Outputs

The QuantumMining expect outputs are:

  • Papers in international journals (10/10)
  1. Mariano Lemus, Mariana F. Ramos, Preeti Yadav, Nuno A. Silva, Nelson J. Muga, André Souto, Nikola Paunkovic, Paulo Mateus, and Armando N. Pinto: “Generation and Distribution of Quantum Oblivious Keys for Secure Multiparty Computation”: Applied Sciences, 10, 4080, 2020. (Download)
  2. Mariano Lemus, João P. Beirão, Nikola Paunkovic, Alexandra M. Carvalho, and Paulo Mateus: “Information-Theoretical Criteria for Characterizing the Earliness of Time-Series Data“: Entropy, 22, 49, 1-22, 2020. (Download)
  3. Mariana Gama, Paulo Mateus, and André Souto: “A Private Quantum Bit String Commitment“: Entropy, 22, 272, 1-9, 2020. (Download)
  4. Mariana F. Ramos, Nuno A. Silva, Nelson J. Muga, and Armando N. Pinto: “Reversal Operator to Compensate Random Drifts in Polarization-Encoded Quantum Communications“: Optics Express, 28, 5035-5049, 2020. (Download)
  5. P. Branco, P. Mateus, C. Salema, and A. Souto: “Using low-density parity check codes to improve McEliece cryptosystem“: Information Sciences, 510, 243-255, 2020. (Download)
  6. Francisco Pipa, Nikola Paunkovic and Marko Vojinovic: “Entanglement-induced deviation from the geodesic motion in quantum gravity“, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, JCAP09, 057-057, 2019. (Download)
  7. Shiping Du, Daowen Qiu, Paulo Mateus, and Jozef Gruska: “Enhanced double random phase encryption of quantum images“: Results in Physics, 13, 102161, 2019. (Download)
  8. P. Yadav, P. Mateus, N. Paunkovic, and A. Souto: “Quantum contract signing with entangled pairs”: Entropy, 21(9), 821, 2019. (Download)
  9. S. Di Giorgio, and P. Mateus: “Efficiently Compressible Density Operators Via Entropy Maximization“: Proceedings, 12 (39), 1-5, 2019. (Download)
  10. N. Paunkovic, L. J. Ju, M. Yang, W.-J. C. Chu, and Z. Cao: “Creating
    photonic GHZ and W states via quantum walk”. Quantum Information
    Processing, 18(6):176-176, 2019. (Download)
  • Papers in national journals (0/1)

 

  • Communications in international scientific meetings (9/6)
  1. Nuno A. Silva, Daniel Pereira, Nelson J. Muga, Armando N. Pinto, Practical Imperfections Affecting the Performance of CV-QKD Based on Coherent Detection, International Conference of Transparent Optical Network (ICTON), Bari, Italy, Vol. 1, pp. 1 – 4, July, 2020. (Download)
  2. Armando N. Pinto, Laura Ortiz, Manuel Santos, Ana C. Gomes, Juan P. Brito, Nelson J. Muga, Nuno A. Silva, Paulo Mateus, Vicente Martin, Quantum Enabled Private Recognition of Composite Signals in Genome and Proteins, International Conference of Transparent Optical Network (ICTON), Bari, Italy, Vol. 1, pp. 1 – 4, July, 2020. (Download)
  3. Nelson J. Muga, Mariana Ramos, Sara Mantey, Nuno A. Silva and Armando N. Pinto: “Deterministic State-of-Polarization Generation for Polarization-Encoded Optical Communications“: IMOC – International Microwave and Optoelectronics Conference, Aveiro, Portugal, 2019. (Download)
  4. Mariana F. Ramos, Nuno A. Silva, Nelson J. Muga, and Armando N. Pinto: “Fast Polarization Basis Alignment For Quantum Communications”: FIO – Frontiers in Optics, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, 2019. (Download)
  5. Pedro Branco, and Paulo Mateus: “A Traceable Ring Signature SchemeBased on Coding Theory“. PQCrypt 2019, Chongqing, China, May 8–10, 2019. (Download)
  6. Armando N. Pinto, Mariana F. Ramos, Andoni C. Santos, Nuno A. Silva, and Nelson J. Muga: “The Impact of Fiber Random Birefringence in Polarization-Encoded Quantum Communications”. ICTON 2019, Angers, France, July 9-13, 2019. [Invited] (Download)
  7. Nuno A. Silva, M. Almeida, D. Pereira, M. Facão Nelson J. Muga, and Armando N. Pinto: “Role of Device Imperfections on the Practical Performance of Continuous-Variable Quantum Key Distribution Systems”. ICTON 2019, Angers, France, July 9-13, 2019. [Invited] (Download)
  8. Margarida Facão, V. Ferreira, A. Marques, T. Freitas, and Nuno A. Silva: “Strategies of legitimate parties and an eavesdropper for discretely modulated continuous-variables quantum key distribution protocols”. ICTON 2019, Angers, France, July 9-13, 2019. [Invited] (Download)
  9. M. Lemus, P. Yadav, P. Mateus, N. Paunkovic and A. Souto: “On minimal
    assumptions to obtain a universally composable quantum bit commitment“. ICTON 2019, Angers, France, July 9-13, 2019. [Invited]
  • Communications in national scientific meetings (3/3)
  1. Mariana Ramos, Nuno A. Silva, and Armando N. Pinto. “Fast and secure multiparty computation enabled by quantum communications technologies”: Research Summit, Universidade de Aveiro, June, 2019. [Best pitch award] (Download)
  2. Daniel Pereira, Nuno A. Silva, and Armando N. Pinto. “Inter-Symbol-Interference in Continuous Variables Quantum Communications”: Research Summit, Universidade de Aveiro, June, 2019. (Download)
  3. Daniel Pereira, Nuno A. Silva, and Armando N. Pinto. “Quantum RNG based on vacuum noise”: Research Summit, Universidade de Aveiro, November, 2018. [Best pitch award] (Download)
  • Reports (1/3)
  1. First- year progress report: 01/09/2018 – 31/08/2019 (Download)
  • Organization of scientific meeting and seminars (1/3)
  1. Organization of the Second Workshop on Quantum Communications (QC) co-located with ICTON 2020 – “22st International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks”, Bari, Italy, July 19-23, 2029. [Call for Papers]
  2. Organization of the First Workshop on Quantum Communications (QC) co-located with ICTON 2019 – “21st International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks”, Angers, France, July 9-13, 2019. [Call for Papers]
  • PhD Thesis (1/2)
    • In Progress
      1. Zeinab Rahmani: “Quantum Assisted Secure Multi-Party Computation”. Departamento de Electrónica, Telecomunicações e Informática, Universidade de Aveiro.
      2. Manuel Santos: “Development of Oblivious Transfer in Secure Multiparty Computation Platforms“. Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa.
      3. Mariana Ramos: “Quantum Technologies to Support Secure and Fast Multiparty Computation”. Departamento de Electrónica, Telecomunicações e Informática, Universidade de Aveiro.
      4. Daniel Pereira: “Design and Implementation of a Quantum Oblivious Key Generation and Distribution protocol using Continuous Variables”. Departamento de Electrónica, Telecomunicações e Informática, Universidade de Aveiro .
      5. Mariano Lemus: “Quantum correlations and applications to cryptography“. Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa.
      6. Ricardo Miguel: “Entanglement and applications to quantum games“. Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa.
      7. Pedro Branco: “Post-quantum cryptography based on code theory“. Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa.
      8. Manuel Goulão: “Post-quantum multiparty computation“. Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa.
    • Finished
  1. Preeti Yadav: “Quantum Privacy“. Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa.
  • Master dissertations (2/3)
  • In Progress
    1. Sara Mantey: “Controlo da polarização electro-óptico para aplicação em tecnologias quânticas”. Departamento de Física, Universidade de Aveiro.
    2. Alexandre Marques: “Detecção coerente em sistemas de distribuição de chaves quânticas”. Departamento de Física, Universidade de Aveiro
  • Finished
    1. Mariana Gama: “Quantum Bit String Commitment Protocols with an EPR Pair Trusted Source“. Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa.
    2. Vitor Ferreira: “Estratégias de ataque a protocolos de distribuição
      de chave quântica de variáveis contínuas e modulação discreta”.
      Departamento de Física, Universidade de Aveiro. (Download)
  • Undergraduate dissertations (2/0)
    • In Progress
      1. Tiago Fernandes: “Estudo experimental, modelação e otimização de gerador quântico de números aleatórios, baseado em medições em quadratura do estado de vácuos”. Departamento de Física, Universidade de Aveiro.
  • Finished
    1. Maurício Ferreira: “Caracterização de um Gerador Quântico de Número Aleatórios”. Departamento de Física, Universidade de Aveiro. (Download)
    2. Margarida Almeida: “Impacto das imperfeições experimentais dos detetores homódinos na performance de sistemas de criptografia quântica”. Departamento de Física, Universidade de Aveiro. (Download)

 

  • Computational applications (1/1)
    1. Manuel Goulão, and P. Mateus “Sage implementation of Oblivious Transfer based on Ring Learning with Errors (RLWE)”: https://github.com/manelgo/rlweot/
  • Models (0/1)

 

  • Laboratory  Prototypes (0/1)

 

  • Patents (0/1)