The future of quantum technologies involving Poles

The future of quantum technologies with the participation of Poles

An international consortium of organizations from six countries has developed a recommendation for the first quantum protocol standards and submitted them today to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a specialized UN agency for standardization and regulation of the telecommunications market. Among the fourteen organizations that have developed new communication norms is a team from the Quantum Technologies Research Group from the Institute of Theoretical Physics at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw, led by Dr. hab. Magdalena Stobinska.

Quantum technologies could find applications in securing information transmitted on the Internet (quantum key distribution), generating random numbers (quantum random generators), constructing highly sensitive biological and chemical probes (quantum detection) and microscopyow with increased resolution (quantum metrology).

The result of the work of the consortium, whichorym led by the Washington-based Hudson Institute, there are two recommendations, regarding quantum sources ofoThe sources of entropy (randomness) and the system ofoIn the quantum distribution of the key. International Telecommunications Union, whichorego, of which Poland has been a member since 1921, will now deal with the preparation and worldwide dissemination of new standardow.

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In addition to the research team from the University of Warsaw, the other signatories to the recommendation were the following: Armafex Partners LLC, Bra-ket Science, BrightApps LLC, Cambridge Quantum Computing, Ciena, Florida Atlantic University, Harris Corp, Hudson Institute, IDQuantique, Institute for National Defense & Security Research, MagiQ Technologies, QuantumXchange, Qubitekk, QuintessenceLabs, Rivada Networks, SK Telecom, and SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific.