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Eleni Diamanti, CSO Protocols, WeLinQ, will speak on ‘Prospects for a Quantum Repeater” at IQT the Hague March 13-15

By Sandra Helsel posted 02 Feb 2023

Eleni Diamanti, CSO Protocols, WeLinQ, will speak on ‘Prospects for a Quantum Repeaterat IQT the Hague March 13-15.
Eleni Diamanti is CSO Protocols at WeLinQ, French start-up producing efficient quantum memories for long distance quantum communications and networked quantum computing. She is also CNRS research director at the LIP6 laboratory of Sorbonne Université in Paris. She did her studies in Greece, obtained her PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and was a Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow before joining the CNRS. Her research focuses on the development of photonic resources for quantum networks and on the implementation of quantum cryptography and communication protocols. She is a recipient of a European Research Council grant and coordinator of the Paris Centre for Quantum Technologies. Eleni is one of the Key figures at the Quantum Internet Alliance

Register here for IQT The Hague, March 13-15

IQT The Hague 2023 is the eighth global conference and exhibition in the highly successful Inside Quantum Technology series.
The Hague event will focus on Quantum Communications and Quantum Security. Ten vertical topics encompassing more than 40 panels and talks from over 80 speakers will provide attendees with a deep understanding on state-of-the-art developments of the future quantum internet as well as the current impact of quantum-safe technologies on cybersecurity.

 

Sandra K. Helsel, Ph.D. has been researching and reporting on frontier technologies since 1990.  She has her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.

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