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Horta Ferreira da Silva, F. (author)
The future quantum internet promises to enable users all around the world to, among other applications, generate shared secure keys and perform distributed quantum computations. To do so, entanglement must be distributed between remote users. One way of doing this is by sending photons through optical fiber, which allows for reusing some...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Avis, G. (author)
The future quantum internet promises to create shared quantum entanglement between any two points on Earth, enabling applications such as provably-secure communication and connecting quantum computers. A popular method for distributing entanglement is by sending entangled photons through optical fiber. However, the probability of successful...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Das, A. (author)
A future quantum network will allow distributing entanglement over in principle arbitrarily long distances. This topic holds importance for applications in quantum information science as well as for fundamental investigations, and currently receives significant attention around the world. It will enable a plethora of new applications such as...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Brand, Sebastiaan (author), Coopmans, T.J. (author), Elkouss Coronas, D. (author), Li, Boxi (author)
The vision of a global network that enables quantum communications between any point on Earth is known as the quantum internet. One crucial element of this network is the use of quantum repeater chains, which have the potential to overcome transmission losses and implement entanglement or quantum key distribution protocols over extended...
conference paper 2023
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Wo Kah Jen, KAH JEN (author)
An improvement to the existing one-way quantum repeater network using the tree cluster state as the quantum error correcting code is presented. Namely, the [[5,1,3]] quantum error correcting code is introduced as an outer code while the tree code becomes the inner code. Using this approach, we present a novel hybrid one-way quantum repeater...
master thesis 2022
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Goodenough, K.D. (author)
The research presented in this thesis focused on the problem of entanglement distribution. Simply put, the two main problems facing (practical) implementation of entanglement distribution over quantum networks are loss and noise. Quantum repeaters are meant to overcome the effects of loss, but in practice their implementation always comes at the...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Das, A. (author), Falamarzi Askarani, M. (author), Davidson, J.H. (author), Castro do Amaral, G. (author), Sinclair, Neil (author), Slater, J.A. (author), Marzban, S. (author), Oblak, Daniel (author), Tittel, W. (author)
Long optical storage times are an essential requirement to establish high-rate entanglement distribution over large distances using memory-based quantum repeaters. Rare earth ion-doped crystals are arguably well-suited candidates for building such quantum memories. Toward this end, we investigate the 795.32 nm <sup>3</sup>H<sub>6</sub> ↔ <sup...
journal article 2022
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Labay Mora, Adrià (author)
Distribution of high-quality entanglement over long distances is a key step for the development of a future quantum internet. Exponential photon loss related to distance in optical fibres makes it impractical to connect two nodes directly. Furthermore, the impossibility of copying general quantum states forbids using the same solutions as in...
master thesis 2021
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Mor Ruiz, Maria Flors (author)
Quantum communication can enable new features that are provably impossible with classical communication alone. However, the optical fibers used to send the quantum information are inherently lossy. To overcome the exponential losses over distance so-called quantum repeaters are needed to amplify the signal. As opposed to memory-based approaches,...
master thesis 2021
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Li, B. (author), Coopmans, T.J. (author), Elkouss Coronas, D. (author)
Quantum communication enables the implementation of tasks that are unachievable with classical resources. However, losses on the communication channel preclude the direct long-distance transmission of quantum information in many relevant scenarios. In principle, quantum repeaters allow one to overcome losses. However, realistic hardware...
journal article 2021
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Falamarzi Askarani, M. (author), Chakraborty, K. (author), Castro do Amaral, G. (author)
Realization of a globe-spanning quantum network is a current worldwide goal, where near and long term implementations will benefit from connectivity between platforms optimized for specific tasks. Towards this goal, a quantum network architecture is herewith proposed whereby quantum processing devices based on NV- colour centers act as...
journal article 2021
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Horta Ferreira da Silva, F. (author), Torres-Knoop, Ariana (author), Coopmans, T.J. (author), Maier, D.J. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
Long-distance quantum communication via entanglement distribution is of great importance for the quantum internet. However, scaling up to such long distances has proved challenging due to the loss of photons, which grows exponentially with the distance covered. Quantum repeaters could in theory be used to extend the distances over which...
journal article 2021
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Rabbie, Julian (author)
The quantum internet will allow for communication via qubits, enabling for improved clock synchronization, blind quantum computing and quantum key distribution. Key components of such a quantum network are quantum repeaters, which help to overcome the exponential loss of photons in optical fibers. In this thesis we focus on one type of quantum...
master thesis 2020
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Brand, Sebastiaan (author), Coopmans, T.J. (author), Elkouss Coronas, D. (author)
Quantum communication enables a host of applications that cannot be achieved by classical communication means, with provably secure communication as one of the prime examples. The distance that quantum communication schemes can cover via direct communication is fundamentally limited by losses on the communication channel. By means of quantum...
journal article 2020
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Rozpedek, F.D. (author)
doctoral thesis 2019
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Rozpedek, F.D. (author), Goodenough, K.D. (author), Ribeiro, J.D. (author), Kalb, N. (author), Caprara Vivoli, V. (author), Reiserer, A.A. (author), Hanson, R. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author), Elkouss Coronas, D. (author)
Quantum key distribution allows for the generation of a secret key between distant parties connected by a quantum channel such as optical fibre or free space. Unfortunately, the rate of generation of a secret key by direct transmission is fundamentally limited by the distance. This limit can be overcome by the implementation of so-called...
journal article 2018
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Bäuml, S.M.G. (author), Das, Siddhartha (author), Wilde, Mark M. (author)
Bipartite quantum interactions have applications in a number of different areas of quantum physics, reaching from fundamental areas such as quantum thermodynamics and the theory of quantum measurements to other applications such as quantum computers, quantum key distribution, and other information processing protocols. A particular aspect of...
journal article 2018
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Goodenough, K.D. (author), Elkouss Coronas, D. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
One of the most sought-after goals in experimental quantum communication is the implementation of a quantum repeater. The performance of quantum repeaters can be assessed by comparing the attained rate with the quantum and private capacity of direct transmission, assisted by unlimited classical two-way communication. However, these quantities...
journal article 2016
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