Leader of the research group: Marcin Pawłowski

Post-docs: Akshata Shenoy, Nikolai Miklin

The broad aim of the Quantum Cybersecurity and Communication Group is to develop quantum solutions for problems in communication and information security.

Activity

Specific goals include the development of:
– Quantum key distribution protocols with low hardware requirements.
– Quantum true random number generators.
– Existing and new quantum cryptographic primitives.
– Methods for secure communication and computation.
– Formal security proofs of quantum cryptographic protocols.
– Tools for cryptoanalysis.
– Commercialisation and industrial outreach.

Publications

Group members

Get to know the people behind ICTQT.
dr hab. Marcin Pawłowski

dr hab. Marcin Pawłowski

Group Leader

<a href="mailto:marcin.pawlowski@ug.edu.pl">marcin.pawlowski@ug.edu.pl</a>

dr Akshata Shenoy

dr Akshata Shenoy

Lecturer

<a href="mailto:akshata.shenoy@ug.edu.pl">akshata.shenoy@ug.edu.pl</a>

dr Karthik Hosapete Seshadri

dr Karthik Hosapete Seshadri

Lecturer

<a href="mailto:karthik.hs@ug.edu.pl">karthik.hs@ug.edu.pl</a>

mgr Anubhav Chaturvedi

mgr Anubhav Chaturvedi

PhD student

<a href="mailto:anubhav.chaturvedi@phdstud.ug.edu.pl">anubhav.chaturvedi@phdstud.ug.edu.pl</a>

mgr Giuseppe Viola

mgr Giuseppe Viola

PhD student

<a href="mailto:giuseppe.viola@phdstud.ug.edu.pl">giuseppe.viola@phdstud.ug.edu.pl</a>

mgr Maciej Stankiewicz

mgr Maciej Stankiewicz

PhD student

<a href="mailto:maciej.stankiewicz@phdstud.ug.edu.pl">maciej.stankiewicz@phdstud.ug.edu.pl</a>

mgr Chithra Raj

mgr Chithra Raj

PhD student

<a href="mailto:chithra.chithraraj@phdstud.ug.edu.pl">chithra.chithraraj@phdstud.ug.edu.pl</a>

Former members

Keywords: quantum cryptography, random number generation, cryptoanalysis, quantum communication, quantum key distribution, device-independent protocols.