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Welcome to the QCC group webpage


This is the webpage of the Quantum Communication and Cryptography research group, led by Dr. Anna Pappa. The group is funded by the Deutsche Forschungs-gemeinschaft (DFG), via the Emmy Noether Program for Independent Junior Research Groups. The aim of the research group is to build the essential components for future quantum networks and large-scale quantum cloud computing. We are specifically exploring solutions that will allow users to securely store and process their data on a network, and consequently provide a more effective way for computing and communication. The group is also part of the Berlin School of Optical Sciences and Quantum Technologies (BoS.QT), which offers academic training and joint supervision for graduate students in the relevant disciplines.    

Recent developments

Hector Fellow award


Anna Pappa is one of the 2021 Hector RCD Awardees

Anonymous Quantum Conference Key Agreement


Our new paper is published in PRX Quantum

Anonymous Conference Key Agreement in Quantum Networks


Our work in collaboration with the University of Stuttgart appears on arxiv

Outreach project QuExplained


The joint outreach project with HTW is funded and starts in 2021. 

Success for the OXBER project


The project with FUB and Oxford University has been funded via the Berlin University Alliance OXBER call.


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