Shared entanglement is widely acknowledged as the key enabler to future quantum information processing tasks. Yet, from a technological perspective, it has remained largely unclear how exactly one should approach the transfer from ideas and laboratory experiments to actual technology. In particular this is true for the domain of quantum communication.
To find answers to multidisciplinary questions connecting theory, experiment and network design, this interdisciplinary workshop focusses on entanglement as a resource assisting classical communication systems. We welcome participants from academic institutions, research labs and industry. Selected approaches to entanglement-assisted communication will be presented, along with established communication models in classical networking.
This workshop is organized together with the ICSSUR 2023, which takes place the week after from June 26 to June 30.
Monday : Integrated photonics for quantum communication
– Integrated photonics in optical link technology – implementations, efficiency, bottle-necks and future trends (L. Zimmermann)
– Integrated superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors for photonic quantum technologies (K. Müller)
– Beam shaping and steering with integrated photonics (You-Chia Chang)
– Nonlinearity in Quantum Information: Modelling and Applications (Shahram Dehdashti)
– Ultra Low-loss Silicon Nitride Photonic Integrated Circuits: Fabrication and Application (Xingchen Ji)
– Integrated Nonlinear Photonics for Photon-Pair Generation (Kambiz Jamshidi)
Tuesday : Security
– Post-quantum security schemes (Tutorial by Georg Maringer)
– Quantum key distribution and beyond: Identity authentication and direct communication using entanglement and entanglement routing (Anirban Pathak)
– Integration and implementation advances in entanglement-based QKD (Adria Sansa Perna)
– Network provider perspective on secure communication (Marc Geitz)
– Generating entangled photonic resource states for quantum network
applications with color centers in diamond (Gregor Pieplow)
Wednesday : Network Perspective
– (Saikat Guha)
– (Peter Van Loock)
– Non-Local and Quantum Advantages in Network Coding for Multiple Access Channels (Ashutosh Rai)
– Nonlocal network coding in interference channels based on Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt game (Jiyoung Yun)
Friday : Information Theory
Location for Fridays talks is the Hai Quantum Computing Research Center @ 32 JiHu Rd., NeiHu District, Taipei City, Taiwan
– Identification Over Quantum Broadcast Channels (Rosenberger)
– Quantum LDPC Codes (Rengaswamy)
– Key Assistance, Key Agreement, and Layered Secrecy for Bosonic Broadcast Channels (Ferrara)
– Decoupling by local random unitaries without simultaneous smoothing, and applications to multi-user quantum information tasks (Saus)
– Protocols for Quantum Networks (Rozpedek)
– Entanglement monogamy via multivariate trace inequalities (Marco Tomamichel)
– Quantum Information Bottleneck Function (Hirche)
The meeting will take place at 浦大邦紀念講堂 Dr. Poe Lecture Hall in the National Taiwan University (NTU) campus. The address is No. 1, Section 4, Roosevelt Rd, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106.
Boulat Bash, Christian Deppe, Ray-Kuang Lee, Janis Nötzel, Uzi Pereg, Stefano Rini
This event is a joint workshop of the Emmy Noether Group “Theoretical Quantum System Design” and the Institute for Communications Engineering of Technical University of Munich (Germany) together with the Institute of Communications Engineering at National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan).
The organizers acknowledge funding by the DFG via grants NO 1129/2-1 and NO 1129/4-1 and the NSTC as well as by the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung in the programme of “Souverän. Digital. Vernetzt.”. Joint project 6G-life, project identification number: 16KISK002. We further thank the MCQST for his continuous support.