QICS Category: 20. QUANTUM COMMUNICATION

{|border="0" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0" | | |- | colspan=2|'''21. Protocols''' |- | | |- |'''21.10.+a''' |'''Quantum authentication / identification''' |- |'''21.20.-s''' |'''Quantum secret sharing / data hiding''' |- |21.20.Kl |Quantum key distillation |- |21.20.Kd |Quantum key distribution |- |21.20.Rp |Remote state preparation |- |21.20.Rc |Quantum remote control |- |21.20.Sc |Quantum bit-string commitment |- |'''21.30.+c''' |'''Quantum coding''' |- |'''21.40.+d''' |'''Quantum data compression''' |- |'''21.50.+t''' |'''Teleportation''' |- |'''21.60.+e''' |'''Entanglement based protocols''' |- |'''21.70.+q''' |'''Qudits''' |- |'''21.80.+c''' |'''Quantum cloning''' |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''22. Information security beyond quantum cryptography''' |- | | |- |'''22.10.+k''' |'''High key rates''' |- |'''22.20.+d''' |'''Continuous variables''' |- |'''22.30.+c''' |'''Quantum codes''' |- |'''22.40.+p''' |'''Privacy Amplification''' |- |'''22.50.+t''' |'''Teleportation as a cryptographical primitive''' |- |'''22.60.+e''' |'''Eavesdropping detection''' |- |'''22.65.+a''' |'''Eavesdropping attacks / strategies''' |- |'''22.70.+s''' |'''Security proofs''' |- |'''22.80.+p''' |'''Plug and play systems''' |- |'''22.90.+d''' |'''Distrustful cryptography''' |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''23. Long-distance quantum communication''' |- | | |- |'''23.05.+f''' |'''Fiber-based quantum communication''' |- |'''23.10.+l''' |'''Limits for shared entanglement''' |- |'''23.20.+f''' |'''Free-space entanglement''' |- |'''23.25.+c''' |'''Free-space quantum communication''' |- |'''23.30.+o''' |'''Outer-space quantum communication''' |- |'''23.40.+a''' |'''Adaptive optics''' |- |'''23.50.+s''' |'''Feasibility studies for satellite based quantum communication''' |- |'''23.60.+d''' |'''Study of decoherence''' |- |'''23.70.+s''' |'''Space qualified technologies''' |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''24. Sources''' |- | | |- |'''24.10.-s''' |'''Single photons''' |- |24.10.Od |Single photons on demand |- |24.10.Tw |Single photons at telecom wavelength |- |'''24.20.-e''' |'''Entangled photons''' |- |24.20.Od |Entangled photons on demand |- |24.20.Tw |Entangled photons at telecom wavelength |- |'''24.30.+s''' |'''Squeezed state sources''' |- |'''24.40.+h''' |'''High efficiency sources''' |- |'''24.50.+m''' |'''Multiphoton sources''' |- |'''24.60.-s''' |'''Generation of specific states of radiation''' |- |24.60.Sc |Superposition of coherent states |- |24.60.Hb |Helical beams |- |'''24.70.+c''' |'''Color centers / quantum dots''' |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''25. Detectors''' |- | | |- |'''25.10.+e''' |'''Quantum efficiency of detection''' |- |'''25.20.+n''' |'''Number resolution''' |- |'''25.30.+c''' |'''Clock synchronization''' |- |'''25.40.+t''' |'''Automated state and process tomography''' |- |'''25.50.+m''' |'''Miniaturization''' |- |'''25.60.-a''' |'''Quantum state analyzers''' |- |25.60.Ba |Bell-state analyzer |- |25.60.Ga |GHZ-state analyzer |- |- |} Category: ERA Quantiki Project

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