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High-Dimensional Quantum Key Distribution with Structured Photons
With the advent of quantum computers, today’s RSA secured information is at a high risk of being decrypted. Quantum cryptographic protocols, which are unconditionally secure by the laws of quantum mechanics, provide a promising method to maintain the security of information for the foreseeable future. On this front, there have been global efforts for the realization of quantum key distribution in real-world conditions – from commercially available fiber-based systems to satellite-to-ground quantum links. In this webinar hosted by the OSA Quantum Computing and Communication Technical Group, Professor Ebrahim Karimi from the University of Ottawa will present the ideas and experimental results on creating new protocols, which can transmit many bits per carrier using structured photons, and testing them through free-space links.

What You Will Learn:
• You will learn about the creation of new protocols for quantum cryptography using structured photons, which can transmit many bits per carrier and how these have been tested in free-space links.

Who Should Attend:
• Undergraduate students, graduated students, faculty, post-docs and group leaders whose research is related to quantum optics, quantum information, and quantum metrology.

Jan 16, 2020 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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