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Seminars (QISW03)

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Event When Speaker Title Presentation Material
QISW03 6th September 2004
11:30 to 12:15
Decoy state quantum key distribution: the best of both worlds?
QISW03 6th September 2004
12:15 to 13:00
Privacy amplification against quantum adversaries
QISW03 6th September 2004
14:15 to 15:00
A generic security proof for quantum key distribution
QISW03 7th September 2004
11:30 to 12:15
N Gisin 1. A new protocol for high bit rates 2. A new type of security proofs
QISW03 7th September 2004
12:15 to 13:00
Relating formal security for classical and quantum protocols
QISW03 7th September 2004
14:15 to 14:35
S Wehner Quantum anoymous transmissions
QISW03 7th September 2004
14:35 to 14:55
R Colbeck Variable bias coin tossing
QISW03 7th September 2004
14:55 to 15:15
A simple no-go lemma
QISW03 8th September 2004
11:30 to 12:15
Non-local correlations and key distribution
QISW03 8th September 2004
14:15 to 15:00
Graph states - stability under decoherence, entanglement purification and possible applications
QISW03 8th September 2004
15:30 to 16:15
On the key-uncertainty of quantum ciphers and the computational security of one-way quantum transmission
QISW03 9th September 2004
11:30 to 12:15
Cheat sensitive bit commitment
QISW03 9th September 2004
12:15 to 13:00
Experimental quantum bit string generation
QISW03 9th September 2004
14:15 to 15:00
Applications of quantum universal composability theorem
QISW03 9th September 2004
16:00 to 22:00
PROSECCO meeting (joint with RESQ)
QISW03 10th September 2004
11:30 to 12:15
Locking of entanglement
QISW03 10th September 2004
12:15 to 13:00
Quantum correlations in quantum cryptology
QISW03 10th September 2004
14:15 to 15:00
Distillation of secret key and entanglement from quantum states
QISW03 10th September 2004
15:30 to 16:15
CH Bennett Unlocking of a quantum channel's forward classical capacity by classical communication
University of Cambridge Research Councils UK
    Clay Mathematics Institute London Mathematical Society NM Rothschild and Sons