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Cryptography – A Primer for Quantum Technologists
6 November, 2020
In this session, we will introduce (a) some basic cryptography techniques, then (b) discuss some of the post-quantum cryptography techniques considered for replacing key distribution in a post-quantum world. Also, (c) we will cover a quantum key distribution (QKD)
technique known as BB84, which relies on the features of quantum physics to exchange private keys.
Terrill Frantz is a professor at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in the USA, where he teaches pre-college,
undergraduate, graduate and PhD courses in quantum computing, among other subjects.
He recently pivoted into quantum computing after working with classical computing software for over 46 years!
Terrill runs https://www.meetup.com/Philadelphia-Harrisburg-Quantum-Computing-Meetup-Group/ and manages
Quantum Computing | Internet of Things (IoT) | Deep Learning | AI/ML | Blockchains | Program Management | PMP, CSM
Next Level Quantum Security
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