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  • Quantum Networking
  • Quantum Networking

    Quantum networks build on entanglement and quantum measurement to achieve tasks that are beyond the reach of classical systems. Using quantum effects, we can detect the presence of eavesdroppers, raise the sensitivity of scientific instruments such as telescopes, or teleport quantum data from one location to another. Long-distance entanglement can be used to execute important tasks such as Byzantine agreement and leader election in fewer rounds of communication than classical systems, improving the efficiency of operations that are critical in distributed systems.
    ISBN: 978-1-84821-537-5

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    Journal Papers

    1. N Jaseem, M Hajdušek, P Solanki, L C Kwek, R Fazio, S Vinjanampathy,
      Generalized measure of quantum synchronisation
      Phys. Rev. Research 2, 043287   Nov 2020
    2. A Chia, M Hajdušek, R Nair, R Fazio, L C Kwek, V Vedral,
      Phase-Preserving Linear Amplifiers Not Simulable by the Parametric Amplifier
      Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 163603   Oct 2020
    3. T Satoh, Y Ohkura, R Van Meter,
      Subdivided Phase Oracle for NISQ Search Algorithms
      IEEE Transactions on Quantum Engineering (2020)   July 2020
    4. S Nishio, Y Pan, T Satoh, H Amano, R Van Meter,
      Extracting Success from IBM’s 20-Qubit Machines Using Error-Aware Compilation
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC) 16 (3), 1-25   May 2020
    5. T Satoh, S Nagayama, S Suzuki, T Matsuo, R Van Meter
      Attacking the Quantum Internet,
      arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.04617   May 2020
    6. P Pathumsoot, T Matsuo, T Satoh, M Hajdušek, S Suwanna, and R Van Meter,
      Modeling of measurement-based quantum network coding on a superconducting quantum processor
      Phys. Rev. A 101, 052301   May 2020
    7. AS Cacciapuoti, M Caleffi, R Van Meter, L Hanzo,
      When entanglement meets classical communications: Quantum teleportation for the quantum Internet
      IEEE Transactions on Communications 68, 6   Mar 2020
    8. N Jaseem, M Hajdušek, V Vedral, R Fazio, L-C Kwek, and S Vinjanampathy,
      Quantum synchronization in nanoscale heat engines
      Phys. Rev. E 101, 020201(R)   Feb 2020
    9. T Matsuo, C Durand, R Van Meter,
      Quantum link bootstrapping using a RuleSet-based communication protocol
      Physical Review A 100 (5), 052320   Nov 2019
    10. A Chia, M Hajdušek, R Fazio, L-C Kwek, and V Vedral,
      Phase diffusion and the small-noise approximation in linear amplifiers: Limitations and beyond
      Quantum 3, 200   Nov 2019
    11. T Matsuo, T Satoh, S Nagayama, R Van Meter,
      Analysis of measurement-based quantum network coding over repeater networks under noisy conditions
      Physical Review A 97 (6), 062328   June 2018
    12. T. Satoh, S. Nagayama, T. Oka, R. Van Meter,
      The network impact of hijacking a quantum repeater
      Quantum Science and Technology 3 (3), 034008   May 2018
    13. Mohammand Amin Taherkhani, Keivan Navi, and Rodney Van Meter,
      Resource-aware system architecture model for implementation of quantum aided Byzantine agreement on quantum repeater networks
      Quantum Science and Technology, Volume 3, Number 1   Dec 2017
    14. S Nagayama, AG Fowler, D Horsman, SJ Devitt, R Van Meter,
      Surface code error correction on a defective lattice
      New Journal of Physics 19 (2), 023050   Feb 2017
    15. S Nagayama, T Satoh, R Van Meter,
      State injection, lattice surgery, and dense packing of the deformation-based surface code
      Physical Review A 95 (1), 012321  Jan 2017
    16. SJ Devitt, AD Greentree, AM Stephens, R Van Meter,
      High-speed quantum networking by ship
      Scientific reports 6, 36163   Nov 2016
    17. R Van Meter, SJ Devitt,
      The path to scalable distributed quantum computing
      Computer 49 (9), 31-42   Sept 2016
    18. S Nagayama, BS Choi, S Devitt, S Suzuki, R Van Meter,
      Interoperability in encoded quantum repeater networks
      Physical Review A 93 (4), 042338   Apr 2016
    19. T Satoh, K Ishizaki, S Nagayama, R Van Meter,
      Analysis of quantum network coding for realistic repeater networks
      Physical Review A 93 (3), 032302   Mar 2016
    20. M Ahsan, R Van Meter, J Kim,
      Designing a million-qubit quantum computer using a resource performance simulator
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC) 12 (4), 1-25   Dec 2015
    21. Chia-Hung Chien, Rodney Van Meter, and Sy-Yen Kuo,
      Fault-Tolerant Operations for Universal Blind Quantum Computation
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems, August 2015, Article No.: 9  Aug 2015
      available from the arXiv as arXiv:1306.3664 [quant-ph].
    22. Rodney Van Meter,
      Quantum computing's classical problem, classical computing's quantum problem
      Foundations of Physics 44(8), 819-828   Aug 2014
      available from the arXiv as arXiv:1310.2040 [quant-ph].
    23. Trung Duc Nguyen and Rodney Van Meter,
      A Space-Efficient Design for Reversible Floating Point Adder in Quantum Computing
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems, Article No.: 13   Nov 2014
      available from the arXiv as arXiv:1306.3760 [quant-ph].
    24. Rodney Van Meter, Takahiko Satoh, Thaddeus D. Ladd, William J. Munro, and Kae Nemoto,
      Path Selection for Quantum Repeater Networks
      Networking Science  Dec 2013
      Preprint available from the arXiv as arXiv:1206.5655 [quant-ph].
    25. Rodney Van Meter and C. Horsman,
      A Blueprint for Building a Quantum Computer
      Communications of the ACM 56(10), 84-93   Oct 2013
      (Note: early drafts are floating around with the title "State of the Art in Quantum Computing Architectures." Please read/cite the final version instead.)
    26. Rodney Van Meter and Joe Touch,
      Designing Quantum Repeater Networks
      IEEE Communications 51(8), 64-71, special issue on quantum communications   Aug 2013
    27. Tien Trung Pham, Rodney Van Meter and C. Horsman,
      Optimising the Solovay-Kitaev algorithm,
      Physical Review A 87, 052332
      DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.87.052332   May 2013
      Preprint available from the arXiv as arXiv:1209.4139 [quant-ph].
    28. C. Horsman, Austin G. Fowler, Simon Devitt, Rodney Van Meter,
      Surface code quantum computing by lattice surgery
      New Journal of Physics, 14, 123011
      doi:10.1088/1367-2630/14/12/123011   Dec 2012
      also available from the arXiv as arXiv:1111.4022 [quant-ph].
    29. N. Cody Jones, James D. Whitfield, Peter L. McMahon, Man-Hong Yung, Rodney Van Meter, Alan Aspuru-Guzik, Yoshihisa Yamamoto,
      Faster quantum chemistry simulation on fault-tolerant quantum computers
      New Journal of Physics, 14, 115023
      doi:10.1088/1367-2630/14/11/115023   Nov 2012
      also available from the arXiv as arXiv:1204.0567 [quant-ph].
    30. Byung-Soo Choi and Rodney Van Meter,
      A $\Theta(\sqrt{n})$-depth Quantum Adder on a 2D NTC Quantum Computer Architecture,
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC) 8(3), 22   Aug 2012
      available from the arXiv as quant-ph:1008.5093.
    31. N. Cody Jones, Rodney Van Meter, Austin G. Fowler, Peter L. McMahon, Jungsang Kim, Thaddeus D. Ladd, Yoshihisa Yamamoto,
      A Layered Architecture for Quantum Computing Using Quantum Dots
      Physical Review X (PRX)  July 2012
      DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevX.2.031007
      Accompanied by a nice commentary by David DiVinzenzo.
      Preprint available from the arXiv as quant-ph:1010.5022.
    32. Rodney Van Meter,
      Quantum Networking and Internetworking
      IEEE Network pp.59-64;   July 2012
      DOI:10.1109/MNET.2012.6246754 or click the cover.
      Un-fancy preprint available here.
    33. Katherine L. Brown, C. Horsman, Viv Kendon, William J. Munro,
      Layer by layer generation of cluster states
      Physical Review A (PRA) 85, 052305   May 2012
      preprint available from the arXiv as arXiv:1111.1774 [quant-ph].
    34. C. Horsman,
      Quantum picturalism for topological cluster-state computing
      New Journal of Physics 13, 095011   Sept 2011
      available from the arXiv as arXiv:1101.4722 [quant-ph].
    35. Byung-Soo Choi and Rodney Van Meter,
      On the Effect of Interaction Distance on Quantum Addition Circuits
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC) 7(3) 11   Aug 2011
      preprint available from the arXiv as quant-ph:0809.4317.
      ACM DL Author-ize serviceOn the Effect of Quantum Interaction Distance on Quantum Addition Circuits
      Byung-Soo Choi, Rodney Van Meter
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC), 2011
    36. C. Horsman, Katherine L. Brown, William J. Munro, and Vivien M. Kendon,
      Reduce, reuse, recycle for robust cluster-state generation
      Phys. Rev. A 83, 042327 (2011)   Apr 2011
      preprint available from the arXiv as quant-ph:1005.1621.
    37. Rodney Van Meter, Joe Touch, C. Horsman,
      Recursive Quantum Repeater Networks
      Progress in Informatics, No. 8, pp. 65-79   Mar 2011
      part of a Progress in Informatics special issue on quantum information technology;
      preprint available from the arXiv as quant-ph:1105.1238.
    38. Agung Trisetyarso and Rodney Van Meter,
      Circuit Design for a Measurement-Based Quantum Carry-Lookahead Adder
      International Journal of Quantum Information, 8, 5 (2010) pp. 843-867   Aug 2010
      preprint available from the arXiv as quant-ph:0903.0748.
    39. Austin G. Fowler, David S. Wang, Thaddeus D. Ladd, Rodney Van Meter, and Lloyd C. Hollenberg,
      Surface code quantum communication
      Phys. Rev. Letters 104, 180503   May 2010
      available from the arXiv as quant-ph:0910.4074.
    40. Rodney Van Meter, Thaddeus D. Ladd, Austin G. Fowler, and Yoshihisa Yamamoto,
      Distributed Quantum Computation Architecture Using Semiconductor Nanophotonics
      International Journal of Quantum Information, Volume: 8, Issues: 1-2(2010) pp. 295-323   Feb 2010
      preprint available from the arXiv as quant-ph:0906.2686.
    41. Rodney Van Meter, Thaddeus D. Ladd, W.J. Munro, and Kae Nemoto,
      System Design for a Long-Line Quantum Repeater
      IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 17(3), pp. 1002-1013   Jun 2009
      available from the arXiv as quant-ph:0705.4128
    42. Liang Jiang, Jacob M. Taylor, Kae Nemoto, William J. Munro, Rodney Van Meter, and Mikhail D. Lukin,
      Quantum Repeater with Encoding
      Phys. Rev. A 79, 032325   Mar 2009
      available from the arXiv as quant-ph:0809.3629.
    43. W. J. Munro, R. Van Meter, Sebastien G. R. Louis, and Kae Nemoto,
      High-Bandwidth Hybrid Quantum Repeater
      Phys. Rev. Letters 101, 040502   July 2008
      available from the arXiv as quant-ph:0808.0307.
      Selected for Virtual J. Quantum Inf. 8(8)   Aug 2008
    44. Rodney Van Meter, W.J. Munro, Kae Nemoto, and Kohei M. Itoh,
      Arithmetic on a Distributed-Memory Quantum Multicomputer
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC), 3(4)  Jan 2008
      available from the arXiv as quant-ph/0607160.
      ACM Digital Library copy.
      ACM DL Author-ize serviceArithmetic on a distributed-memory quantum multicomputer
      Rodney Van Meter, W. J. Munro, Kae Nemoto, Kohei M. Itoh
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC), 2008
    45. Rodney Van Meter, Kae Nemoto, and W.J. Munro,
      Communication Links for Distributed Quantum Computation
      IEEE Transactions on Computers, 56(12), 1643-1653  Dec 2007
      available from the arXiv as quant-ph/0701043.
    46. Rodney Van Meter and Mark Oskin,
      Architectural Implications of Quantum Computing Technologies
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC), 2(1)   Jan 2006
      ACM DL Author-ize serviceArchitectural implications of quantum computing technologies
      Rodney Van Meter, Mark Oskin
      ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC), 2006
    47. Rodney Van Meter and Kohei M. Itoh,
      Fast Quantum Modular Exponentiation
      Phys. Rev. A 71, 052320   May 2005
      Selected for Virtual J. Quantum Inf. 5(6)   June 2005.
      Earlier versions available online at http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0408006.

    International Conferences with Proceedings

    1. Rodney Van Meter,
      Counting Gates, Moving Qubits: Evaluating the Execution Cost of Quantum Circuits,
      21st Asian Test Symposium, Nov. 2012.
    2. Luciano Aparicio, Rodney Van Meter, and Hiroshi Esaki,
      Protocol design for quantum repeater networks,
      AINTEC 2011, Nov. 2011. Awarded Best Student Paper.
      ACM DL Author-ize serviceProtocol design for quantum repeater networks
      Luciano Aparicio, Rodney Van Meter, Hiroshi Esaki
      AINTEC '11 Proceedings of the 7th Asian Internet Engineering Conference, 2011
    3. Luciano Aparicio and Rodney Van Meter,
      Multiplexing schemes for quantum repeater networks,
      Quantum Communications and Quantum Imaging IX, Aug. 2011. Proc. SPIE 8163, 816308.
      SPIE Digital Library copy.
    4. W.J. Munro, Samuel L. Braunstein, T.D. Ladd, Sebastien G.R. Louis, G.J. Milburn, C.R. Myers, Kae Nemoto, Marcus Silva, T.P. Spiller, R. Van Meter, P. van Loock and Y. Yamamoto,
      Qubus Computation,
      Proc. Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computation (QCMC 2006).
    5. Rodney Van Meter, Kae Nemoto, and W.J. Munro,
      Serial Links for Distributed Quantum Computation,
      Proc. Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computation (QCMC 2006).
    6. Rodney Van Meter, W.J. Munro, Kae Nemoto, and Kohei M. Itoh,
      Distributed Arithmetic on a Quantum Multicomputer,
      Proc. International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA), pp. 354-265, June 2006.
      ACM DL Author-ize serviceDistributed Arithmetic on a Quantum Multicomputer
      Rodney Van Meter, Kae Nemoto, W. J. Munro, Kohei M. Itoh
      ISCA '06 Proceedings of the 33rd annual international symposium on Computer Architecture, 2006
    7. Rodney Van Meter, Kohei M. Itoh, and Thaddeus D. Ladd,
      Architecture-Dependent Execution Time of Shor's Algorithm,
      Proc. Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics (MS+S2006), Feb. 2006.
      Available from the arXiv as quant-ph/0507023.
    8. Rodney Van Meter,
      Trading Classical for Quantum Computation Using Indirection,
      International Symposium on Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics (MS+S2004), Mar. 2004.
      A4 PostScript A4 PDF
      Available from World Scientific as REALIZING CONTROLLABLE QUANTUM STATES Proceedings of the International Symposium on Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics - In the Light of Quantum Computation.

    Workshops, Conferences Without Proceedings and Posters

    1. Rodney Van Meter,
      Distributed Management of Density Matrices,
      SQuInT 2015, upcoming.
    2. Rodney Van Meter,
      A Blueprint for Building a Quantum Computer,
      TTI/Vanguard, San Francisco, Dec. 4, 2014.
    3. Trung Duc Nguyen and Rodney Van Meter,
      A Space-Efficient Design for Reversible Floating Point Adder in Quantum Computing,
      13th Asian Quantum Information Science Conference (AQIS13), Aug. 2013 (poster).
    4. Chia-Hung Chien, Nai-Hui Chia, Rodney Van Meter and Sy-Yen Kuo,
      A Distributed Architecture for Universal Blind Quantum Computation,
      12th Asian Quantum Information Science Conference (AQIS12), Aug. 2012 (poster).
    5. Mourad Beji and Rodney Van Meter,
      Double-selection purification on low fidelity Bell pairs with resource contention,
      12th Asian Quantum Information Science Conference (AQIS12), Aug. 2012 (poster).
    6. Pham Tien Trung, Clare Horsman and Rodney Van Meter,
      Optimising the Solovay-Kitaev algorithm,
      12th Asian Quantum Information Science Conference (AQIS12), Aug. 2012 (poster).
    7. Clare Horsman,
      Quantum picturalism for topological cluster-state computing,
      7th Conference on Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography (TQC), May 2012.
    8. Clare Horsman,
      Quantum picturalism for topological cluster-state computing,
      Quantum Information Processing, Dec. 2011.
    9. Shota Nagayama, Clare Horsman, Austin Fowler, and Rodney Van Meter,
      Surface code quantum computation on a defective lattice,
      FIRST All-Hands Meeting, Dec. 2011.
    10. N. Cody Jones, Rodney Van Meter, Austin G. Fowler, Peter L. McMahon, Jungsang Kim, Thaddeus D. Ladd and Yoshihisa Yamamoto,
      Performance requirements of a quantum computer using surface code error corection,
      Second International Conference on Quantum Error Correction, Dec. 2011.
    11. Shota Nagayama, Clare Horsman, Austin Fowler, and Rodney Van Meter,
      Surface code quantum computation on a defective lattice,
      Second International Conference on Quantum Error Correction, Dec. 2011.
    12. Clare Horsman, Austin G. Fowler, Simon Devitt, and Rodney Van Meter,
      Surface code quantum computing by lattice surgery,
      Second International Conference on Quantum Error Correction, Dec. 2011.
    13. Clare Horsman, Austin G. Fowler and Rodney Van Meter,
      Universal quantum computing on the planar surface code,
      11th Asian Quantum Information Science Conference (AQIS11), Aug. 2011.
    14. Rodney Van Meter,
      Getting to Internet-Scale Quantum Networks,
      keynote speech, Fourth International Workshop on the Network of the Future,
      Kyoto, Japan, Jun. 2011.
    15. Kaori Ishizaki and Rodney Van Meter,
      Efficient Embedded Layout of Logical Qubits on a Physical Device,
      Quantum Information Science Winter School 2011 at Tohoku University, Feb. 2011.
      Poster (in Japanese).
    16. Rodney Van Meter and the AQUA Team,
      AQUA and the FIRST Project,
      FIRST All-Hands Meeting, Dec. 2010.
      Poster.
    17. Clare Horsman and Rodney Van Meter,
      Quantum simulation on the surface code,
      FIRST All-Hands Meeting, Dec. 2010.
      Poster.
    18. Takahiko Satoh and Rodney Van Meter,
      Path selection in heterogeneous quantum networks,
      FIRST All-Hands Meeting, Dec. 2010.
      Poster.
    19. Shota Nagayama and Rodney Van Meter,
      Defective qubits in surface code quantum computing on a fixed lattice,
      FIRST All-Hands Meeting, Dec. 2010.
      Poster.
    20. Byung-Soo Choi and Rodney Van Meter,
      A quantum adder on a 2D architecture,
      FIRST All-Hands Meeting, Dec. 2010.
      Poster.
    21. Luciano Aparicio and Rodney Van Meter,
      Quantum Network Protocol,
      FIRST All-Hands Meeting, Dec. 2010.
      Poster.
    22. Rodney Van Meter,
      AQUA: Advancing Quantum Architecture,
      Intel Asia Academic Forum, Nov. 2010.
    23. Shota Nagayama and Rodney Van Meter,
      RaQoon2: Extension of Internet Key Exchange to Use Quantum Key Distribution,
      Updating Quantum Cryptography and Communications 2010, Oct. 2010.
    24. Rodney Van Meter and the AQUA Team,
      Classical Engineering of Quantum Networks and Distributed Quantum Architectures,
      WIDE Camp, Sept. 2010.
      Poster
    25. Takahiko Satoh and Rodney Van Meter,
      Path selection in heterogeneous quantum networks,
      WIDE Camp, Sept. 2010.
      Poster.
    26. Takahiko Satoh and Rodney Van Meter,
      Path Selection in Heterogeneous Quantum Networks,
      10th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2010.
      full set of AQUA submissions
    27. Luciano Aparicio and Rodney Van Meter,
      Multiplexing in Quantum Repeater Networks,
      10th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2010.
      full set of AQUA submissions
    28. Byung-Soo Choi and Rodney Van Meter,
      A Quantum Adder on a Two-Dimensional Qubit Array Architecture,
      10th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2010.
      full set of AQUA submissions
    29. Clare Horsman, Simon Devitt, and Rodney Van Meter,
      Algorithm Optimisation for Topological Measurement-Based Quantum Computing,
      10th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2010.
      full set of AQUA submissions
    30. Cody Jones, Austin G. Fowler, Jungsang Kim, Thaddeus D. Ladd, Rodney Van Meter, and Yoshihisa Yamamoto,
      A Layered Architecture for Quantum Computing using Optically-Controlled Quantum Dots,
      10th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2010.
      full set of AQUA submissions
    31. Shota Nagayama and Rodney Van Meter,
      Defective Qubits in Surface Code Quantum Computation on a Fixed Lattice,
      10th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2010.
      full set of AQUA submissions
    32. Rodney Van Meter, Thaddeus D. Ladd, Austin G. Fowler, and Yoshihisa Yamamoto,
      Heterogeneous Interconnects in a Semiconductor Nanophotonic Surface Code Quantum Computer,
      10th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2010.
      full set of AQUA submissions
    33. Shota Nagayama and Rodney Van Meter,
      Modifying IKE to use Quantum Key Distribution,
      Internet Conference 2009, Oct. 2009.
    34. Takahiko Satoh and Rodney Van Meter,
      Defining Path Cost for a Quantum Network,
      Internet Conference 2009, Oct. 2009.
    35. Rodney Van Meter,
      Resource Handling for Quantum Networks of Arbitrary Topology,
      Southwest Quantum Information and Technology (SQuInT), Feb. 2009.
    36. Rodney Van Meter, Thaddeus D. Ladd, W.J. Munro, and Kae Nemoto,
      Resource Handling for Quantum Networks of Arbitrary Topology,
      8th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2008.
    37. Byung-Soo Choi and Rodney Van Meter,
      On the Effect of Quantum Interaction Distance on the Quantum Addition Circuits,
      8th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2008.
    38. Agung Trisetyarso, Rodney Van Meter, and Kohei M. Itoh,
      A Measurement-Based Form of the Out-of-Place Quantum Carry-Lookahead Adder,
      8th Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2008.
    39. R. Van Meter and Byung-Soo Choi,
      Applications of an Entangled Quantum Internet,
      Third International Conference on Future Internet Technologies (CFI08), Jun. 2008.
      Paper (A4 PDF/letter PDF) | Slides (OpenOffice/PowerPoint/PDF)
    40. K. Nemoto, R. Van Meter, S.G.R Louis, and W.J. Munro,
      A high bandwidth hybrid quantum repeater,
      Third Workshop on Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication, and Cryptography (TQC 2008), 2008.
    41. R. Van Meter, W.J. Munro, and K. Nemoto,
      Architecture of a Quantum Multicomputer,
      Third Workshop on Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication, and Cryptography (TQC 2008), 2008;
      Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Vol. 5106, pp. 105-114.
    42. Thaddeus D. Ladd, Rodney Van Meter, Austin Fowler, William J. Munro, Kae Nemoto, and Yoshihisa Yamamoto,
      Scalable Architecture for Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computers based on Semiconductor Microphotonics,
      First International Conference on Quantum Error Correction, Dec. 2007.
    43. Rodney Van Meter, Jacob M. Taylor, and Liang Jiang,
      Distributed Quantum Error Correction,
      First International Conference on Quantum Error Correction, Dec. 2007.
      3-page abstract (A4 PDF/letter PDF) | Slides (PowerPoint/ PDF)
    44. Rodney Van Meter, Kae Nemoto, and W. J. Munro,
      Architecture of a Quantum Multicomputer,
      Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2007.
      two-page abstract, A4 PDF
    45. Takahiko Satoh, Shota Nagayama, and Rodney Van Meter,
      Reversible Ternary Adder for Quantum Computation,
      Asian Conference on Quantum Information Science (AQIS), Aug. 2007.
      two-page abstract, A4 PDF
    46. Rodney Van Meter, Kae Nemoto, and W. J. Munro,
      Teleported Gates v. Teleported Qubits in a Quantum Multicomputer,
      (poster), Kochi quantum computing summer school, Sept. 2005.
      A0 PDF
    47. Rodney Van Meter,
      Fast Quantum Modular Exponentiation,
      (poster), ERATO Conference on Quantum Information Science 2004 (EQIS04), Sept. 2004.
      A0 PDF A4 PDF
    48. Rodney Van Meter,
      Communications Topology and Distribution of the Quantum Fourier Transform,
      Proc. Tenth Quantum Information Technology Symposium (QIT10), May 2004.
      A4 PostScript A4 PDF letter PostScript letter PDF
    49. Rodney Van Meter,
      Trading Classical for Quantum Computation Using Indirection,
      Proc. International Symposium on Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics (MS+S2004), Mar. 2004.
      A0 PDF A4 PDF

    Theses

    1. Yasuhiro Ohkura
      Crosstalk-aware NISQ Multi-programming,
      Bachelor's thesis, Keio University, Faculty of Policy Management, Mar. 2021.
      available in PDF
    2. Ryosuke Satoh
      Resource Allocation Policy for Noisy Distributed Quantum Computing
      Graduation Thesis for Environment and Information Studies Keio University PDF   March 2021
    3. Shin Nishio,
      Controlled Gate Compilation for IBMQ,
      Bachelor's thesis, Keio University, Faculty of Policy Management, Mar. 2020.
      available in PDF.
    4. Takaaki Matsuo,
      Simulation of a Dynamic, RuleSet-based Quantum Network,
      Masters's thesis, Keio University, Graduate School of Media and Governance, July. 2019.
      available in arXiv
    5. Shinnosuke Ozawa,
      A Protocol Suite for E91 Quantum Key Distribution and Distinguishing an Eavesdropper from Noise,
      Bachelor's thesis, Keio University, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Mar. 2019.
      available in PDF.
    6. Takaaki Matsuo,
      Analysis of Measurement-based Quantum Network Coding over Repeater Networks under Noisy Conditions,
      Bachelor's thesis, Keio University, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, July. 2017.
      available
    7. Shota Nagayama,
      Distributed Quantum Computing Utilizing Multiple Codes on Imperfect Hardware,
      Doctoral dissertation, Keio University, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Mar. 2017.
      available in arXiv.
    8. Kaori Ishizaki,
      Analysis of Quantum Network Coding for Realistic Repeater Networks,
      master's thesis, Keio University, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Mar. 2014 (in Japanese).
      available in PDF.
    9. Shoichiro Fukuyama,
      Verification of Compilation for Universal Blind Quantum Computation,
      Bachelor's thesis, Keio University, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Mar. 2013.
      available in PDF.
    10. Kouji Murata,
      Design and Implementation of C++ Library for Quantum Bit Simulation,
      Bachelor's thesis, Keio University, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Mar. 2013.
      available in PDF.
    11. Shota Nagayama,
      Surface Code Quantum Computation on a Defective Physical Lattice,
      master's thesis, Keio University, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Mar. 2012.
      available in PDF.
    12. Kaori Ishizaki,
      An algorithm for optimizing movement of quantum variables on arbitrary physical qubit structures,
      bachelor's thesis, Keio University, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Mar. 2012 (in Japanese).
      available in PDF.
    13. Pham Tien Trung,
      Constructing a software framework for synthesizing high accuracy quantum circuits,
      Bachelor's thesis, Keio University, Keio University Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Mar. 2012.
      available in PDF.
    14. Luciano Aparicio,
      Design and Evaluation of Communication Protocols for Quantum Repeater Networks,
      master's thesis, The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Sept. 2011.
      available in PDF.
    15. Takahiko Sato,
      Path Selection in Heterogeneous Quantum Networks,
      bachelor's thesis, Keio University Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Mar. 2010 (in Japanese).
      available in PDF.
    16. Shota Nagayama,
      Modifying IKE for IPsec with Quantum Key Distribution,
      bachelor's thesis, Keio University Faculty of Policy Management, Mar. 2010 (in Japanese).
      available in PDF.
    17. Rodney Van Meter,
      Architecture of a Quantum Multicomputer Optimized for Shor's Factoring Algorithm,
      Ph.D. thesis, Keio University Faculty of Science and Technology, Sept. 2006.
      available in PDF. Also on the arXiv as quant-ph/0607065 in a very slightly different form, using four slightly reduced-resolution images to create a much small PostScript file.

    Committee and Working Group Reports

    1. Rodney Van Meter and Shota Nagayama for the WIDE AQUA group members,
      AQUA: Advancing Quantum Architecture Annual Report 2010
      WIDE Project working group report. Brief intro into "Why quantum?" and a snapshot of work going on not just at SFC but in the WIDE Project at large. Dec. 2010.
    2. Donna Dodson, Mikio Fujiwara, Philippe Grangier, Masahito Hayashi, Kentaro Imafuku, Ken-ichi Kitayama, Prem Kumar, Christian Kurtsiefer, Gaby Lenhart, Norbert Luetkenhaus, Tsutomu Matsumoto, William J. Munro, Tsuyoshi Nishioka, Momtchil Peev, Masahide Sasaki, Yutaka Sata, Atsushi Takada, Masahiro Takeoka, Kiyoshi Tamaki, Hidema Tanaka, Yasuhiro Tokura, Akihisa Tomita, Morio Toyoshima, Rodney van Meter, Atsuhiro Yamagishi, Yoshihisa Yamamoto, Akihiro Yamamura,
      Updating Quantum Cryptography Report ver. 1,
      available from the arXiv as quant-ph:0905.4325.

    Submitted/In Progress Papers

    1. Kento Oonishi, Tomoki Tanaka, Shumpei Uno, Takahiko Satoh, Rodney Van Meter, Noboru Kunihiro,
      Efficient Construction of a Control Modular Adder on a Carry-Lookahead Adder Using Relative-phase Toffoli Gates,
      arXiv preprint arXiv:2010.00255
    2. N Jaseem, M Hajdušek, P Solanki, L-C Kwek, R Fazio, S Vinjanampathy,
      Generalized measure of quantum synchronization,
      arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.13623
    3. T Satoh, S Nagayama, S Suzuki, T Matsuo, R Van Meter,
      Attacking the Quantum Internet,
      arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.04617
    4. M Hajdušek, S Vinjanampathy,
      Comment on "Noise, not squeezing, boosts synchronization in the deep quantum regime" arXiv:2002.07488 (2020),
      arXiv preprint arXiv:2002.11514

    Internet Drafts

    1. Shota Nagayama and Rodney Van Meter,
      IKE for IPsec with QKD, expires April 22, 2010.
      draft-nagayama-ipsecme-ipsec-with-qkd-00.
      local copy: .txt

    Public Presentations and Invited Talks

    This list is nowhere near complete.

    1. Rodney Van Meter, "SneaQerNet: Long-Distance Quantum Networking via Container Ship", Xerox PARC, Dec. 3, 2014.
    2. Rodney Van Meter, "SneaQerNet: Long-Distance Quantum Networking via Container Ship", ARO, Raleigh, NC, Nov. 24, 2014.
    3. Rodney Van Meter, "SneaQerNet: Long-Distance Quantum Networking via Container Ship", Georgia Tech, Nov. 18, 2014.
    4. Rodney Van Meter, "Architectures for Quantum Computers", Spin Qubits 2, Konstanz, Germany, Aug. 22, 2014.
    5. Rodney Van Meter, "Distributed Management of Density Matrices", ACS, Basking Ridge, NJ, July 25, 2014.
    6. Rodney Van Meter, "Distributed Management of Density Matrices", UMD/JQI, July 23, 2014.
    7. Rodney Van Meter, "Distributed Management of Density Matrices", HRL, Malibu, June 6, 2014.
    8. Rodney Van Meter, "SneaQerNet: Long-Distance Quantum Networking via Container Ship", USC/ISI, Jun 5, 2014.
    9. Rodney Van Meter, "Distributed Management of Density Matrices", Preskill group meeting, Caltech, June 4, 2014.
    10. Rodney Van Meter, "Is Valley Fold Timing Optimal for Quantum Repeaters?", JFLI meeting, Tokyo, Mar. 4, 2014.
    11. Rodney Van Meter, "Networks of Networks of Quantum Repeaters", Stanford, Oct. 11, 2013.
    12. Rodney Van Meter, "Quantum Repeater Networks", Cisco, San Jose, CA, Oct. 10, 2013.
    13. (Gap in record keeping in 2013/2014)
    14. Shota Nagayama, "Surface code quantum computation on a defective physical lattice", JFLI meeting on quantum information and communication, March 5, 2013.
    15. Rodney Van Meter, "A Blueprint for Building a Quantum Computer", Quantum Horizons, Taipei, Taiwan, Oct. 18, 2012. Invited.
    16. Rodney Van Meter, "Quantum Networking and Internetworking", Global Future Internet, Seoul, Sept. 14, 2012. Invited.
    17. Rodney Van Meter, "Internet-Scale Quantum Repeater Networks", Microsoft Research, February 17, 2012.
      Nicely-produced video is available online.
    18. Shota Nagayama, "Surface Code Quantum Computation on a Defective Physical Lattice", Microsoft Research, February 15, 2012.
    19. Clare Horsman, "Process Algebras for Quantum Compilation" (or, "Quantum Picturalism for Topological QC", if you believe the slides), Microsoft Research, February 14, 2012.
      Nicely-produced video is available online.
    20. Clare Horsman, "Proof-of-principle Experiments for Quantum Error Correction With the Surface Code,"
      Tarucha Laboratory, University of Tokyo, July 15, 2011.
    21. Rodney Van Meter, "Getting to Internet-Scale Quantum Networks,"
      FutureNet IV keynote, Kyoto, June 9, 2011.
    22. Clare Horsman, "Quantum Computing Technologies,"
      Physics department seminar (University of Otago, New Zealand), April 2011.
    23. Clare Horsman, "Distributed Systems for Quantum Communication and Computation",
      Centre for Quantum Technologies seminar (University of Otago, New Zealand), April 2011.
    24. Rodney Van Meter, "Recursive Quantum Repeater Networks,"
      Telecom ParisTech/University Pierre and Marie Curie joint seminar, Mar. 31, 2011.
    25. Clare Horsman, "Quantum Picturalism for 3D Topological Computing,"
      Qulink seminar, Feb. 9, 2011.
    26. Rodney Van Meter, "Recursive Quantum Repeater Networks,"
      Imai Laboratory, University of Tokyo, Jan. 19, 2011.
    27. Clare Horsman, "Quantum Computing Technologies,"
      SFC CI Seminar, Dec. 6, 2010.
    28. Rodney Van Meter, "Networks and Systems for Distributed Quantum Computing,"
      Tohoku University, Oct. 29, 2010.
    29. Rodney Van Meter, "Systems for Distributed Quantum Computing,"
      Keio Yagami Campus, Dec. 14, 2009.
      slides in PDF.
    30. Rodney Van Meter, "Networking Problems in Using Quantum Repeaters,"
      MAUI faculty seminar, Apr. 16, 2009.
      PPT, PDF.
    31. Rodney Van Meter, "Architecture and Design of a Distributed Quantum Computer,"
      Workshop on CQED-Based Quantum Computation Using Topological Fault Tolerance Stanford, Feb. 6, 2009.
      PPT.
    32. Rodney Van Meter, "Thoughts on Quantum Computer Architecture,"
      Workshop on Topological Cluster State Computing in Optics, Dec. 12, 2008.
      PPT.
    33. Rodney Van Meter, "Fast Quantum Modular Exponentiation," Caltech Workshop on Classical and Quantum Information Security (CQIS), Dec. 2005.
    34. Rodney Van Meter, "The Design of a Quantum Multicomputer," USC/ISI, Dec. 2005.
    35. Rodney Van Meter, "Fast Quantum Modular Exponentiation," BBN, Aug. 2005.
    36. Rodney Van Meter, "Quantum Computing Systems: State of the Art, Summer 2005," Carnegie Mellon University, Aug. 2005.
    37. Rodney Van Meter, "Fast Quantum Modular Exponentiation," HP Labs, Bristol, Jan. 2005.
    38. Rodney Van Meter, "Fast Quantum Modular Exponentiation," Oxford University, Jan. 2005.
    39. Rodney Van Meter, "Fast Quantum Modular Exponentiation," MIT, Nov. 2004.
    40. Rodney Van Meter, "Accelerating Shor's Algorithm Using Fast Quantum Modular Exponentiation," 2004 Workshop on Information Security Research (invited), Fukuoka, Japan, Oct. 2, 2004.
    41. Rodney Van Meter, "Fast Quantum Modular Exponentiation," Stanford University, Sept. 2004.
    42. Rodney Van Meter, "Introduction to Quantum Computing," Keio Shonan Fujisawa Campus, June 3, 2004 (in Japanese).
    43. Rodney Van Meter, "Communications Topology and Distribution of the Quantum Fourier Transform," National Institute of Informatics, April 22, 2004.
    44. Rodney Van Meter, "A Computer Systems Research Agenda for Quantum Computing," Nara Institute of Science and Technology, April 16, 2004 (in Japanese).
    45. Rodney Van Meter, "Trading Classical for Quantum Computation Using Indirection," ERATO Kyoto, April 15, 2004 (in Japanese).
    46. Rodney Van Meter, "A Computer Systems Research Agenda for Quantum Computing," NTT Basic Research Laboratory, October 7, 2003.

    SFC's Open Research Forum

    SFC's Open Research Forum is one of the key public events of the year, with hundreds of exhibits and many visitors.

    1. 2010: Lego Reversible Babbage Difference Engine
    2. 2009: Path Selection in Quantum Repeater Networks
    3. 2008: IPsec with QKD
    4. 2007: Lego Reversible Babbage Difference Engine

    White Papers

    1. Rodney Van Meter and Kevin Binkley,
      Compiling Quantum Programs Using Genetic Algorithms,
      Aug. 2004.
      A4 PostScript A4 PDF letter PostScript letter PDF

    Course Materials

    1. FIRST Quantum Computing Summer School 2011
      Aug. 12-17, 2011, Kyoto.
      • Rodney Van Meter, "Quantum Computer Architecture"
      • Rodney Van Meter, "Surface Code Quantum Error Correction"
    2. FIRST/Quantum Cybernetics/CREST Joint 1.5-day Surface Code Quantum Error Correction Tutorial/Workshop
      Feb. 23-24, 2011.
    3. "Introduction to Quantum Computing," WIDE University School of Internet, June 27-29, 2005. Broadcast/multicast via satellite and Internet to Nepal, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, and Bangladesh. Slides and RealVideo are available at that website.
    4. "Introduction to Quantum Computing," Aizu University, September 28-30, 2004.
      Three-day, 7.5-hour course offered to students for credit. Presentation materials are in a mixture of English and Japanese. These presentations were created using Open Office; PDF and HTML are available, but do not include the animations. Sorry, there is no Power Point version available yet.

    Other Publications

    1. Rodney Van Meter, letter to the editor of Science on QKD, in the Aug. 31, 2012 issue.

    Members