Quantum Bibliography

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1. Government Office for Science. Quantum Technologies: Blackett review. London : UK Government, 2016.

2. NQIT. Technical Roadmap for Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computing. Oxford : NQIT, 2016.

3. Quantum Networks 2017. Oxford : s.n., 2017.

4. ETSI Quantum Safe Workshop. London : s.n., 2017.

5. Quantum computation with realistic magic state factories. Joe O’Gorman, Earl T. Campbell. s.l. : Phys. Rev. A 95, 032338 (2017).

6. EU High-Level Steering Committee. Quantum Technologies Flagship Final Report. 2017.

7. Can Data Make a Medicine? Vallance, Patrick. London : Royal Institution, 2017.

8. Quantum Manifesto, A New Era of Technology. EU : s.n., 2016.

9. QIP 2017. Seattle : s.n., 2017.

10. EmQM17: Emergent Quantum Mechanics. London : Fetzer Franklin Fund, 2017.

11. ETSI ISG QSC. Quantum-Safe Cryptography; Quantum-Safe threat assessment. s.l. : ETSI, 2017.

12. ETSI ISG QSC. Quantum-Safe Cryptography; Limits on symmetric keys. s.l. : ETSI, 2017.

13. QCrypt 2017. Cambridge : s.n., 2017.

14. Quantum Technology Hub, Quantum Communications. Annual Report 2015/16. York : s.n., 2017.

15. Quantum Technology Hub, Sensors & Metrology. Annual Report 2015/16. Birmingham : s.n., 2017.

16. QuantIC. Imaging the Future, Annual Report 2015/16. Glascow : s.n., 2017.

17. NSTC. Advancing Quantum Information Science: National Challenges and Opportunities. s.l. : US Government, 2016.

18. NQIT. The Commercial Prospects for Quantum Computing. s.l. : NQIT, 2016.

19. Aaronson, Scott. Quantum Computing Since Democritus. s.l. : Cambridge University Press, 2013. ISBN 978-0521199568.

20. Quantum Computing in the NISQ era and beyond. Preskill, John. Mountain View, California : Q2B, 2018.

21. QIP 2018. Delft: QuTech, 2018.

22. BQIT:18. Bristol: QET Labs, 2018.

23. Blueprint for a microwave trapped ion quantum computer. Lektshch, Weidt, Hensinger et. al. s.l. : Science Advances, 2017, Vol. 3. e1601540.

24. Characterizing Quantum Supremacy in Near-Term Devices. Boixo et al. arXiv:1608.0026, QIP 2017.

25. Simulating the vibrational quantum dynamics of molecules using photonics. Sparrow, Martín-Lopéz, Laing et al. Nature, 2018, Vol. 557.

26. Control of chemical reactions by feedback-optimized phase-shaped femptosecond laser pulses. Assion, A. et al. Science 282, 919-922, 1998.

27. First NIST PQC Standardisation Conference 2018. Fort Lauderdale : s.n., 2018.

28. PQCrypt 2018. Fort Lauderdale : s.n., 2018.

29. SECOQC White Paper on Quantum Key Distribution and Cryptography, Secoquc-WP-v5, 2007.

30. Progress in satellite quantum key distribution. Bedington, Arrazola, Ling : npj Quantum Information 3, Article number 30, 2017.

31. Photon 2018. Aston, Birmingham : s.n., 2018.

32. Silicon Quantum Information Processing 2018. UCL, London : s.n., 2018.

33. Quantum simulation of the integer factorization problem: Bell states in a Penning trap.  Rosales, Martin.  s.l. Physical Review Letters, 2018, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.97.032325.

34. Resilient Entangling Gates for Trapped Ions. Webb, Weidt, Mintert, Hensinger et. al. s.l. Physical Review Letters, 2018, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.121.180501.

35. EU Quantum Flagship Kickoff. Vienna : s.n., 2018.

36. UK National Quantum Technology Showcase 2018. London : QEII, 2018.

37. Large-scale silicon quantum photonics implementing arbitrary two-qubit processing. Qiang, Zhou, O’Brien, Thompson et. al. Nature Photonics 12, 534-539 (2018).

38. QCrypt 2018. Shanghai: s.n., 2018.

39. ETSI Quantum Safe Workshop. Beijing: s.n., 2018.

40. Q2B 2018. Mountain View, CA, 2018.

41. Entwicklungsstand Quantencomputer. Wilhelm-Mauch et al. BSI-Federal Office for Information Security, 2018.  

42. CES 2019. Las Vegas, NV, 2019.

43. Patent analysis of selected quantum technologies. Travagnin. JRC Technical Reports, 2019.

44. EQTC 2019. Grenoble: s.n., 2019.

45. UK Quantum Network Extension. Adastral Park, 2019.

46. Ergodic and localized regions in quantum spin glasses on the Bethe lattice. Mossi, Scardicchio. 375. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences.

47. March Meeting 2019, Boston: American Physical Society, 2019.

48. BQIT:19. Bristol: QET Labs, 2019.

49. QCTIP 2019. Bristol: Heilbronn Institute, 2019.

50. Experimental realization of 105-qubit random access quantum memory. Jiang et. al. npj Quantum Information 5: 28 (2019).

51.  Quantum Attacks on Bitcoin, and How to Protect Against Them. Aggarwal, Brennen, Lee, Santha, Tomamichel. Ledger Vol 3 (2018) .

52. The Case Against Quantum Computing. Dysakonov. IEEE Spectrum 2018.

53. Quantum Computing: Progress and Prospects. US National Academies.  2019. ISBN 978-0309479691.

54. EDCON2019. Sydney,  2019.

55. Randao: Verifiable Random Number Generation. Randao.org, 2017

56. A Cryptographic Test of Quantumness and Certifiable Randomness for the Single Quantum Device. Brakerski et al.  arXiv:1804.00640.

57. Fidelity benchmarks for two-qubit gates in silicon. Huang et. al. Nature, Letters, 2019.