Oct 13, 2022, 12:08 PM
Fadri Grünenfelder has received his PhD for work related to Quantum Key Distribution Thesis Title: Performance, Security and Network Integration of Simplified BB84 Quantum Key Distribution
Oct 3, 2022, 1:29 PM
The public open day for the Ancienne Ecole de Médecine saw enormous interest in the activities of the university of Geneva and our activities. Thousands turned out to visit the new and the old building and enjoy the demonstrations and explanations of our research in quantum science.
Oct 3, 2022, 12:57 PM
The official inauguration of the Ancienne Ecole de Médecine, took place on the 27th of September marking the return of the Department of Applied Physics to this landmark building in Geneva.
Sep 30, 2022, 1:11 PM
The Geneva Quantum Centre is a brand new initiative, bringing together all aspects of quantum science and technology at the University of Geneva.
Sep 15, 2022, 1:13 PM
The Geneva Quantum Centre held its first event with a small symposium at the Campus biotech. This kickoff event brought together for the first time all the researchers from the university involved in the centre.
Mar 23, 2022, 3:49 PM
Our recent demonstration of local and scalable detection of genuine multipartite single-photon path entanglement has been published in Quantum. We construct a scalable entanglement witness that can be implemented with local measurements only, and experimentally demonstrate its applicability on an 8-partite single-photon path-entangled state.
Jan 24, 2022, 5:27 PM
The INSPIRE Potentials QSIT Master Internship Award was awarded to Hanan Jaffal by NCCR QSIT. The award aims to encourage excellent women students to carry out their Master's thesis in a laboratory belonging to the NCCR QSIT network, so aiming to increase the number of women researchers in areas such as single photon detectors and other quantum technologies.
Nov 9, 2021, 11:16 AM
Our new results are now out in Nature! We demonstrate a new system based on the concept of “zero-knowledge proofs”, the security of which is based on the physical principle of relativity, that allows for secure data transfer.
Sep 23, 2021, 1:13 PM
Our results from recent experiments on the limits of integrating quantum key distribution (QKD) into existing classical networks have been published in Applied Physics Letters! QKD has already become commercially available recently, however, it is still a challenge to integrate QKD into existing classical networks due to noise introduced by the other signals. In our article we studied how a state-of-the art QKD system can be combined into an existing network.