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.

58. Stablizer Codes and Quantum Error Correction. Gottesman. Caltech Thesis, 2008.

59. QEC 2019. Senate House, London: Institute of Physics, 2019.

60. Quantum Error Correction: An Introductory Guide, Joschka Roffe, QCDA, 2019.

61. A Formal Analysis of 5G Authentication. Basin et. al. CCS’18 Proceedings. Canada 15-19 Oct 2018.

62. Data Hub Sessions: 5G Security for the Present and Future. Mark Pecen. Communitech 25 Sep 2019.

63. Second NIST PQC Standardisation Conference 2019. Santa Barbara : s.n., 2019.

64. QKD over 5GUK: Dynamic QKD network over the 5GUK testbed. Bristol, 3 Sep 2019.

65. Blockchain Live 2019. Olympia, London. 25 Sep 2019.

66. Engineering Photonic Quantum Technologies Symposium, London, 20 May 2019.

67. ITU Workshop on Quantum Information Technology (QIT) for Networks. Shanghai, 5-7 Jun 2019.

68. Quantum Threat Timeline. Mosca, Piani, evolutionQ & Global Risk Institute, 2019.