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Abstract: When fully deployed, the quantum Internet will connect any two points (eventually on the planet) via quantum communications through a system of national quantum networks. Each quantum network will interconnect nodes based on a heterogeneous set of technologies that will enable the realization of a diverse set of quantum protocols, such as multi-party secure communications, sensing, blind quantum computing, and distributed quantum computing. To date, no quantum Internet exists. Nevertheless, there already are a number of useful components and testbeds available that can inform the design of a first-generation quantum Internet.  In my talk I will describe some of the relevant concepts as well as existing technologies and testbeds that are envisioned to contribute to the development of the Quantum Internet.

Sponsor: Computational Science Seminar sponsored jointly by the University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory and Fermilab

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