Prof. Saikat Guha (University of Arizona)
Throughput Measurements and Capacity Estimates for Quantum Connections
Nageswara Rao (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA); Muneer Alshowkan (ORNL, USA); Joseph Chapman (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA); Nicholas Peters (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA); Joe Lukens (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA)
Speaker Nageswara Rao
NAGESWARA RAO received PhD in computer science from Louisiana State University in 1988. He is currently a Corporate Fellow at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where he joined in 1993. His research areas include high performance and quantum networking, information fusion, machine learning, and federations of science instruments. He is a Fellow of IEEE, and received 2005 IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award and 2014 R&D 100 Award.
Nageswara Rao (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States)
An Efficient and Secure Post-Quantum Multi-Authority Ciphertext-Policy Attribute-Based Encryption Method Using Lattice
Prithwi Bagchi (International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad, India); Basudeb Bera (Singapore University of Technology and Design); Raj Maheshwari (International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad, India); Ashok Kumar Das (International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, India); David Yau (Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore); Biplab Sikdar (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Speaker Prithwi Bagchi
Prithwi Bagchi is currently a PhD student in computer science and engineering with the Center for Security, Theory and Algorithmic Research, International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, India. He received his M.Sc. degree in mathematics from the Presidency University, West Bengal, India. His research interests include cryptography, lattice based cryptography, and network security.
Entanglement Distribution in Quantum Repeater with Purification and Optimized Buffer Time
Allen Zang (University of Chicago, USA); Xinan Chen (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA); Alexander Kolar (University of Chicago, USA); Joaquin Chung (Argonne National Laboratory, USA); Martin Suchara (Amazon Web Services, USA); Tian Zhong (University of Chicago, USA); Rajkumar Kettimuthu (Argonne National Lab, USA)
Speaker Allen Zang (University of Chicago)
Allen Zang is a PhD candidate in Quantum Science and Engineering at Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, The University of Chicago. He conducts research on quantum networking and quantum information both theoretically and computationally, with a current focus on entanglement generation, distribution and manipulation in realistic scenarios. He is also a core contributor to the open-source quantum network simulator SeQUeNCe.
FPGA-based Deterministic and Low-Latency Control for Distributed Quantum Computing
Romerson D Oliveira (University of Bristol & High Performance Networks Group, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Sima Bahrani (University of Bristol, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ekin Arabul (University of Bristol, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Rui Wang (University of Bristol, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Reza Nejabati (University of Bristol, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Dimitra Simeonidou (University of Bristol, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Speaker Sima bahrani (University of Bristol)
Sima Bahrani is a senior research associate at Smart Internet Lab, The University of Bristol. She is a member of High Performance Networks Group. Her research areas include quantum communication, quantum networks, and optical communication.
W-State as a OHE Scheme for Efficient Path Selection on Quantum Random Walks
Julie A Germain (University of North Texas, USA); Ram Dantu (University of North Texas, USA)
Speaker Julie Germain
Julie Germain is a PhD CSCE student at the University of North Texas, with a research focus on Quantum Computing. She has a background as a multidisciplinary engineer, including education and industry experience in the areas of Mechanical Engineering (Aircraft Structures), Manufacturing Engineering, Producibility Engineering, Systems Engineering, and Technology sales and sales support. She taught engineering courses for two years, as an Adjunct Professor (teaching Engineering Graphics and Programming for Engineers). She has 30+ years of industry experience working for a defense contractor, a High-Performance computing company (SGI), and a high-performance storage company (Seagate).
Arunabha Sen (Arizona State University, United States)