Event: The QI team is organizing the Pan-European Quantum Hackathon in Paris on November 5-6, 2019. The Hackathon is held simultaneously in five connected nodes across Europe. Participants from across all five locations will form teams to take on challenges. More informations here.
News: Elham Kashefi contributed to the report Quantum Computing: ready for the huge leap? as a member of the quantum panel at France is AI 2019 conference. More details here.
News: The work of Anupama Unnikrishnan, Ian MacFarlane, Richard Yi, Eleni Diamanti, Damian Markham, and Iordanis Kerenidis, about practical anonymous communication in quantum networks was featured in a Phys.org article here.
News: The work of Shane Mansfield about contextuality and computational advantage was featured in the cover investigation of Science et Vie this month, here and here.
News: Niraj Kumar and Eleni Diamanti, along with Iordanis Kerenidis, have been interviewed for a press article entitled Milestone Experiment Proves Quantum Communication Really Is Faster in Quantamagazine, which can be accessed here.
News: Damian Markham contributed to the ERCIM News 112 on Quantum Lego. More details here.
News: Elham Kashefi, along with Alexandru Gheorghiu, contributed to the ERCIM News 112 on Keeping Quantum Computers Honest. More details here.
News: Congratulations to Eleni Diamanti on being awarded ERC Starting Grant 'Quantum Superiority with Coherent States' (QUSCO).
Article: Elham Kashefi, along with Alexandru Gheorghiu and Theodoros Kapourniotis, give an overview of Verification of Quantum Computation. More details here.
Article: Best of both worlds. Eleni Diamanti and Elham Kashefi comment on the challenge of secure communication in a connected society. More details here.
Dr. Hossein Aghababa
University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
(29 June 2019 - July 2020)
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
(1 Oct. - 31 Dec. 2019)
Institute of Opto-electronics
Shanxi University, China
(1 Oct. - 17 Dec. 2019)
The team is working on both theoretical and experimental projects. Various positions are available in all areas of quantum information.
The team is currently offering a postdoctoral theory position in in the domain of quantum communication and networks.