Quantum Communications Networks

Quantum communications relies on a seemingly magical principle of entanglement of two distant particles. At Bristol University, Dr. Joshi's team have created a quantum network of eight receiver boxes at an extremely low cost. The system then uses Quantum Key Distribution which ensures that communications using the system are free from cyber attacks.

Dr. Joshi will outline the design of the network and the way quantum physics technology has been developed.

As the system is developed there could be the promise of secure global networks being implemented at an affordable price.

 

Speaker: Dr. Siddarth Joshi, Bristol University

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Time

14 Oct 2021

6:30pm - 7:30pm

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Coventry and Warwickshire Local Network

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Dr Siddarth K Joshi

Dr Siddarth K Joshi

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