Caltech Inqnet Seminar

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Invited seminar at California Institute of Technology, Department of Physics (Lauritsen). My seminar provided a highlight on the theoretical progress of global quantum networks and was hosted by the leader of the Intelligent Quantum Networks & Technologies (Inqnet) consortium.

Abstract: A distributed network of dedicated quantum technologies promises a transformative impact on global quantum communications, sensing, and computation. Satellites provide a feasible route to extending these quantum networks to global scales. With satellite-based quantum key distribution (SatQKD) often viewed as a precursor to more general distributed quantum technologies, significant progress has been made in modeling and understanding its performance. However, practical applications deal with limited resources that lead to a significant departure from expected performances. In this talk, I will highlight recent work in SatQKD that explores the impact of finite resources to determine practical performances in networked quantum communications.
Period14 Mar 2023
Event typeSeminar
LocationPasadena, United States, CaliforniaShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational