Simon has been interviewed by Schäffler Tomorrow on the developement of the Quantum Internet, giving insights on the roadmap ahead. Have a look in the newest issue of Schäffler-tomorrow.
Here is an interview on our effort to build quantum networks in Europe: ORF Science interview
At QuTech (Delft University of Technology) we have built and demonstrated the first entanglement-based network connecting multiple quantum processors. Our quantum network is composed of three independent nodes, called Alice, Bob and Charlie, based on diamond nitrogen-vacancy centres. We achieved proof-of-principle demonstration of two key quantum network protocols: genuine multipartite entanglement distribution across all the […]