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Inflated Graph States Refuting Communication-Assisted LHV Models
Standard Bell inequalities hold when distant parties are not allowed to communicate. Barrett et al. found correlations from Pauli …
Uta Isabella Meyer
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Frederic Grosshans
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Damian Markham
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Classically Approximating Variational Quantum Machine Learning with Random Fourier Features
Many applications of quantum computing in the near term rely on variational quantum circuits (VQCs). They have been showcased as a …
Jonas Landman
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Slimane Thabet
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Constantin Dalyac
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Hela Mhiri
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Elham Kashefi
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Quantum Lock: A Provable Quantum Communication Advantage
Physical unclonable functions(PUFs) provide a unique fingerprint to a physical entity by exploiting the inherent physical randomness. …
Kaushik Chakraborty
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Mina Doosti
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Yao Ma
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Chirag Wadhwa
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Myrto Arapinis
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Elham Kashefi
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Unifying Quantum Verification and Error-Detection: Theory and Tools for Optimisations
With the recent availability of cloud quantum computing services, the question of verifying quantum computations delegated by a client …
Theodoros Kapourniotis
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Elham Kashefi
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Dominik Leichtle
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Luka Music
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Harold Ollivier
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Experimental superposition of time directions
In the macroscopic world, time is intrinsically asymmetric, flowing in a specific direction, from past to future. However, the same is …
Teodor Strömberg
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Peter Schiansky
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Marco Túlio Quintino
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Michael Antesberger
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Lee Rozema
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Iris Agresti
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Časlav Brukner
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Philip Walther
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Experimental cheat-sensitive quantum weak coin flipping
As in modern communication networks, the security of quantum networks will rely on complex cryptographic tasks that are based on a …
Simon Neves
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Verena Yacoub
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Ulysse Chabaud
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Mathieu Bozzio
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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Eleni Diamanti
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Differential Privacy Amplification in Quantum and Quantum-inspired Algorithms
Differential privacy provides a theoretical framework for processing a dataset about n users, in a way that the output reveals a …
Armando Angrisani
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Mina Doosti
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Elham Kashefi
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CV-QKD Receiver Platform Based On A Silicon Photonic Chip
Yoann Piétri
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Matteo Schiavon
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Philippe Grangier
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Amine Rhouni
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Eleni Diamanti
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Quantum City: simulation of a practical near-term metropolitan quantum network
We present the architecture and analyze the applications of a metropolitan-scale quantum network that requires only limited hardware …
Raja Yehia
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Simon Neves
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Eleni Diamanti
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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QEnclave - A practical solution for secure quantum cloud computing
We introduce a secure hardware device named a QEnclave that can secure the remote execution of quantum operations while only using …
Yao Ma
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Elham Kashefi
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Myrto Arapinis
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Kaushik Chakraborty
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Marc Kaplan
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Quantum security of subset cover problems
The subset cover problem for $k \geq 1$ hash functions, which can be seen as an extension of the collision problem, was introduced in …
Samuel Bouaziz--Ermann
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Alex Bredariol Grilo
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Damien Vergnaud
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Post-Quantum Zero-Knowledge with Space-Bounded Simulation
The traditional definition of quantum zero-knowledge stipulates that the knowledge gained by any quantum polynomial-time verifier in an …
Prabhanjan Ananth
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Alex Bredariol Grilo
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A Versatile PIC-based CV-QKD receiver
Yoann Piétri
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Matteo Schiavon
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Philippe Grangier
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Amine Rhouni
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Eleni Diamanti
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A Linear Algebraic Framework for Quantum Internet Dynamic Scheduling
Future quantum internet aims to enable quantum communication between arbitrary pairs of distant nodes through the sharing of end-to-end …
Paolo Fittipaldi
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Anastasios Giovanidis
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Frederic Grosshans
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Long-range QKD without trusted nodes is not possible with current technology
Bruno Huttner
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Romain Alléaume
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Eleni Diamanti
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Florian Fröwis
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Philippe Grangier
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Hannes Hübel
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Vicente Martin
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Andreas Poppe
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Joshua Slater
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Tim Spiller
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Benoit Tranier
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Adrian Wonfor
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Hugo Zbinden
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ParisRegionQCI: A Parisian Quantum Network
Yoann Piétri
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Valentin Allaire
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Pierre-Enguerrand Verdier
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Matteo Schiavon
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Jonathan Belhassen
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Thomas Rivera
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Eleni Diamanti
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A Versatile PIC-based CV-QKD Receiver
Yoann Piétri
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Matteo Schiavon
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Philippe Grangier
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Amine Rhouni
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Eleni Diamanti
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Semi-device-independent Certification of Causal Nonseparability with Trusted Quantum Inputs
While the standard formulation of quantum theory assumes a fixed background causal structure, one can relax this assumption within the …
Hippolyte Dourdent
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Alastair A. Abbott
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Nicolas Brunner
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Ivan Šupić
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Cyril Branciard
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Quantum Local Differential Privacy and Quantum Statistical Query Model
The problem of private learning has been extensively studied in classical computer science. Notably, a striking equivalence between …
Armando Angrisani
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Elham Kashefi
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Private network parameter estimation with quantum sensors
Networks of quantum sensors are a central application of burgeoning quantum networks. A key question for the use of such networks will …
Nathan Shettell
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Majid Hassani
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Damian Markham
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Experimental Demonstration of Discrete Modulation Formats for Continuous Variable Quantum Key Distribution
Francois Roumestan
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Amirhossein Ghazisaeidi
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Jeremie Renaudier
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Anthony Leverrier
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Eleni Diamanti
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Philippe Grangier
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A Versatile CV-QKD system with a PIC-based receiver
Yoann Piétri
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Matteo Schiavon
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Philippe Grangier
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Amine Rhouni
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Eleni Diamanti
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A Linear Algebraic Framework for Quantum Internet Dynamic Scheduling
Future quantum internet aims to enable quantum communication between arbitrary pairs of distant nodes through the sharing of end-to-end …
Paolo Fittipaldi
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Anastasios Giovanidis
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Frederic Grosshans
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On the connection between quantum pseudorandomness and quantum hardware assumptions
This paper, for the first time, addresses the questions related to the connections between quantum pseudorandomness and quantum …
Mina Doosti
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Niraj Kumar
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Elham Kashefi
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Kaushik Chakraborty
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Complete ZX-calculi for the stabiliser fragment in odd prime dimensions
We introduce a family of ZX-calculi which axiomatise the stabiliser fragment of quantum theory in odd prime dimensions. These calculi …
Robert Ivan Booth
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Titouan Carette
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Bridging the gap between technology and policy in GDPR compliance: the role of differential privacy
Asmaa Belghiti
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Armando Angrisani
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Self-testing nonlocality without entanglement
Quantum theory allows for nonlocality without entanglement. Notably, there exist bipartite quantum measurements consisting of only …
Ivan Šupić
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Nicolas Brunner
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Study of Protocols Between Classical Clients and a Quantum Server
Quantum computers promise surprising powers of computation by exploiting the stunning physical properties of infinitesimally small …
Leo Colisson
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Quantum Optics Systems for Long-Distance Cryptography and Quantum Networks
The thesis is divided into two parts: The first part is in the field of Quantum Cryptography. In this part we develop a theoretical …
Victor Roman Rodriguez
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Advanced signal processing techniques for continuous variable quantum key distribution over optical fiber.
Quantum key distribution offers the possibility of cryptography whose security is demonstrated by the laws of quantum physics. The …
Francois Roumestan
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Advanced signal processing techniques for continuous variable quantum key distribution over optical fiber
Quantum key distribution offers the possibility of cryptography whose security is demonstrated by the laws of quantum physics. The …
Francois Roumestan
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Qualifying quantum approaches for hard industrial optimization problems. A case study in the field of smart-charging of electric vehicles
Constantin Dalyac
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Loïc Henriet
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Emmanuel Jeandel
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Wolfgang Lechner
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Simon Perdrix
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Marc Porcheron
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Margarita Veshchezerova
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Satellite-based Quantum Information Networks: Use cases, Architecture, and Roadmap
Quantum Information Networks (QIN) currently represent a major goal in the field quantum communication technologies. Such QINs will …
Laurent de Forges de Parny
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Olivier Alibart
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Julien Debaud
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Sacha Gressani
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Alek Lagarrigue
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Anthony Martin
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Alexandre Metrat
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Matteo Schiavon
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Tess Troisi
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Eleni Diamanti
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Patrick Gélard
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Erik Kerstel
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Sébastien Tanzilli
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Mathias van den Bossche
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Measurement-based quantum computation beyond qubits
Measurement-based quantum computation (MBQC) is an alternative model for quantum computation, which makes careful use of the properties …
Robert Ivan Booth
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Quantum learning algorithms imply circuit lower bounds
Srinivasan Arunachalam
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Alex Bredariol Grilo
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Tom Gur
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Igor Oliveira
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Aarthi Sundaram
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Sample-efficient device-independent quantum state verification and certification
Authentication of quantum sources is a crucial task in building reliable and efficient protocols for quantum-information processing. …
Aleksandra Gočanin
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Ivan Šupić
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Borivoje Dakić
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2022 Roadmap on integrated quantum photonics
Abstract Integrated photonics will play a key role in quantum systems as they grow from few-qubit prototypes to tens of thousands of …
Galan Moody
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Volker Sorger
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Daniel Blumenthal
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Paul Juodawlkis
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William Loh
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Cheryl Sorace-Agaskar
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Alex Jones
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Krishna Balram
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Jonathan Matthews
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Anthony Laing
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Marcelo Davanco
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Lin Chang
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John Bowers
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Niels Quack
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Christophe Galland
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Igor Aharonovich
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Martin Wolff
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Carsten Schuck
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Neil Sinclair
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Marko Lončar
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Tin Komljenovic
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David Weld
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Shayan Mookherjea
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Sonia Buckley
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Marina Radulaski
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Stephan Reitzenstein
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Benjamin Pingault
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Bartholomeus Machielse
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Debsuvra Mukhopadhyay
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Alexey Akimov
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Aleksei Zheltikov
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Girish Agarwal
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Kartik Srinivasan
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Juanjuan Lu
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Hong Tang
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Wentao Jiang
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Timothy Mckenna
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Amir Safavi-Naeini
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Stephan Steinhauer
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Ali Elshaari
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Val Zwiller
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Paul Davids
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Nicholas Martinez
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Michael Gehl
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John Chiaverini
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Karan Mehta
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Jacquiline Romero
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Navin Lingaraju
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Andrew Weiner
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Daniel Peace
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Robert Cernansky
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Mirko Lobino
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Eleni Diamanti
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Ryan Camacho
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Contextuality and Wigner negativity are equivalent for continuous-variable quantum measurements
Quantum computers will provide considerable speedups with respect to their classical counterparts. However, the identification of the …
Robert Ivan Booth
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Ulysse Chabaud
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Pierre Emmanuel Emeriau
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Quantum Metrology with Delegated Tasks
A quantum metrology scheme can be decomposed into three quantum tasks: state preparation, parameter encoding and measurements. …
Nathan Shettell
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Damian Markham
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Probably approximately correct quantum source coding
Information-theoretic lower bounds are often encountered in several branches of computer science, including learning theory and …
Armando Angrisani
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Brian Coyle
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Elham Kashefi
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Quantum Information Techniques for Quantum Metrology
Quantum metrology is an auspicious discipline of quantum information which is currently witnessing a surge of experimental …
Nathan Shettell
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Detecting a target with quantum entanglement
In the last decade a lot of research activity focused on the use of quantum entanglement as a resource for remote target detection, …
Giacomo Sorelli
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Nicolas Treps
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Frederic Grosshans
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Fabrice Boust
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Multipartite communications over quantum networks
The field of quantum networks is currently a major area of investigation in quantum technologies. One of the simplest acts of quantum …
Clement Meignant
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Tight adaptive reprogramming in the QROM
The random oracle model (ROM) enjoys widespread popularity, mostly because it tends to allow for tight and conceptually simple proofs …
Alex Bredariol Grilo
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Kathrin Hövelmanns
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Andreas Hülsing
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Christian Majenz
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Cost and Routing of Continuous Variable Quantum Networks
We study continuous-variable graph states as quantum communication networks. We explore graphs with regular and complex network shapes …
Frederic Grosshans
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Federico Centrone
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Valentina Parigi
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Classical-quantum network coding: a story about tensor
We study here the conditions to perform the distribution of a pure state on a quantum network using quantum operations which can …
Clement Meignant
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Frederic Grosshans
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Damian Markham
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Randomized Benchmarking with Stabilizer Verification and Gate Synthesis
Recently, there has been an emergence of useful applications for noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) devices notably, though not …
Ellen Derbyshire
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Rawad Mezher
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Theodoros Kapourniotis
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Elham Kashefi
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Non-Destructive Zero-Knowledge Proofs on Quantum States, and Multi-Party Generation of Authorized Hidden GHZ States
Due to the special no-cloning principle, quantum states appear to be very useful in cryptography. But this very same property also has …
Leo Colisson
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Frederic Grosshans
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Elham Kashefi
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Mitigating errors by quantum verification and post-selection
Correcting errors due to noise in quantum circuits run on current and near-term quantum hardware is essential for any convincing …
Rawad Mezher
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James Mills
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Elham Kashefi
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Efficient Construction of Quantum Physical Unclonable Functions with Unitary t-designs
Quantum physical unclonable functions, or QPUFs, are rapidly emerging as theoretical hardware solutions to provide secure cryptographic …
Niraj Kumar
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Rawad Mezher
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Elham Kashefi
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A Unified Framework For Quantum Unforgeability
In this paper, we continue the line of work initiated by Boneh and Zhandry at CRYPTO 2013 and EUROCRYPT 2013 in which they formally …
Mina Doosti
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Mahshid Delavar
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Elham Kashefi
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Myrto Arapinis
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Verification of graph states in an untrusted network
Graph states are a large class of multipartite entangled quantum states that form the basis of schemes for quantum computation, …
Anupama Unnikrishnan
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Damian Markham
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Graph neural network initialisation of quantum approximate optimisation
Approximate combinatorial optimisation has emerged as one of the most promising application areas for quantum computers, particularly …
Nishant Jain
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Brian Coyle
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Elham Kashefi
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Niraj Kumar
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Analysis of satellite-to-ground quantum key distribution with adaptive optics
Future quantum communication infrastructures will rely on both terrestrial and space-based links integrating high-performance optical …
Valentina Marulanda Acosta
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Daniele Dequal
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Matteo Schiavon
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Aurélie Montmerle-Bonnefois
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C B Lim
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Jean-Marc Conan
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Eleni Diamanti
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Efficient verification of Boson Sampling
The demonstration of quantum speedup, also known as quantum computational supremacy, that is the ability of quantum computers to …
Ulysse Chabaud
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Frederic Grosshans
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Elham Kashefi
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Damian Markham
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QEnclave -- A practical solution for secure quantum cloud computing
We introduce a secure hardware device named a QEnclave that can secure the remote execution of quantum operations while only using …
Yao Ma
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Elham Kashefi
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Myrto Arapinis
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Kaushik Chakraborty
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Marc Kaplan
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Hybrid PUF: A Novel Way to Enhance the Security of Classical PUFs
Physical unclonable functions provide a unique ‘fingerprint’ to a physical entity by exploiting the inherent physical …
Kaushik Chakraborty
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Mina Doosti
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Yao Ma
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Myrto Arapinis
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Elham Kashefi
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A versatile and high-performance PIC-based CV-QKD receiver
Yoann Piétri
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Matteo Schiavon
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Philippe Grangier
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Amine Rhouni
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Eleni Diamanti
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The Interplay between Quantum Contextuality and Wigner Negativity
The use of quantum information in technology promises to supersede the so-called classical devices used nowadays. Understanding what …
Pierre Emmanuel Emeriau
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Network Quantum Steering
The development of large-scale quantum networks promises to bring a multitude of technological applications as well as shed light on …
Benjamin D.M. Jones
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Ivan Šupić
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Roope Uola
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Nicolas Brunner
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Paul Skrzypczyk
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Oblivious Transfer is in MiniQCrypt
MiniQCrypt is a world where quantum-secure one-way functions exist, and quantum communication is possible. We construct an oblivious …
Alex Bredariol Grilo
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Huijia Lin
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Fang Song
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Vinod Vaikuntanathan
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Outcome determinism in measurement-based quantum computation with qudits
In measurement-based quantum computing (MBQC), computation is carried out by a sequence of measurements and corrections on an entangled …
Robert I. Booth
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Aleks Kissinger
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Damian Markham
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Clement Meignant
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Simon Perdrix
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High-Rate Continuous Variable Quantum Key Distribution Based on Probabilistically Shaped 64 and 256-QAM
We designed a CV-QKD system with off-the-shelf components and established the feasibility of distributing 67.6 and 66.8 Mb/s secret key …
Francois Roumestan
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Amirhossein Ghazisaeidi
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Jeremie Renaudier
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Eleni Diamanti
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Philippe Grangier
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Device-Independent Quantification of Quantum Resources
Alastair A. Abbott
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Nicolas Brunner
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Ivan Šupić
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Roope Uola
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Semi-device-independent Certification of Causal Nonseparability with Trusted Quantum Inputs
While the standard formulation of quantum theory assumes a fixed background causal structure, one can relax this assumption within the …
Hippolyte Dourdent
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Alastair A. Abbott
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Nicolas Brunner
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Ivan Šupić
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Cyril Branciard
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Flexible entanglement-distribution network with an AlGaAs chip for secure communications
Abstract Quantum communication networks enable applications ranging from highly secure communication to clock synchronization and …
Félicien Appas
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Florent Baboux
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Maria Amanti
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Aristide Lemaítre
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Fabien Boitier
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Eleni Diamanti
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Sara Ducci
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Multi-Party Quantum Cryptography : from Folklore to Real-World
Quantum cryptography builds upon decades of advances both in classical cryptography and networks. However, contrary to its classical …
Luka Music
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Classical simulation of Gaussian quantum circuits with non-Gaussian input states
We consider Gaussian quantum circuits supplemented with non-Gaussian input states and derive sufficient conditions for efficient …
Ulysse Chabaud
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Giulia Ferrini
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Frederic Grosshans
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Damian Markham
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Quantum machine learning with adaptive linear optics
We study supervised learning algorithms in which a quantum device is used to perform a computational subroutine - either for prediction …
Ulysse Chabaud
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Damian Markham
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Adel Sohbi
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Quantum technologies in space
Recently, the European Commission supported by many European countries has announced large investments towards the commercialization of …
Rainer Kaltenbaek
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Antonio Acin
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Laszlo Bacsardi
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Paolo Bianco
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Philippe Bouyer
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Eleni Diamanti
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Christoph Marquardt
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yasser Omar
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Valerio Pruneri
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Ernst Rasel
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Bernhard Sang
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Stephan Seidel
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Hendrik Ulbricht
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Rupert Ursin
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Paolo Villoresi
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Mathias van den Bossche
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Wolf von Klitzing
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Hugo Zbinden
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Mauro Paternostro
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Angelo Bassi
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Experimental Approach to Demonstrating Contextuality for Qudits
We propose a method to experimentally demonstrate contextuality with a family of tests for qudits. The experiment we propose uses a …
Adel Sohbi
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Ruben Ohana
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Isabelle Zaquine
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Eleni Diamanti
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Damian Markham
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Certifying dimension of quantum systems by sequential projective measurements
This work analyzes correlations arising from quantum systems subject to sequential projective measurements to certify that the system …
Adel Sohbi
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Damian Markham
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Jaewan Kim
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Marco Túlio Quintino
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Witnessing Wigner Negativity
Negativity of the Wigner function is arguably one of the most striking non-classical features of quantum states. Beyond its fundamental …
Ulysse Chabaud
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Pierre Emmanuel Emeriau
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Frederic Grosshans
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Demonstration of Probabilistic Constellation Shaping for Continuous Variable Quantum Key Distribution
We demonstrate, for the first time to our knowledge, continuous-variable quantum key distribution using probabilistically-shaped …
Francois Roumestan
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Amirhossein Ghazisaeidi
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Jeremie Renaudier
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Patrick Brindel
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Eleni Diamanti
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Philippe Grangier
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Certification of Non-Gaussian States with Operational Measurements
We derive a theoretical framework for the experimental certification of non-Gaussian features of quantum states using double homodyne …
Ulysse Chabaud
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Ganaël Roeland
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Mattia Walschaers
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Frederic Grosshans
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Valentina Parigi
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Damian Markham
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Nicolas Treps
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Composable Security for Multipartite Entanglement Verification
We present a composably secure protocol allowing $n$ parties to test an entanglement generation resource controlled by a possibly …
Raja Yehia
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Eleni Diamanti
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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Flow conditions for continuous variable measurement-based quantum computing
In measurement-based quantum computing (MBQC), computation is carried out by a sequence of measurements and corrections on an entangled …
Robert I. Booth
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Damian Markham
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Practical Limits of Error Correction for Quantum Metrology
Noise is the greatest obstacle in quantum metrology that limits it achievable precision and sensitivity. There are many techniques to …
Nathan Shettell
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William J. Munro
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Damian Markham
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Kae Nemoto
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Continuous variable multimode quantum states via symmetric group velocity matching
Configurable and scalable continuous variable quantum networks for measurement-based quantum information protocols or multipartite …
Victor Roman Rodriguez
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B. Brecht
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S. Kaali
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C. Silberhorn
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N. Treps
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Eleni Diamanti
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V. Parigi
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Delegating Multi-Party Quantum Computations vs. Dishonest Majority in Two Quantum Rounds
Multi-Party Quantum Computation (MPQC) has attracted a lot of attention as a potential killer-app for quantum networks through …
Theodoros Kapourniotis
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Elham Kashefi
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Luka Music
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Harold Ollivier
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Continuous-variable quantum cryptographic protocols
This thesis is concerned with the study and analysis of two quantum cryptographic protocols: quantum key distribution (QKD) and …
Shouvik Ghorai
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Experimental demonstration of quantum advantage for NP verification with limited information
In recent years, many computational tasks have been proposed as candidates for showing a quantum computational advantage, that is an …
Federico Centrone
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Niraj Kumar
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Eleni Diamanti
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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Error-correcting entanglement swapping using a practical logical photon encoding
The implementation of a quantum internet requires the distribution of entanglement over long distances, which is facilitated by …
Paul Hilaire
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Edwin Barnes
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Sophia E. Economou
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Frederic Grosshans
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The Quantum Cut-and-Choose Technique and Quantum Two-Party Computation
The application and analysis of the Cut-and-Choose technique in protocols secure against quantum adversaries is not a straightforward …
Elham Kashefi
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Luka Music
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Petros Wallden
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On-State Commutativity of Measurements and Joint Distributions of Their Outcomes
In this note, we analyze joint probability distributions that come from the outcomes of quantum measurements performed on sets of …
Jan Czajkowski
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Alex Grilo
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Two combinatorial MA-complete problems
Despite the interest in the complexity class MA, the randomized analog of NP, just a few natural MA-complete problems are known. The …
Dorit Aharonov
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Alex Grilo
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Variational Quantum Cloning: Improving Practicality for Quantum Cryptanalysis
Cryptanalysis on standard quantum cryptographic systems generally involves finding optimal adversarial attack strategies on the …
Brian Coyle
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Mina Doosti
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Elham Kashefi
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Niraj Kumar
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Secure Quantum Two-Party Computation: Impossibility and Constructions
Secure two-party computation considers the problem of two parties computing a joint function of their private inputs without revealing …
Michele Ciampi
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Alexandru Cojocaru
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Elham Kashefi
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Atul Mantri
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Qualifying quantum approaches for hard industrial optimization problems. A case study in the field of smart-charging of electric vehicles
In order to qualify quantum algorithms for industrial NP-Hard problems, comparing them to available polynomial approximate classical …
Constantin Dalyac
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Loïc Henriet
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Emmanuel Jeandel
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Wolfgang Lechner
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Simon Perdrix
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Marc Porcheron
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Margarita Veshchezerova
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Client-Server Identification Protocols with Quantum PUF
Recently, major progress has been made towards the realisation of the quantum internet to enable a broad range of applications that …
Mina Doosti
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Niraj Kumar
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Mahshid Delavar
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Elham Kashefi
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A Continuous Variable Born Machine
Generative Modelling has become a promising use case for near term quantum computers. In particular, due to the fundamentally …
Ieva Čepaitė
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Brian Coyle
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Elham Kashefi
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Feasibility of satellite-to-ground continuous-variable quantum key distribution
Establishing secure communication links at a global scale is a major potential application of quantum information science but also …
Daniele Dequal
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Victor Roman Rodriguez
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Giuseppe Vallone
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Paolo Villoresi
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Anthony Leverrier
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Eleni Diamanti
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Quantum Technology for Economists
Research on quantum technology spans multiple disciplines: physics, computer science, engineering, and mathematics. The objective of …
Isaiah Hull
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Eleni Diamanti
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Göran Wendin
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Quantum versus Classical Generative Modelling in Finance
Finding a concrete use case for quantum computers in the near term is still an open question, with machine learning typically touted as …
Brian Coyle
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Maxwell Henderson
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Justin Chan Jin Le
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Niraj Kumar
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Marco Paini
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Elham Kashefi
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Security Limitations of Classical-Client Delegated Quantum Computing
Secure delegated quantum computing allows a computationally weak client to outsource an arbitrary quantum computation to an untrusted …
Christian Badertscher
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Alexandru Cojocaru
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Leo Colisson
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Elham Kashefi
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Dominik Leichtle
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Atul Mantri
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Petros Wallden
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Quantum statistical query learning
We propose a learning model called the quantum statistical learning QSQ model, which extends the SQ learning model introduced by Kearns …
Srinivasan Arunachalam
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Alex Grilo
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Henry yuen
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Quantum learning algorithms imply circuit lower bounds
We establish the first general connection between the design of quantum algorithms and circuit lower bounds. Specifically, let …
Srinivasan Arunachalam
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Alex Grilo
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Tom Gur
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Igor C. Oliveira
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Aarthi Sundaram
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Dispelling Myths on Superposition Attacks: Formal Security Model and Attack Analyses
It is of folkloric belief that the security of classical cryptographic protocols is automatically broken if the Adversary is allowed to …
Luka Music
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Elham Kashefi
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Céline Chevalier
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Quantum Advantage in Information Retrieval
Random access codes have provided many examples of quantum advantage in communication, but concern only one kind of information …
Pierre Emmanuel Emeriau
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Mark Howard
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Shane Mansfield
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Securing Quantum Computations in the NISQ Era
Recent experimental achievements motivate an ever-growing interest from companies starting to feel the limitations of classical …
Elham Kashefi
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Dominik Leichtle
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Luka Music
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Harold Ollivier
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QMA-Hardness of Consistency of Local Density Matrices with Applications to Quantum Zero-Knowledge
We provide several advances to the understanding of the class of Quantum Merlin-Arthur proof systems (QMA), the quantum analogue of NP. …
Anne Broadbent
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Alex Bredariol Grilo
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Non-interactive classical verification of quantum computation
In a recent breakthrough, Mahadev constructed an interactive protocol that enables a purely classical party to delegate any quantum …
Gorjan Alagic
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Andrew M. Childs
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Alex Grilo
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Shih-Han Hung
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StoqMA vs. MA: the power of error reduction
StoqMA characterizes the computational hardness of stoquastic local Hamiltonians, which is a family of Hamiltonians that does not …
Dorit Aharonov
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Alex Bredariol Grilo
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yupan Liu
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Authenticated teleportation and verification in a noisy network
Authenticated teleportation aims to certify the transmission of a quantum state through teleportation, even in the presence of an …
Anupama Unnikrishnan
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Damian Markham
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Photonic orbital angular momentum in turbulence: vortex splitting and adaptive optics
Recent works revealed that transmission of light beams carrying orbital-angular-momentum (OAM) through turbulence causes the optical …
Giacomo Sorelli
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Vyaceslav N Shatokhin
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Andreas Buchleitner
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Fault-tolerant quantum speedup from constant depth quantum circuits
A defining feature in the field of quantum computing is the potential of a quantum device to outperform its classical counterpart for a …
Rawad Mezher
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Joe Ghalbouni
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Joseph Dgheim
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Damian Markham
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Quantum weak coin flipping with a single photon
Weak coin flipping is among the fundamental cryptographic primitives which ensure the security of modern communication networks. It …
Mathieu Bozzio
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Ulysse Chabaud
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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Eleni Diamanti
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Breaking simple quantum position verification protocols with little entanglement
Instantaneous nonlocal quantum computation (INQC) evades apparent quantum and relativistic constraints and allows to attack generic …
Andrea Olivo
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Ulysse Chabaud
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André Chailloux
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Frederic Grosshans
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Continuous Variable Quantum Advantages and Applications in Quantum Optics
Quantum physics has led to a revolution in our conception of the nature of our world and is now bringing about a technological …
Ulysse Chabaud
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The Born supremacy: quantum advantage and training of an Ising Born machine
The search for an application of near-term quantum devices is widespread. Quantum machine learning is touted as a potential utilisation …
Brian Coyle
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Daniel Mills
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Vincent Danos
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Elham Kashefi
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Quantum certification and benchmarking
Concomitant with the rapid development of quantum technologies, challenging demands arise concerning the certification and …
Jens Eisert
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Dominik Hangleiter
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Nathan Walk
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Ingo Roth
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Damian Markham
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Rhea Parekh
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Ulysse Chabaud
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Elham Kashefi
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Graph States as a Resource for Quantum Metrology
By using highly entangled states, quantum metrology guarantees precision impossible with classical measurements. Unfortunately such …
Nathan Shettell
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Damian Markham
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Stellar representation of non-Gaussian quantum states
The so-called stellar formalism allows to represent the non-Gaussian properties of single-mode quantum states by the distribution of …
Ulysse Chabaud
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Damian Markham
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Frederic Grosshans
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A simple protocol for certifying graph states and applications in quantum networks
We present a simple protocol for certifying graph states in quantum networks using stabiliser measurements. The certification …
Damian Markham
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Alexandra B Krause
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Design and implementation of high-performance devices for continuous-variable quantum key distribution
Quantum key distribution (QKD) is one of the first quantum technologies that were able to provide commercially meaningful solutions to …
Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Quantum Physical Unclonable Functions: Possibilities and Impossibilities
Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) are physical devices with unique behavior that are hard to clone. A variety of PUF schemes have …
Myrto Arapinis
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Mahshid Delavar
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Mina Doosti And
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Elham Kashefi
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QFactory: classically-instructed remote secret qubits preparation
The functionality of classically-instructed remotely prepared random secret qubits was introduced in (Cojocaru et al 2018) as a way to …
Alexandru Cojocaru
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Leo Colisson
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Elham Kashefi
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Petros Wallden
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Robust quantum metrology with explicit symmetric states
Quantum metrology is a promising practical use case for quantum technologies, where physical quantities can be measured with …
yingkai Ouyang
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Nathan Shettell
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Damian Markham
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Distributing Graph States Over Arbitrary Quantum Networks
Multipartite entangled states are great resources for quantum networks. In this work we study the distribution, or routing, of …
Clement Meignant
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Damian Markham
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Frederic Grosshans
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Randomness for quantum information processing
This thesis is focused on the generation and understanding of particular kinds of quantum randomness. Randomness is useful for many …
Rawad Mezher
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Unitary $t$-designs from $relaxed$ seeds
In this work we reduce the requirements for generating $t$-designs, an important tool for randomisation with applications across …
Rawad Mezher
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Joe Ghalbouni
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Joseph Dgheim
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Damian Markham
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Methods for Classically Simulating Noisy Networked Quantum Architectures
As research on building scalable quantum computers advances, it is important to be able to certify their correctness. Due to the …
Iskren Vankov
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Daniel Mills
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Petros Wallden
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Elham Kashefi
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On the permanent of Sylvester-Hadamard matrices
We prove a conjecture due to Wanless about the permanent of Hadamard matrices in the particular case of Sylvester-Hadamard matrices. …
Ulysse Chabaud
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Authenticated teleportation with one-sided trust
We introduce a protocol for authenticated teleportation, which can be proven secure even when the receiver does not trust their …
Anupama Unnikrishnan
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Damian Markham
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Fast Quantum Algorithm for Solving Multivariate Quadratic Equations
In August 2015 the cryptographic world was shaken by a sudden and surprising announcement by the US National Security Agency NSA …
Jean-Charles Faugère
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Kelsey Horan
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Delaram Kahrobaei
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Marc Kaplan
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Elham Kashefi
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Ludovic Perret
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Random coding for sharing bosonic quantum secrets
We consider a protocol for sharing quantum states using continuous variable systems. Specifically we introduce an encoding procedure …
Francesco Arzani
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Giulia Ferrini
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Frederic Grosshans
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Damian Markham
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Complexity-theoretic limitations on blind delegated quantum computation
Blind delegation protocols allow a client to delegate a computation to a server so that the server learns nothing about the input to …
Scott Aaronson
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Alexandru Cojocaru
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Alexandru Gheorghiu
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Elham Kashefi
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The Born Supremacy: Quantum Advantage and Training of an Ising Born Machine
The search for an application of near-term quantum devices is widespread. Quantum Machine Learning is touted as a potential utilisation …
Brian Coyle
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Daniel Mills
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Vincent Danos
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Elham Kashefi
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Asymptotic security of continuous-variable quantum key distribution with a discrete modulation
We establish a lower bound on the asymptotic secret key rate of continuous-variable quantum key distribution with a discrete modulation …
Shouvik Ghorai
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Philippe Grangier
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Eleni Diamanti
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Anthony Leverrier
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Continuous-variable nonlocality and contextuality
Contextuality is a non-classical behaviour that can be exhibited by quantum systems. It is increasingly studied for its relationship to …
Rui Soares Barbosa
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Tom Douce
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Pierre Emmanuel Emeriau
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Elham Kashefi
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Shane Mansfield
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Anonymity for Practical Quantum Networks
Quantum communication networks have the potential to revolutionize information and communication technologies. Here we are interested …
Anupama Unnikrishnan
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Ian Macfarlane
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Richard yi
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Eleni Diamanti
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Damian Markham
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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Efficient approximate unitary t-designs from partially invertible universal sets and their application to quantum speedup
At its core a $t$-design is a method for sampling from a set of unitaries in a way which mimics sampling randomly from the Haar measure …
Rawad Mezher
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Joe Ghalbouni
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Joseph Dgheim
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Damian Markham
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Semi-device-independent quantum money with coherent states
The no-cloning property of quantum mechanics allows unforgeability of quantum banknotes and credit cards. Quantum credit card protocols …
Mathieu Bozzio
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Eleni Diamanti
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Frederic Grosshans
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Optimal quantum-programmable projective measurement with linear optics
We present a scheme for a universal device which can be programed by quantum states to approximate a chosen projective measurement to a …
Ulysse Chabaud
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Eleni Diamanti
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Damian Markham
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Elham Kashefi
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Antoine Joux
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A simple protocol for fault tolerant verification of quantum computation
With experimental quantum computing technologies now in their infancy, the search for efficient means of testing the correctness of …
Alexandru Gheorghiu
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Matty J Hoban
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Elham Kashefi
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Quantum superiority for verifying NP-complete problems with linear optics
Demonstrating quantum superiority for some computational task will be a milestone for quantum technologies and would show that …
Juan Miguel Arrazola
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Eleni Diamanti
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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Demonstration of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Steering Using Hybrid Continuous- and Discrete-Variable Entanglement of Light
A. Cavaillès
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H. Le Jeannic
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J. Raskop
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G. Guccione
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Damian Markham
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Eleni Diamanti
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D. Shaw
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V. b. Verma
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S. w. Nam
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J. Laurat
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Engineering four-wave mixing spectral entanglement in hollow-core fibers
Martin Cordier
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Adeline Orieux
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Benoît Debord
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Frédéric Gérôme
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Alexandre Gorse
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Matthieu Chafer
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Eleni Diamanti
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Philippe Delaye
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Fetah Benabid
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Isabelle Zaquine
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On the possibility of classical client blind quantum computing
We define the functionality of delegated pseudo-secret random qubit generator (PSRQG), where a classical client can instruct the …
Alexandru Cojocaru
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Leo Colisson
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Elham Kashefi
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Petros Wallden
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A Comprehensive Analysis of Quantum E-voting Protocols
Recent advances at Google, IBM, as well as a number of research groups indicate that quantum computers will soon be reality. Motivated …
Myrto Arapinis
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Elham Kashefi
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Nikolaos Lamprou
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Anna Pappa
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Utilisation de fibres à couplage inhibé pour le controle de l'intrication spectrale de paires de photons
Martin Cordier
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Adeline Orieux
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Benoît Debord
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Frédéric Gérôme
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Alexandre Gorse
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Matthieu Chafer
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Eleni Diamanti
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P. Delahaye
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Fetah Benabid
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Isabelle Zaquine
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One-Sided Device-Independent Certification of Unbounded Random Numbers
The intrinsic non-locality of correlations in Quantum Mechanics allow us to certify the behaviour of a quantum mechanism in a device …
Brian Coyle
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Matty J Hoban
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Elham Kashefi
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Space QUEST mission proposal: Experimentally testing decoherence due to gravity
Models of quantum systems on curved space-times lack sufficient experimental verification. Some speculative theories suggest that …
Siddarth Koduru Joshi
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Jacques Pienaar
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Timothy C. Ralph
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Luigi Cacciapuoti
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Will Mccutcheon
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John Rarity
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Dirk Giggenbach
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Vadim Makarov
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Ivette Fuentes
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Thomas Scheidl
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Erik Beckert
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Mohamed Bourennane
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David Edward Bruschi
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Adán Cabello
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Jose Capmany
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José A. Carrasco
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Alberto Carrasco-Casado
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Eleni Diamanti
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Miloslav Duusek
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Dominique Elser
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Angelo Gulinatti
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Robert H. Hadfield
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Thomas Jennewein
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Rainer Kaltenbaek
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Michael A. Krainak
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Hoi-Kwong Lo
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Christoph Marquardt
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Gerard Milburn
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Momtchil Peev
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Andreas Poppe
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Valerio Pruneri
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Renato Renner
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Christophe Salomon
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Johannes Skaar
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Nikolaos Solomos
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Mario Stipčević
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Juan P. Torres
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Morio Toyoshima
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Paolo Villoresi
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Ian A. Walmsley
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Gregor Weihs
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Harald Weinfurter
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Anton Zeilinger
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Marek Żukowski
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Rupert Ursin
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Shaping photon-pair time-frequency correlations in inhibited-coupling hollow-core fibers
Martin Cordier
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Adeline Orieux
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Benoît Debord
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Frédéric Gérôme
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A. Gorse
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Matthieu Chafer
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Eleni Diamanti
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Philippe Delaye
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Fetah Benabid
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Isabelle Zaquine
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Shaping photon-pairs time-frequency correlations in inhibited-coupling hollow-core fibers
We experimentally show how multiband dispersion properties of inhibited-coupling hollow-core fibers allow to control the spectral …
Martin Cordier
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Adeline Orieux
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Benoît Debord
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Frédéric Gérôme
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A. Gorse
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Matthieu Chafer
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Eleni Diamanti
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Philippe Delaye
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Fetah Benabid
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Isabelle Zaquine
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Theoretical and practical aspects of verification of quantum computers
Quantum computing is emerging at a meteoric pace from a pure academic field to a fully industrial framework. Rapid advances are …
yehuda Naveh
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Elham Kashefi
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James Wootton
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Koen Bertels
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Experimental detection of steerability in Bell local states with two measurement settings
Steering, a quantum property stronger than entanglement but weaker than non-locality in the quantum correlation hierarchy, is a key …
Adeline Orieux
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Marc Kaplan
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Vivien Venuti
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Tanumoy Pramanik
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Isabelle Zaquine
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Eleni Diamanti
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Information Theoretically Secure Hypothesis Test for Temporally Unstructured Quantum Computation (Extended Abstract)
Daniel Mills
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Anna Pappa
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Theodoros Kapourniotis
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Elham Kashefi
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Classical multiparty computation using quantum resources
In this work, we demonstrate a way to perform classical multiparty computing among parties with limited computational resources. Our …
Marco Clementi
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Anna Pappa
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Andreas Eckstein
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Ian A. Walmsley
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Elham Kashefi
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Stefanie Barz
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Multiparty Delegated Quantum Computing
Elham Kashefi
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Anna Pappa
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Unconditionally verifiable blind quantum computation
Blind quantum computing (BQC) allows a client to have a server carry out a quantum computation for them such that the client’s …
Joseph Fitzsimons
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Elham Kashefi
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Verification of Quantum Computation and the Price of Trust
Alexandru Gheorghiu
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Theodoros Kapourniotis
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Elham Kashefi
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Garbled Quantum Computation
The universal blind quantum computation protocol (UBQC) enables an almost classical client to delegate a quantum computation to an …
Elham Kashefi
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Petros Wallden
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Optimised resource construction for verifiable quantum computation
Recent developments have brought the possibility of achieving scalable quantum networks and quantum devices closer. From the …
Elham Kashefi
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Petros Wallden
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Rigidity of quantum steering and one-sided device-independent verifiable quantum computation
The relationship between correlations and entanglement has played a major role in understanding quantum theory since the work of …
Alexandru Gheorghiu
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Petros Wallden
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Elham Kashefi
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Best of both worlds
Secure communication is emerging as a significant challenge for our hyper-connected data-dependent society. The answer may lie in a …
Eleni Diamanti
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Elham Kashefi
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Violating Bell inequalities with entangled optical frequency combs and multi-pixel homodyne detection
We have theoretically investigated the possibility of using any of several continuous-variable Bell-type inequalities - for which the …
William N. Plick
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Francesco Arzani
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Nicolas Treps
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Eleni Diamanti
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Damian Markham
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Verifying BQP Computations on Noisy Devices with Minimal Overhead
With the development of delegated quantum computation, clients will want to ensure confidentiality of their data and algorithms, and …
Dominik Leichtle
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Luka Music
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Elham Kashefi
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Harold Ollivier
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Verification of Quantum Computation: An Overview of Existing Approaches
Alexandru Gheorghiu
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Theodoros Kapourniotis
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Elham Kashefi
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Tsirelson's bound and Landauer's principle in a single-system game
We introduce a simple single-system game inspired by the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt (CHSH) game. For qubit systems subjected to unitary …
Luciana Henaut
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Lorenzo Catani
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Dan Browne
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Shane Mansfield
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Anna Pappa
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Super- and subradiance of clock atoms in multimode optical waveguides
The transversely confined propagating modes of an optical fiber mediate virtually infinite range energy exchanges among atoms placed …
Laurin Ostermann
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Clement Meignant
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Claudiu Genes
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Helmut Ritsch
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Quantum Protocol for Electronic Voting without Election Authorities
Electronic voting is a very useful but challenging internet-based protocol that despite many theoretical approaches and various …
Federico Centrone
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Eleni Diamanti
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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Quantum Advantage from Sequential-Transformation Contextuality
We introduce a notion of contextuality for transformations in sequential contexts, distinct from the Bell-Kochen-Specker and Spekkens …
Shane Mansfield
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Elham Kashefi
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QMA-Hardness of Consistency of Local Density Matrices with Applications to Quantum Zero-Knowledge
Anne Broadbent
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Alex Bredariol Grilo
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Optimal quantum-programmable projective measurements with coherent states
We consider a device which can be programed using coherent states of light to approximate a given projective measurement on an input …
Niraj Kumar
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Ulysse Chabaud
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Elham Kashefi
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Damian Markham
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Eleni Diamanti
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Multiphoton and Side-Channel Attacks in Mistrustful Quantum Cryptography
Mistrustful cryptography includes important tasks like bit commitment, oblivious transfer, coin flipping, secure computations, position …
Mathieu Bozzio
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Adrien Cavailles
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Eleni Diamanti
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Adrian Kent
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Damián Pitalúa-García
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Mode-selective single-photon addition to a multimode quantum field
Spectro-temporal modes of light can be exploited for the generation of high-dimensional Gaussian quantum states. Such states are at the …
Ganaël Roeland
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Srinivasan Kaali
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Victor Roman Rodriguez
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Nicolas Treps
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Valentina Parigi
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Genuine network quantum nonlocality and self-testing
The network structure offers in principle the possibility for novel forms of quantum nonlocal correlations, that are proper to networks …
Ivan Šupić
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Jean-Daniel Bancal
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yu Cai
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Nicolas Brunner
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Generation of quantum states of light in nonlinear AlGaAs chips: engineering and applications
Photonic quantum technologies represent a promising platform for applications ranging from long-distance secure communications to the …
Sara Ducci
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Perola Milman
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Eleni Diamanti
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Full characterization of the transmission properties of a multi-plane light converter
Multi-plane light conversion allows to perform arbitrary transformations on a finite set of spatial modes with no theoretical …
Pauline Boucher
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Arthur Goetschy
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Giacomo Sorelli
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Mattia Walschaers
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Nicolas Treps
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Experimental investigation of practical unforgeable quantum money
Wiesner’s unforgeable quantum money scheme is widely celebrated as the first quantum information application. Based on the …
Mathieu Bozzio
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Adeline Orieux
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Luis Trigo Vidarte
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Isabelle Zaquine
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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Eleni Diamanti
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Experimental demonstration of quantum advantage for one-way communication complexity surpassing best-known classical protocol
Demonstrating a quantum advantage with currently available experimental systems is of utmost importance in quantum information science. …
Niraj Kumar
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Iordanis Kerenidis
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Eleni Diamanti
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Entanglement of truncated quantum states
We investigate the impact of Hilbert-space truncation upon the entanglement of an initially maximally entangled m × m bipartite quantum …
Giacomo Sorelli
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Vyacheslav N. Shatokhin
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Filippus S. Roux
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Andreas Buchleitner
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Dispelling myths on superposition attacks: formal security model and attack analyses
Luka Music
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Céline Chevalier
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Elham Kashefi
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Cyber security in the quantum era
Petros Wallden
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Elham Kashefi
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Cryptographic approach to Quantum Metrology
We consider a cryptographically motivated framework for quantum metrology in the presence of a malicious adversary. We begin by …
Nathan Shettell
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Damian Markham
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Elham Kashefi
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Composable security of two-way continuous-variable quantum key distribution without active symmetrization
We present a general framework encompassing a number of continuous-variable quantum key distribution protocols, including standard …
Shouvik Ghorai
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Eleni Diamanti
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Anthony Leverrier
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Certified Randomness From Steering Using Sequential Measurements
The generation of certifiable randomness is one of the most promising applications of quantum technologies. Furthermore, the intrinsic …
Brian Coyle
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Elham Kashefi
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Matty Hoban
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Building trust for continuous variable quantum states
We first introduce heterodyne quantum state tomography, a reliable method for continuous variable quantum state certification which …
Ulysse Chabaud
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Tom Douce
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Frederic Grosshans
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Elham Kashefi
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Damian Markham
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Benchmarking of quantum protocols
Quantum network protocols offer new functionalities such as enhanced security to communication and computational systems. Despite the …
Chin-Te Liao
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Sima Bahrani
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Francisco Ferreira da Silva
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Elham Kashefi
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Active engineering of four-wave mixing spectral correlations in multiband hollow-core fibers
We demonstrate theoretically and experimentally a high level of control of the four-wave mixing process in an inert gas–filled …
Martin Cordier
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Adeline Orieux
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Benoît Debord
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Frédéric Gérôme
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A. Gorse
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Matthieu Chafer
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Eleni Diamanti
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Philippe Delaye
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Fetah Benabid
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Isabelle Zaquine
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A step closer to secure global communication
Eleni Diamanti
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