9:30 - 12:30 CET
Quantum communication is a rapidly evolving field which promises a leap in the security of key distribution. This workshop, organized by the team of CODE’s very own quantum communication project, MuQuaNet, aims at bringing together physicists, computer scientists, engineers and other disciplines for a lively exchange about the diverse challenges in the field of quantum communication, ranging from optical devices, electronics and satellite systems to software interfaces and security proofs.
This workshop is part of the annual CODE-Conference 2021 (July 20-22). The workshop itself takes place on July, 21. Registration is open until July 12, 2021 and free of charge for members of universities and federal offices. Registration link
9.30 | Introduction | MuQuaNet-Team
9.45 | Talk 1: Integrating QKD in Classical Satellite Operations – The Challenges ahead | Andreas Spörl und Jan Pitann, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen
10.15 | Talk 2: Small is beautiful – Integrating QKD with classical communication links | Harald Weinfurter, LMU
10.45 | Coffee break
11.00 | Talk 3: Security of QKD from BSI’s perspective | Tobias Hemmert, BSI
11.30 | Talk 4: QKD Devices: Interfaces and the Classical World Around | Stefan Röhrich, Rohde&Schwarz
12.00 | Panel Discussion on Current Challenges in QKD | All Speakers
12.30 | Wrap up & Lessons Learned | MuQuaNet-Team
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