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-{{:​news:​quantum-lock.jpeg?​nolink&​300 | }} Here is an excellent article written by Chris Lee on the [[ http://​arstechnica.com/​security/​2012/​09/​quantum-cryptography-yesterday-today-and-tomorrow/​ | Ars Technica ]] website. It provides an overview and explanation of Quantum Cryptography for the general public, starting with the motivation for this technology; namely Quantum Computing, which could provide an efficient way of hacking classical encryption methods in the future. An interview with Professor Nicolas Gisin outlines the corresponding research work carried out in our group. In order to aid understanding,​ it includes a nice [[ http://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​feature=player_embedded&​v=UVzRbU6y7Ks | video ]] explaining one possible protocol for Quantum Cryptography,​ the so called BB84 protocol. ​+{{:​news:​quantum-lock.jpeg?​nolink&​300 | }} Here is an excellent article written by Chris Lee on the [[ http://​arstechnica.com/​security/​2012/​09/​quantum-cryptography-yesterday-today-and-tomorrow/​ | Ars Technica ]] website. It provides an overview and explanation of Quantum Cryptography for the general public, starting with the motivation for this technology; namely Quantum Computing, which could provide an efficient way of hacking classical encryption methods in the future. An interview with Professor Nicolas Gisin outlines the corresponding research work carried out in our group. In order to aid understanding,​ it includes a nice [[ http://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​feature=player_embedded&​v=UVzRbU6y7Ks | video ]] explaining one version of Quantum Cryptography ​protocols, the so called BB84 protocol. ​