Tag Archives: cryptography

QCryptoX: post-mortem

Our EdX/Delft/Caltech course on quantum cryptography officially ended on Dec. 20th, and is now archived (all material should remain available in the foreseeable future; we will also prepare a self-contained version of the lecture notes). At Caltech, the “flipped classroom” ended a couple … Continue reading

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Entanglement and cryptography

A central tenet of quantum information theory is that by taking an operational approach to quantum mechanics (for which computational, cryptographic or information-theoretic tasks does the use of quantum mechanics present an advantage?) one can not only achieve novel tasks, … Continue reading

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