Outputs

  • Papers in international journals (6/6)
    • Margarida Almeida, Daniel Pereira, Margarida Facão, Armando N. Pinto and Nuno A. Silva, "Reconciliation Efficiency Impact on Discrete Modulated CV-QKD Systems Key Rates", Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol. 41, pp. 6134, (2023). Doi: 10.1109/JLT.2023.3280076.
    • Daniel Pereira, Armando N. Pinto, and Nuno A. Silva, "Polarization Diverse True Heterodyne Receiver Architecture for Continuous Variable Quantum Key Distribution", IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol. 41, pp. 432, (2023). DOI: 10.1109/JLT.2022.3216754.
    • Daniel Pereira, Margarida Almeida, Armando N. Pinto and Nuno A. Silva, "Impact of Transmitter Imbalances on the Security of Continuous Variables Quantum Key Distribution", EPJ Quantum Technology, 2023. DOI: 10.21203.
    • Ricardo Faleiro, Nikola Paunkovic, and Marko Vojinovic, "Operational interpretation of the vacuum and process matrices for identical particles", Quantum Journal, Vol. 7, pp. 986, (2023). Doi: 10.22331/q-2023-04-20-986 .
    • Manuel Santos, Paulo Mateus, and Armando N. Pinto, "Quantum Oblivious Transfer: A Short Review", Entropy Vol. 24, pp. 1-35 , (2022). DOI: 10.3390/e24070945.
    • Bruno Mera, Paulo Mateus, Alexandra M. Carvalho, "Model complexity in statistical manifolds: the role of curvature", IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 68, pp. 5619, (2022). Doi: 10.1109/TIT.2022.3176470.
  • Communications in international scientific meetings (7/4)
    • Mário Silva, Ricardo Faleiro, Paulo Mateus, Emmanuel Zambrini Cruzeiro, "A coherence-based game and applications to semi-device-independent quantum key distribution", TQC23, Aveiro, 2023.
    • Lorenzo Catani, Ricardo Faleiro, Pierre-Emmanuel Emeriau, Shane Mansfield, Anna Pappa, "Connecting XOR and XOR* games", TQC23, Aveiro, 2023.
    • Armando N. Pinto, Manuel B. Santos, Nuno A. Silva, Nelson J. Muga, and Paulo Mateus, "Oblivious keys for secure multiparty computation obtained from a CV-QKD", eICTON 2023, Bucarest, Romania 2023.
    • Sara T. Mantey, Nuno A. Silva, A. N. Pinto, N. J. Muga, “AI-Assisted Polarization Basis Alignment for Quantum Key Distribution System Receivers,” ICTON 2023, Bucarest, Romania 2023.
    • Armando N. Pinto, Nelson J. Muga, Nuno A. Silva, Manuel B. Santos, Paulo Mateus, A. C. Gomes, Mário Grãos, J.P. Brito, Laura Ortiz, Vicente Martin, “Quantum Secure Multiparty Computation to Support Genomic Medicine”, Quantum Mater, Madrid, Spain 2023.
    • Sara T. Mantey, Mariana F. Ramos, Nuno A. Silva, Armando N. Pinto, Nelson J. Muga, "Frame Synchronization for Quantum Key Distribution Systems", IEEE Global Communications Conference - GLOBECOM, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December, 2022.
    • Daniel Pereira, Margarida Almeida, Armando Pinto, and Nuno A. Silva, "Optimization of continuous variables quantum key distribution using discrete modulation", SPIE Security + Defense, Berlin, Germany, September, 2022.
  • Reports (1/3)
    • First-year progress report (05/2023).
  • Organization of seminars and conferences (1/3)
    • Organization of the third workshop onQuantum Communications co-located with ICTON 2023 - “23rd International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks”, Bucharest, Romania, July 2-6, 2023. (Download)
    • Organization of the Second Quantum Techday 2023 - Instituto de Telecomunicações and University of Aveiro, Portugal, March 13, 2023. (Download)
  • PhD Thesis (1/2)
    • Daniel Pereira: “Analysis and Optimization of Continuous Variables Quantum Cryptographic Systems“. Departament of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics, University of Aveiro, (07/2023).
  • Master dissertations (0/3)
  • Undergraduate dissertations (2/0)
    • Monitoring the Photon Source Statistics in Discrete-Variable Quantum Key Distribution, Mariline Monteiro Costa, Physics Department, University of Aveiro (07/2023).
    • Impact of optical and electronic noise fluctuation on the performance of a quantum key distribution system, Diogo Pomar Luís Salgueiro, Physics Department, University of Aveiro (07/2023).
  • Software (0/1)
  • Demonstrators/Laboratory Prototypes (0/1)
    • Video contest for QuantERA Strategic Conference

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