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Quantum key distribution over 80 km


Researchers from the CNRS, Institut d’Optique Graduate School, Télécom ParisTech, Inria and the start-up SeQureNet have sent a cryptographic key over a distance of 80 kilometres in total security, thanks to a quantum protocol whose implementation requires only standard telecom components. This work was published on 14 April 2013 on the journal Nature Photonics 's website.


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ERC 2016

6 Inria researchers awarded ERC 2016

AB - 3/11/2016

The ERC Starting Grants is aimed at young scientists (two to seven years after the thesis) : five Inria researchers awarded in 2016 this grant which enable them to build up a research team around an original theme. Discover our successful applicants.


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Towards quantum systems engineering

Françoise Breton (french version) - 23/11/2011

Mazyar Mirrahimi of the Sisyphe team, in collaboration with the group led by Serge Haroche and Jean-Michel Raimond of the ENS and Pierre Rouchon of the Ecole des Mines de Paris, recently co-wrote an article published in Nature  which has garnered some attention. Interview with an automation engineer fascinated by problems related to quantum physics.


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Inria at NIST


Since 2017, NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) has organised an international competition to standardise post-quantum cryptographic algorithms. Of the 26 submissions chosen as finalists, 7 are the fruit of research by Inria project teams. Anne Canteaut, head of the SECRET project team, talks to us about the objectives and challenges.


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