Like the classical Internet, the quantum Internet is a globe-spanning network of networks. The difference between these two Internet is the second one uses a quantum communication system. That means transporting all data in a quantum form. The mechanism used is quantum teleportation which relies on an intrinsic property of the theory, entanglement.
This webinar intends to bring the first answers to these questions and provide the state of the art in the field.
We will talk about the first experiments in Europe:
- In Amsterdam, led by the research group Qutech and the dutch telecommunications operator KPN.
- In Nice with the help of the CNRS Inphyni team and the french telecommunication operator Orange.
- In Swiss with the help of the Swiss Quantum Hub.
14h00 – Opening speech
Jean-Luc Beylat – President at Nokia Bell Labs France and Président at Pôle Systematic
Christophe Calvin – International expert at CEA and President at Aristote Association
Alexandre Krajenbrink – Fellow at CQC, General Secretary and Co-founder at QuantX
14h10 – Quantum technologies for network
Franck Franchin – President at Swiss Quantum Hub
14h25 – How we built it ?
Chun Yang Lum – Co-founder and CEO of SpeQtral
Virginia d’Auria – Associate Professor at Institut de Physique de Nice, coordinator of the Nice experiment
Benjamin Merkel – Researcher at Quantum Networks Group, MPI of Quantum Optics
15h00 – Quantum Security for networks
Chris Ervan – CEO at Kets Quantum Security
Mark Kaplan – CTO at Veriqloud
15h25 – Challenges and futur perspectives
Prineha Narang – CTO at Aliro Quantum Technologies, Assistant Professor at Harvard
Elham Kashefi – Director of Research at CNRS, Professor at University of Edinburgh, Co-founder at VeriQloud
15h50 – Business Situation
Jean-Christophe Goujon – Software/AI/Quantum Computing director at BPIfrance
Christophe Jurczak – Managing partner and Founder at Quantonation, President and Co-founder at LLQ, Treasurer and Co-founder at QuantX
16h15 – Conclusion