DescriptionDistributing entanglement across a quantum network is a precursor to enabling distributed technologies that can improve performances in quantum sensing, imaging, and computing. This workshop reviewed efforts in developing global quantum networks that are capable of supporting these distributed challenges. The workshop focused on the role of key components and enablers of quantum networking within this architectural framework such as quantum memories. The workshop also featured a diverse range of talks from international partners actively involved in the development of various components necessary for achieving this ambitious goal across academia and industry. This included the development of satellite links, memory-assisted quantum communication protocols, satellite, and terrestrial networks, and the potential application of a space quantum internet to address open fundamental questions in Physics. Discussions on the progress, current readiness, and outstanding challenges will help accelerate the development of quantum networks and shape future activities.
|Period||30 Aug 2023 → 1 Sept 2023|