Quantum Computing & Networking
IntroductionQuantum Computing and Quantum Networking have the potential to profoundly change the computer and network science world. This page is to collect different ongoing efforts and our own place in that world. As for the Systems and Networking Laboratory we are involved for four objectives:
- Architecture research for a hybrid classical and quantum compute and networking world combining the strengths of both worlds.
- Experimental testbeds for research and education in the field of trusted distributed data processing.
- Ethical issues surrounding this new technology.
- International collaborations
Currently dr. Paola Grosso, prof. dr. ir. Cees de Laat, and dr. Florian Speelman are associated with QUSOFT.
Some usefull things to know:
- in one way communications noice adds linear contrary to classical networking where it adds logarithmically.
- in two way communication degradation goes gracefully and can reach longer distances.
- noise about 2 db/km
- Quantum Networks for Open Science Workshop.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research, Rockville, Maryland, September 25 - 26, 2018
- From Long-distance Entanglement to Building a Nationwide Quantum Internet: Report of the DOE Quantum Internet Blueprint Workshop Feb 5 - 6, 2020 (Technical Report) from OSTI.GOV