ISQA - Information Security in the Quantum Age
Uncompromisable information security can be only achieved by relying on unshakeable scientific principles in mathematics or physics. It is therefore directly connected to progress in fundamental research in both of these area and requires constant progress to advance.
However, to translate these results into useable technology and to maintain everyday security within the current technology, is a just as important goal to achieve.
In alignment with the goal of the Government of Japan to put quantum cryptography into practical use from 2025, this meeting will bring together Japanese and international forefront researchers in experimental and theoretical approaches, to discuss the current status, make valuable connections and outline required future progress.
The number of participants is limited to about 50.
- Rotem Arnon-Friedman (UC Berkeley, USA)
- Roger Colbeck (University of York, UK)
- Thomas Jennewein (University of Waterloo, Canada, to be confirmed)
- Troy Lee (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
- Vadim Makarov (Russian Quantum Center, Russia)
- Jian-Wei Pan (University of Science and Technology of China)
- Renato Renner (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
- Gregoire Ribordy (ID Quantique, Switzerland)
- Daniel Shiu (GCHQ, UK)
- Akihisa Tomita (Hokkaido University, Japan)
- Lum Chune Yang (SpeQtral)
- Tracy Northup (Innsbruck University, Austria)
More to be announced
- Artur Ekert, University of Oxford (UK) and CQT (Singapore)
- Thomas Busch, OIST Graduate University (Japan)
- Síle Nic Chormaic, OIST Graduate University (Japan)
- Nobu Imoto, Osaka University (Japan)
- Isaac Ben Israel, ICRC - Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center (Israel)
- Miklos Santha, CNRS (France) and CQT (Singapore)