Are you fascinated by the world of quantum cryptography and eager to gain both theoretical knowledge and practical experience in this groundbreaking field? Join us at the 1st Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) workshop for researchers, taking place at National Technical University of Athens on September 18th and 19th, 2023, organized in the frames of HellasQCI project.
This workshop is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of QKD, starting from the fundamental theory and extending to the operation of QKD links and networks. Engage in captivating talks delivered by leading experts, where you’ll be exposed to the latest advancements, breakthroughs, and cutting-edge technologies in the field.
In addition to knowledge sharing, the workshop offers immersive hands-on demonstrations where you’ll have the opportunity to directly interact with QKD systems, algorithms, and experimental techniques. This practical experience will not only deepen your understanding, but also elevate your practical skills, enabling you to confidently apply your newfound knowledge in your own research endeavours.
Furthermore, this workshop provides a unique networking platform, allowing you to connect with a diverse community of experts, scholars, and enthusiasts. Forge invaluable collaborations, engage in meaningful discussions, and exchange knowledge with peers from various backgrounds. The collective intelligence and collaborative spirit of this community will propel your knowledge to new heights and open doors to exciting opportunities.
Don’t miss out on this exceptional chance to either gain a solid foundation in quantum cryptography or further accelerate your knowledge in this captivating field. Join us at the 1st QKD workshop for researchers, organized in the frames of the HellasQCI project, and together, we’ll pave the way towards a world where secure communication reaches unprecedented levels. Secure your spot now and embark on this transformative journey!
• GRNET S.A.
• National Technical University of Athens, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
• Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Physics
• National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Department of Informatics and Telecommunications
• Foundation for Research and Technology, Hellas
• National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos”
• Space Hellas S.A.