, Charles Ci Wen Lim, Nobuyuki Imoto and Kiyoshi TamakinotebookAbstract

13. BB84 Augmented with Weak Measurements and Immune to Detector Attacks
James TroupenotebookAbstract

14. Gap between industrial and academic solutions to implementation loopholes: testing random-gate-removal countermeasure in commercial QKD system
Anqi Huang, Shihan Sajeed, Poompong Chaiwongkhot, Mathilde Soucarros, Matthieu Legre and Vadim Makarov

15. medal_redOn the Security of Symmetric Key Ciphers against Quantum Adversaries
Marc Kaplan, Gaëtan Leurent, Anthony Leverrier and María Naya-PlasencianotebookAbstract

16. medal_redQuantum attacks against iterated block ciphers
Marc KaplannotebookAbstract

17. Security of counterfactual communication
Lev VaidmannotebookAbstract

18. Efficient Rate-Adaptive Reconciliation in Quantum Key Distribution
Patcharapong Treeviriyanupab, Tharathorn Phromsa-Ard, Jutaphet Wetcharungsri, Paramin Sangwongngam, Chun-Mei Zhang, Mo Li, Wei Chen and Zheng-Fu HannotebookAbstract

19. A Quantum Key Distribution protocol for qudits with better noise resistance.
Zoé Amblard and Francois ArnaultnotebookAbstract

20. Practical security of a quantum key distribution transmitter
Marco Lucamarini, James F. Dynes, Iris Choi, Martin B. Ward, Bernd Fröhlich, Zhiliang Yuan and Andrew J. Shields

21. Attack strategies for position-based quantum cryptography based on the Clifford Hierarchy
Kaushik Chakraborty and Anthony LeverriernotebookAbstract

22. Relativity principles in quantum cryptography: towards proven unconditional security in practical QKD
Konstantin Kravtsov, Igor Radchenko, Sergei Kulik and Sergei MolotkovnotebookAbstract

23. Error Tolerance Bound for Multi-Qubit QKD Security Against General Attack
Kyongchun Lim, Kiung Kim, Changho Suh and June-Koo Kevin Rhee

24. Safeguarding Quantum Key Distribution through Detection Randomization
Thiago Ferreira Da Silva, Gustavo Do Amaral, Guilherme Xavier, Guilherme Temporão and Jean Pierre von der WeidnotebookAbstract

25. Spectral Characterization of Weak Coherent State Sources Based on Two-Photon Interference
Thiago Ferreira Da Silva, Gustavo Do Amaral, Douglas Vitoreti, Guilherme Temporão and Jean Pierre von der WeidnotebookAbstract

26. Sifting problems in finite-size quantum key distribution
Corsin Pfister, Patrick J. Coles, Stephanie Wehner and Norbert LütkenhausnotebookAbstract

27. A Tight Lower Bound for the BB84-states Quantum-Position-Verification Protocols
Jérémy Ribeiro and Frédéric GrosshansnotebookAbstract

28. Integrated Photonic Devices for Quantum Key Distribution
Philip Sibson, Chris Erven, Mark Godfrey, Shigehito Miki, Taro Yamashita, Mikio Fujiwara, Masahide Sasaki, Hirotaka Terai, Michael Tanner, Chandra Natarajan, Robert Hadfield, Jeremy O’Brien and Mark ThompsonnotebookAbstract

29. Round-robin differential phase-shift quantum key distribution protocol with threshold detectors
Toshihiko Sasaki and Masato KoashinotebookAbstract

30. A Rigorous and Complete Proof of the Security of Quantum Key Distribution
Marco Tomamichel and Anthony LeverriernotebookAbstract

31. Quantum key distribution with floating bases and decoy states
Yury Kurochkin, Alexey Fedorov and Vladimir KurochkinnotebookAbstract

32. Tampering with source harms the security of quantum cryptography
Shihai Sun, Feihu Xu, Mu-Sheng Jiang, Xiang-Chun Ma, Hoi-Kwong Lo and Linmei LiangnotebookAbstract

33. Secure Quantum Key Distribution Network with Bell States and Local Unitary Operations
Chunyan LinotebookAbstract

34. High-Speed FPGA Implementation of LDPC Decoder for Quantum Key Distribution
Kazuaki DoinotebookAbstract

35. Security of quantum key distribution with non-I.I.D. light sources
Yuichi Nagamatsu, Akihiro Mizutani, Rikizo Ikuta, Takashi Yamamoto, Nobuyuki Imoto and Kiyoshi TamakinotebookAbstract

36. An idea for integrating QKD and modern cryptography into existing secure communication applications
Yoshimichi Tanizawa, Ririka Takahashi, Hideaki Sato and Alexander Dixon

37. Field Test of Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution
Hua-Lei Yin, Teng-Yun Chen and Qiang ZhangnotebookAbstract

38. Security hardened quantum key distribution field trial
Alexander Dixon, James Dynes, Marco Lucamarini, Bernd Fröhlich, Andrew Sharpe, Alan Plews, Simon Tam, Zhiliang Yuan, Yoshimichi Tanizawa, Hideaki Sato, Shinichi Kawamura, Mikio Fujiwara, Masahide Sasaki and Andrew Shields

39. Quantum key distribution using optical coherent states via amplitude damping
Abderrahim El Allati and Yassine HassouninotebookAbstract

40. Robust Quantum State Generation with a Dual-Parallel Modulator and Its Application for Quantum Key Distribution Systems
Yu Kadosawa, Kensuke Nakata, Akihisa Tomita and Atsushi OkamotonotebookAbstract

41. Experimental Passive Round-Robin Differential Phase-Shift Quantum Key Distribution
Jian-Yu GuannotebookAbstract

42. A scheme of optical network for quantum cryptography based on wavelength division multiplexing
Haiqiang Ma, Ruixue Li, Kejin Wei, Hongwei Liu and Wu ZhunotebookAbstract

43. Device-independent two-party cryptography
Jedrzej Kaniewski, Thomas Vidick and Stephanie WehnernotebookAbstract

44. Where does measurement uncertainty come from?
Filip Rozpedek, Jedrzej Kaniewski and Stephanie WehnernotebookAbstract

45. Highly Efficient Quantum Key Distribution Immune to All Detector Attacks
Wen-Fei Cao, Yi-Zheng Zhen, Yu-Lin Zheng, Zeng-Bing Chen, Nai-Le Liu, Kai Chen and Jian-Wei PannotebookAbstract

46. Rate-Adaptive LDPC-based Key Reconciliation for High Performance Quantum Key Distribution
Jesus Martinez-Mateo, Jose Luis Rosales and Vicente MartinnotebookAbstract

47. Countermeasure against Trojan Horse Attack for Plug and Play QKD System
Minki Woo, Byung Kwon Park, Min-Soo Lee, Yung-Su Kim, Sang-Wook Han and Sung Moon

48. Large-Alphabet Time-Frequency Quantum Key Distribution
Jasper Rödiger, Nicolas Perlot, Matthias Leifgen, Robert Elschner, Roberto Mottola, Oliver Benson and Ronald FreundnotebookAbstract

49. Measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution with Nitrogen Vacancies in Diamond
Nicolo’ Lo Piparo, Mohsen Razavi and William MunronotebookAbstract

50. High-rate measurement-device-independent quantum cryptography
Stefano Pirandola, Carlo Ottaviani, Gaetana Spedalieri, Christian Weedbrook, Samuel Braunstein, Seth Lloyd, Tobias Gehring, Christian Scheffmann Jacobsen and Ulrik Lund AndersennotebookAbstract

51. “R10″, Open Source AIT QKD software for QKD post processing
Oliver Maurhart, Christoph Pacher, Cristina Tamas, Andreas Poppe and Momtchil PeevnotebookAbstract

52. A Model and Simulation Framework for Studying Implementation Non-Idealities in QKD Systems
Logan Mailloux, Michael Grimaila, Douglas Hodson, Colin McLaughlin and Gerald BaumgartnernotebookAbstract

53. Secure Quantum Signatures Using Insecure Quantum Channels
Ryan Amiri, Petros Wallden, Adrian Kent and Erika AnderssonnotebookAbstract

54. Theoretical model of an experimental quantum digital signature system
Klaudia Kleczkowska, John Jeffers, Robert Collins and Gerald BullernotebookAbstract

55. Multiparty Quantum Signature Schemes
Juan Miguel Arrazola, Petros Wallden and Erika AnderssonnotebookAbstract

56. Asynchronous reference frame agreement in a quantum network
Tanvirul Islam and Stephanie WehnernotebookAbstract

57. Beating the no-cloning limit with hybrid probabilistic linear amplifier
Jing Yan Haw, Syed Muhamad Assad, Jie Zhao, Josephine Dias, Remi Blandino, Timothy C Ralph, Ping Koy Lam and Thomas Symul

58. Protocols of quantum key agreement solely using Bell states and Bell measurement
Chitra Shukla and Anirban PathaknotebookAbstract

59. Implementation of Quantum Message Authentication Scheme
Kang Min-Sung, Kim Yung-Su, Kwon Osung, Yoon Chun Seok, Yang Hyung Jin, Han Sang-Wook and Moon SungnotebookAbstract

60. Noiseless Linear Amplifiers in Continuous-Variable Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Cryptography
Yi-Chen Zhang, Zhengyu Li, Christian Weedbrook, Kevin Marshall, Stefano Pirandola, Song Yu and Hong Guo

61. Non-Gaussian postselection and virtual photon subtraction in continuous-variable quantum key distribution
Zhengyu Li, Yichen Zhang, Xiangyu Wang, Bingjie Xu, Xiang Peng and Hong GuonotebookAbstract

62. Saturation attack on Continuous-Variable QKD systems: experimental demonstration, performance analysis and countermeasure
Rupesh Kumar, Hao Qin and Romain AlléaumenotebookAbstract

63. Unidimensional continuous-variable quantum key distribution
Vladyslav C. Usenko and Frédéric GrosshansnotebookAbstract

64. Side channel attack on a practical continuous-variable quantum key distribution system by inserting an external light
Hao Qin, Rupesh Kumar and Romain Alleaume

65. Continuous-variable quantum key distribution and optical secure communication with quadrature amplitude modulation technology
Takuya Hirano, Yusuke Oguri, Takuto Matsubara, Motoharu Ono, Tsubasa Ichikawa, Kenta Kasai, Ryutaroh Matsumoto, Toyohiro Tsurumaru, Masato Yoshida, Toshihiko Hirooka, Keisuke Kasai and Masataka Nakazawa

66. Strongly Secure Quantum Ramp Secret Sharing Constructed from Algebraic Curves over Finite Fields
Ryutaroh MatsumotonotebookAbstract

67. Efficient Information Reconciliation for Continuous-Variable QKD using Non-Binary Low-Density Parity-Check Codes
Christoph Pacher, Jesus Martinez-Mateo, Jörg Duhme, Fabian Furrer, Vitus Händchen, Tobias Gehring, Reinhard F. Werner and Roman SchnabelnotebookAbstract

68. An Information Reconciliation Protocol for Secret-Key Agreement with Small Leakage
Christoph Pacher, Philipp Grabenweger, Jesus Martinez-Mateo and Vicente Martin

69. Towards continuous-variable quantum key distribution at GHz rates
Imran Khan, Birgit Stiller, Kevin Jaksch, Nitin Jain, Christian Peuntinger, Kevin Günthner, Tobias Röthlingshöfer, Dominique Elser, Christoph Marquardt and Gerd LeuchsnotebookAbstract

70. Quantitative analysis of Trojan-horse attacks on practical continuous-variable quantum key distribution systems
Imran Khan, Birgit Stiller, Nitin Jain, Paul Jouguet, Sébastien Kunz-Jacques, Eleni Diamanti, Christoph Marquardt and Gerd LeuchsnotebookAbstract

71. A Classical Analog to Entanglement Reversibility
Eric Chitambar, Ben Fortescue and Min-Hsiu HsiehnotebookAbstract

72. Bounds on entanglement distillation and secret key agreement for quantum broadcast channels
Kaushik Seshadreesan, Masahiro Takeoka and Mark WildenotebookAbstract

73. Entanglement verification with detection efficiency mismatch
Yanbao Zhang and Norbert LutkenhausnotebookAbstract

74. Role of syndrome information on a one-way quantum repeater using teleportation-based error correction
Ryo Namiki and Norbert LutkenhausnotebookAbstract

75. Entanglement distribution across a quantum peer-to-peer network
Ruben Cohen, Emmanuel Jeandel, Perdrix Simon and Frédéric GrosshansnotebookAbstract

76. Post-quantum steering
Ana Belén Sainz, Nicolas Brunner, Daniel Cavalcanti, Paul Skrzypczyk and Tamás VértesinotebookAbstract

77. Bell Private States
Roberto Ferrara and Matthias Christandl

78. Preparing Large Scale W States
Sinan Bugu, Fatih Ozaydin and Ahmet Sertbas

79. Enhanced delegated computing using coherence
Stefanie Barz, Vedran Dunjko, Florian Schlederer, Merritt Moore, Elham Kashefi and Ian A. Walmsley

80. Publicly Verifiable Blind Quantum Computation
Kentaro HondanotebookAbstract

81. Blind Quantum Computation against collective noise
Yuki Takeuchi, Keisuke Fujii, Rikizo Ikuta, Takashi Yamamoto and Nobuyuki ImotonotebookAbstract

82. Demonstration of measurement-only blind quantum computation
Chiara Greganti, Marie-Christine Roehsner, Stefanie Barz, Tomoyuki Morimae and Philip Walther

83. Graph State Quantum Repeater Networks
Michael Epping, Hermann Kampermann and Dagmar BrußnotebookAbstract

84. Overcoming lossy channel bounds by a single quantum repeater node
David Luong, Liang Jiang, Jungsang Kim and Norbert LütkenhausnotebookAbstract

85. Quantum repeaters using ensembles of coupled quantum dots
Toshio OhshimanotebookAbstract

86. Diamond based quantum repeater device -Entanglement detection for quantum state swapping-
Naeko Niikura, Shota Mishima, Touta Tanaka, Yuhei Sekiguchi, Yusuke Komura and Hideo Kosaka

87. Diamond based quantum repeater device -Degenerate spin echo for quantum state recovery-
Yuhei Sekiguchi, Yusuke Komura and Hideo Kosaka

88. Diamond based quantum repeater device -Geometric bang-bang echo for quantum state preservation-
Yusuke Komura, Yuhei Sekiguchi, Shota Mishima, Touta Tanaka, Naeko Niikura and Hideo Kosaka

89. Electrical Detection of Electron Spins in NV centers in Diamond
Hiroki Morishita, Toshiyuki Tashima, Satoshi Kobayashi, Yoshishige Suzuki and Norikazu Mizuochi

90. Classification of spin and multipolar squeezing in spin-j collective spin systems
Emi Yukawa and Kae NemotonotebookAbstract

91. Absorption-based Quantum Communication with NV centres
Burkhard Scharfenberger, Hideo Kosaka, William J. Munro and Kae NemotonotebookAbstract

92. Theory of deterministic switching of a superconducting qubit induced by individual microwave single photons
Kazuki KoshinonotebookAbstract

93. A Multiplexed Light-matter Interface for Fibre-based Quantum Networks
Erhan Saglamyurek, Marcel.Li Grimau Puigibert, Qiang Zhou, Lambert Giner, Francesco Marsili, Varun Verma, Sae Woo Nam, Lee Oesterling, David Nippa, Daniel Oblak and Wolfgang Tittel

94. Coherent coupling between ferromagnetic magnon and superconducting qubit
Yutaka Tabuchi, Seiichiro Ishino, Atsushi Noguchi, Toyofumi Ishikawa, Rekishu Yamazaki, Koji Usami and Yasunobu NakamuranotebookAbstract

95. Improving the coherence time of a quantum system via a coupling with an unstable system
Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Xiabo Zhu, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Hiraku Toida, Takaaki Shimooka, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kae Nemoto, Kouichi Semba, William Munro, Hiroshi Yamaguchi and Shiro Saito

96. Toward observation of real-time dynamics of a nuclear spin in phosphorus doped n-type diamond
Yuki Sakagawa, Hiroki Morishita, Toshiyuki Tashima, Takaaki Shimo-Oka, Yuki Doi, Satoshi Yamasaki, Hiromitsu Kato, Shinji Miwa, Yoshishige Suzuki and Norikazu MizuochinotebookAbstract

97. Free-space quantum key distribution at a wavelength of 10.6 µm using continuous variables
Imran Khan, Kevin Jaksch, Tobias Frank, Jonas Geyer-Ramsteck, Christian Peuntinger, Birgit Stiller, Ulrich Vogl, Dominique Elser, Christoph Marquardt and Gerd LeuchsnotebookAbstract

98. Towards QEYSSat: Free-space quantum key distribution to a moving receiver
Jean-Philippe Bourgoin, Brendon Higgins, Nick Gigov, Catherine Holloway, Chris Pugh, Sarah Kaiser, Miles Cranmer and Thomas JenneweinnotebookAbstract

99. Demonstration of suitability of avalanche photodiodes for quantum communications in the low-Earth-orbit radiation environment
Elena Anisimova, Brendon Higgins, Jean-Philippe Bourgoin, Miles Cranmer, Eric Choi, Danya Hudson, Louis Piche, Alan Scott, Vadim Makarov and Thomas JenneweinnotebookAbstract

100. Low-noise single-photon detector for long-distance free-space quantum communication
Elena Anisimova, Dmitri Nikulov, Simeng Simone Hu, Mark Bourgon, Rupert Ursin, Thomas Jennewein and Vadim MakarovnotebookAbstract

101. Demonstration of a time-bin qubit analyzer suitable for turbulent free-space channels
Jeongwan Jin, Sascha Agne, Jean-Philippe Bourgoin and Thomas Jennewein

102. Experimental private quantum randomness generation invulnerable to the detection loophole
Gustavo Lima, Gustavo Cañas, Jaime Cariñe, Esteban Gómez, Johanna Barra, Adán Cabello, Guilherme Xavier and Marcin PawlowskinotebookAbstract

103. Robust quantum random number generation based on avalanche photodiodes
Fang-Xiang Wang, Chao Wang, Wei Chen, Shuang Wang, Fu-Sheng Lv, De-Yong He, Zhen-Qiang Yin, Hong-Wei Li, Guang-Can Guo and Zheng-Fu HannotebookAbstract

104. Entropic Uncertainty Principle for certification of secure randomness
Davide Marangon, Giuseppe Vallone and Paolo VilloresinotebookAbstract

105. 68 Gbps quantum random number generation by measuring laser phase fluctuations
You-Qi NienotebookAbstract

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