At MCQST, the “Cluster of Excellence Munich Center for Quantum Science and Technology,” we are interested in questions of quantum communication and quantum information theory, and are especially interested in models for analog quantum computing and Turing quantum computing.
In quantum communication and quantum information theory, we focus on:
- the characterization of channel capacities for transmission of quantum information with and without attackers
- the role of entanglement for classical and quantum communication
- finite block length performance for communication protocols
- resource theory for quantum communication networks
- computability of capacity formulas
In the areas of analog quantum computing and Turing quantum computing, we focus on:
- analog quantum computer models
- quantum Turing machines
- complexity blow-up behavior of Turing machines
- advantages of analog quantum computers for physical problems
- advantages of analog quantum computers for the calculation of performance parameters for quantum communication systems
On the homepage of the Munich Center for Quantum Science and Technology you will find all news and events.
Further information on the publications can also be found on the member page of Prof. Holger Boche at the MQCST.
Communication under Channel Uncertainty: An Algorithmic Perspective and Effective Construction
- Author(s): H. Boche, R.F. Schaefer, H.V. Poor
- Journal title: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (2020)
Turing Computability of Fourier Transforms of Bandlimited and Discrete Signals
- Author(s): H. Boche, U.J. Mönich
- Journal title: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (Band / Volume: 68, Heft / Issue:1) - Januar 2020; Page details Contribution: 532-547
On the Algorithmic Solvability of Spectral Factorization and Applications
- Author(s): H. Boche, V. Pohl
- Journal title: IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (Band / Volume: 66, Heft / Issue: 7) - Juli 2020, Page details Contribution: 4574-4592
Turing meets circuit theory: Not every continuous-time LTI system can be simulated on a digital computer (accepted for publication)
- Author(s): H. Boche, V. Pohl
- Journal title: IEEE Trans. Circuits and Systems-I
- Frank Fitzek (TU Dresden) and Holger Boche have written an article for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung about 5G and the future of communication.
The article was published on October 19, 2020, under the title "Warum der neue Mobilfunkstandard wirklich revolutionär ist. Was durch 5G für Deutschland auf dem Spiel steht" (in German only).
In the above article, the central requirements for 6G communication systems and designations for quantum communication are discussed. In his MCQST presentation, Holger Boche already mentioned the performance requirements for quantum communication systems that result from the development of 6G communication systems. In MCQST, the Institute of Theoretical Information Technology at the TU Munich is actively working on fundamental questions concerning the development of quantum communication systems as a component of future public communication networks.
by authors R. Bassoli, H. Boche, C. Deppe, R. Ferrara, F.H.P. Fitzek, G. Janssen, and S. Saeedinaeeni will be available in early 2021.
This book provides a tutorial on quantum communication networks. The authors discuss current paradigm shifts in communication networks that are needed to add computing and storage to the simple transport ideas of prevailing networks. They show how these ‘softwarized’ solutions break new ground to reduce latency and increase resilience. The authors discuss how even though these solutions have inherent problems due to introduced computing latency and energy consumption, the problems can be solved by hybrid classical-quantum communication networks. The book brings together quantum networking, quantum information theory, quantum computing, and quantum simulation.
© 2021, Hardcover-ISBN 978-3-030-62937-3 (eBook ISBN 978-3-030-62938-0)