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QAP SP5 Theory Serge Massar Publications for Year 1 – 115+ submitted/published (more than half of QAP output) – 11+ in PRL FOCS STOCS – 1 Review in Progress in Optics – 1 Vulgarisation in La Recherche Meetings –Poincaré Semester (Paris) –QIP Conference (Paris) –QAP&RESQ meeting (Paris) –Quantum Process Estimation Workshop (Budmerice)

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QAP SP5 Theory Serge Massar Meetings –Poincaré Semester (Paris) –QIP Conference (Paris) –QAP&RESQ meeting (Paris) –Quantum Process Estimation Workshop (Budmerice) Proposals for next year ?

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WP5.1 Algorithms and Complexity new version of the adversary method for quantum lower bounds, use it to prove new quantum direct-product theorems and time-space tradeoffs. (Ambainis, Spalek, de Wolf) Y1: Milestones & Deliverables √ Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables √

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WP5.1 Algorithms and Complexity new version of the adversary method for quantum lower bounds, use it to prove new quantum direct-product theorems and time-space tradeoffs. (Ambainis, Spalek, de Wolf) Y1: Milestones & Deliverables √ Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables √

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WP5.2 Algorithmic Methods Better understanding of the ability of quantum circuits to withstand noise (Buhrman, Cleve, Laurent, Linden, Schrijver, Unger) Y1: Milestones & Deliverables √ Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables √

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WP5.2 Algorithmic Methods Better understanding of the ability of quantum circuits to withstand noise (Buhrman, Cleve, Laurent, Linden, Schrijver, Unger) Y1: Milestones & Deliverables √ Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables √

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WP5.3 Protocols for Quantum Commerce Ensemble of work on Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) schemes whose security is ensured by causality, hence independent of the devices Y1: M & D √ Y2: New M & D √

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WP5.3 Protocols for Quantum Commerce Ensemble of work on Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) schemes whose security is ensured by causality, hence independent of the devices Y1: M & D √ Y2: New M & D √

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WP5.4 Toolbox for quantum multi- user protocols basic building blocks of information theory (negative, prior, partial, and co-mutual information) (M. Horodecki, J. Oppenheim, A. Winter ) The first study (already almost complete) of quantum communication in networks (D. Leung, J. Oppenheim, A. Winter) An ensemble of works on classical simulation of quantum devices

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Y1: Milestones & Deliverables NO –D.5.4.1 partially achieved –M5.4.1 partially achieved –M5.4.2: Mistery Milestone Find optimal ways of processing established quantum correlations using statistical technique Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables OK

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Y1: Milestones & Deliverables NO –D.5.4.1 partially achieved –M5.4.1 partially achieved –M5.4.2: Mistery Milestone Find optimal ways of processing established quantum correlations using statistical technique Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables OK

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WP5.5 Architectures Towards assessing the ultimate limits of linear optics quantum computing (K. Kieling, D. Gross, J. Eisert) Y1: Milestones & Deliverables √ Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables √

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WP5.5 Architectures Towards assessing the ultimate limits of linear optics quantum computing (K. Kieling, D. Gross, J. Eisert) Y1: Milestones & Deliverables √ Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables √

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WP5.6 Testing Quantum Systems Optimal method for estimating an unknown density matrix using separable measurements (E. Bagan, M. A. Ballester, R. D. Gill, R. Munoz-Tapia, O. Romero-Isart ) Y1: Milestones & Deliverables √ Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables √

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WP5.6 Testing Quantum Systems Optimal method for estimating an unknown density matrix using separable measurements (E. Bagan, M. A. Ballester, R. D. Gill, R. Munoz-Tapia, O. Romero-Isart ) Y1: Milestones & Deliverables √ Y2: New Milestones & Deliverables √

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Thanks to Oded Regev, Toni Acin, Konrad Banaszek, Mario Ziman

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Thanks to Oded Regev, Toni Acin, Konrad Banaszek, Mario Ziman and

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