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  • Quantum safe cryptography – waiting to save the world
    Future quantum computers will one day bring us many great benefits. Unfortunately they will also break many of the cryptographic protocols on which current Internet security depends. Google’s quantum supremacy breakthrough notwithstanding, this is still most likely many years off. However, sensitive data intercepted and stored today, or long lifecycle ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowOctober 4, 2019
  • The world is waking up to the need for quantum safe cryptography
    A new quantum network has been launched in the UK and quantum initiatives are underway at telecom players SK Telecom, BT, Telefónica and Huawei – the world is starting to prepare in earnest for the advent of large scale quantum computers. Quantum computers promise to bring a remarkable range of ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowJune 27, 2018
  • Finding winners: quantum startups
    Quantum computing makes headlines, but its sister technologies of quantum cryptography and quantum sensing are reaching market sooner. The first quantum revolution began in 1901 when Max Planck showed that the light emitted from a heated black-body consists of discrete quanta, later dubbed photons. Nature turns out to be built ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowApril 26, 2018
Latest News
  • Technology Review Article
    The magazine Technology Review focuses on disruptive quantum technologies in its Issue 03/2019. In the course of this, InfiniQuant and the QIV Group at the MPL were interviewed by TR. A tour through the labs rounded off their visit in Erlangen and gave an insight into quantum cryptography research and development. ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsMarch 6, 2019
  • Tutorial: Continuous-variable quantum key distribution
    The goal of this tutorial is to understand the basic idea behind continuous-variable quantum key distribution (QKD). The target audience is physicists or engineers, preferably with a basic understanding of optics. Since this is our first attempt at publishing such a tutorial, please come back to us if you have ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsJanuary 24, 2019
  • Quantum technologies at PTB
    Two workshops are taking place these days at the “Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt” in Braunschweig, Germany. The topics are Quantum technologies – basics, applications and exploitation, and Physical and industrial requirements for future quantum networks. The idea is to serve as a networking event for the German quantum technology community, both from ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsJanuary 23, 2019
  • Photonic Days in Berlin Brandenburg
    The yearly photonic days of Berlin and Brandenburg took place in mid October this year. With them, a special symposium on “Photonics for secure and high speed communication” was held, for which the program can be found here. As part of the symposium, the current state of the art of ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsOctober 19, 2018
  • Max-Planck Day
    On September 14, all Max-Planck-Institutes in Germany opened their doors for the interested public to get a peek into state of the art basic science. The motto of the day was “Wonach suchst du?” (engl.: what are you looking for?). This served as a theme to collect questions from the ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsSeptember 28, 2018
  • European Conference on Optical Communication
    The European Conference on Optical Communication 2018 was held in Rome at the end of September. A special workshop day preceded the conference on Sunday the 23rd. Session #6 was dedicated to quantum communications for secure optical networks. InfiniQuant was invited and presented the current activities in continuous-variable quantum key distribution. ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsSeptember 26, 2018
  • Bad Honnef Physics School on Quantum Technologies
    The German Physical Society decided to host their first DPG summer school on quantum technologies. Around 85 interested students signed up for the dense program of around 20 in-depth lectures on state of the art quantum technologies, covering a wide range of topic from magnetic sensing, over atom interferometry, quantum ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsAugust 13, 2018
  • Imaging and Applied Optics Conference
    The Imaging and Applied Optics Congress 2018 took place in Orlanda, Florida, USA and was hosted by the Optical Society. InfiniQuant was invited to give a talk on the Applied Industrial Optics part of the congress and also give a demonstration of the technology. We decided to build a portable ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsJuly 9, 2018
  • ESA’s Quantum Technology – Implementations for Space Workshop
    The 2nd workshop on “Quantum Technology and Implementations for Space” was being held in Noordvijk at the European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) on Nov 14 and 15, 2017. There was a broad programme covering the following topics in different sessions: I – Earth and Planetary remote sensing II ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsNovember 30, 2017
  • InfiniQuant exhibiting at QCRYPT 2017
    The 7th International Conference on Quantum Cryptography (QCRYPT) is being in held in Cambridge this year. The event is taking place from September 18 to 22. InfiniQuant is presenting its project status at the industry exhibition, showing off the current work done with satellites, ground stations and fiber-based research ... read more
    Source: Infiniquant – NewsSeptember 18, 2017
Project Description

InfiniQuant is a team, hosted within the Quantum Information Processing group of Christoph Marquardt at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light in Erlangen, Germany. The group is part of Gerd Leuchs’ division and focuses on fundamental research, whereas InfiniQuant investigates possible applications for quantum communication scenarios. InfiniQuant’s team is currently lead by scientists Imran Khan and Christoph Marquardt.

Project Details
  • Client: InfiniQuant
  • Skill: Metropolitan Quantum Communications, Satellite Quantum Communications, Random Number Generators
  • Link: infiniquant.com
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