Quantum speed-ups for sieving algorithms for the shortest vector problem

Elena Kirshanova
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

Elena Krishanova is a lecturer at  I.Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia. Her research interests include practical and theoretical cryptanalysis of lattice-based and code-based primitives including potential quantum speed-ups. She received my PhD from Ruhr University Bochum at the Chair of Cryptology and IT Secturity, advised by Prof. Dr. Alexander May. Then she was a PostDoc at ENS Lyon in AriC team supervised by Prof. Dr. Damien StehlĂ©.

Quantum resource theories of quantum channels

Xin Wang
Baidu Research

Xin Wang is a Staff Researcher at the Institute for Quantum Computing at Baidu Research. He was a Hartree Fellow at the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS) at the University of Maryland, College Park. He received his doctorate  (Chancellor’s List for Best Thesis) from the University of Technology Sydney under the supervision of Prof. Runyao Duan and Prof. Andreas Winter. His research interests include quantum information theory, quantum computing, and optimization.

How to compress a nonlocal game

Henry Yuen
University of Toronto

Henry Yuen is an assistant professor in the Computer Science and Mathematics departments at the University of Toronto. His research focuses on the interplay between quantum information, complexity theory, and cryptography. He received his PhD in Computer Science from MIT in 2016, and spent two years as a postdoctoral associate at UC Berkeley before joining the University of Toronto in 2018.

Thomas Monz
University of Innsbruck

Experimental quantum error correction: from qubit loss to lattice surgery