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25-29 January 2016, 2016 Winter School on Quantum Security, Darmstadt, Germany

Date: 25-29 January 2016
Location: Darmstadt, Germany
Costs: only travel and accommodation

The first CROSSING Winter School on Quantum Security will take place in Darmstadt, Germany, from January 25th to January 29th, 2016. The school is aimed mainly at young students and security researchers with interest in quantum cryptography, quantum computing, and quantum complexity theory.

As quantum computing slowly but steadily makes its way from the realm of science fiction to the realm of feasibility, modern cryptographic technologies face the danger of becoming obsolete, exposing critical infrastructures to unforeseen consequences. Good practice in security requires worst-case scenarios to be considered well before they manifest in order to prevent them. For this reason, in the last few years we have witnessed a growing interest in quantum security from academia, private companies, and governmental agencies. There is unfortunately often a missing link between understanding the quantum theory and designing quantum-proof security solutions. The aim of this winter school is to give an opportunity to fill this gap for many researchers worldwide.

The school will focus on the connection between quantum information theory and cryptography, with the participation of renowned international speakers. Addressed topics will include: quantum computing and quantum algorithms, quantum information and code theory, quantum complexity theory and query complexity, provable security and reductions for post-quantum cryptography, quantum key distribution, and other quantum cryptographic protocols.

For more information, see https://www.crossing.tu-darmstadt.de/en/news-events/winter-school-2016/

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