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Investigation of how Q-technology together with the classical Internet can be designed and managed
The PhD research is part of QuTech (www.qutech.nl). Assuming that quantum computers exist and can be interconnected, the Q-networking research at NAS aims to understand, from a network or system viewpoint, how Q-technology together with the classical Internet can be designed and managed. We approach Q-networking from the classical telecommunication networking point of view and investigate where Q-functionality (such as entanglement and Q-algorithms) can provide new services or improve current networking. In particular, we would propose to:
(a) Investigate basic networking principles in the context of quantum communication: circuit-switching versus packet-switching, separation of control and data plane or merged as in the Internet, routing and forwarding.
(b) Design robust protocols for creating virtual circuits to enable long-range quantum communication. As quantum communication and entanglement cannot easily be realised over long distances, methods such as entanglement swapping have been devised to extend the range of quantum communication. Concretely, quantum communication is made possible by first establishing entanglement over long distances and then transmitting quantum bits by quantum teleportation.
(c) Implement and test: experience the features of quantum communication by simulations or small lab experiments.
The NAS group has expertise in Internet measurements, network robustness and epidemics, and quantum information theory. We are looking for a brilliant PhD candidate with interest in broad aspects of quantum networking, algorithms, and communications. The candidate should know the principles of quantum mechanics well.
Delft University of Technology (the TU Delft) is a multifaceted institution offering education and carrying out research in the technical sciences at an internationally recognised level. Education, research and design are strongly oriented towards applicability. The TU Delft develops technologies for future generations, focusing on sustainability, safety and economic vitality. At the TU Delft you will work in an environment where technical sciences and society converge. The TU Delft comprises eight faculties, unique laboratories, research institutes and schools.
Electrical Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science
The Department of Quantum Engineering has a double mission. The first is to bring together EEMCS researchers working on quantum computing-related topics. This line of research is intimately connected to QuTech, as the quantum computing researchers of this department are also part of the QuTech research centre. The second is to work on various other computing technologies ranging from single photon detection and liquid silicon to big data, reconfigurable architectures, and dependable nano-computing.
The Networks Architectures and Services (NAS) section educates and conducts research in the broad area of complex networks, ranging from data communications and Internetworking, to other man-made infrastructures such as road-traffic networks, and to biological, brain, social, and financial sector networks. The emphasis lies on understanding these complex, real-world networks by topological as well as spectral studies. NAS also has expertise in concepts (e.g. routing, robustness) of network architectures, in the performance analysis of quality of service-aware protocols and Internet behaviour, and in strategic and business-oriented challenges for network operators.
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