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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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Two weeks in

Our course on quantum cryptography will soon enter its third week of instruction (out of ten weeks planned). My parallel “in-class” course at Caltech has already gone through four weeks of lectures. How is it going so far? There are many possible measures … Continue reading

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One week later…

…and 736 words of expectation for the class: Note the top contender: let’s see if we live up to their expectations! It’s been a fun first week. We released “Week 0” of the material a month ahead of the official … Continue reading

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