QCrypt 2014

4th international conference on quantum cryptography. September 1–5, 2014 in Paris

Scientific program

Invited speakers

  • Daniel Estève: Routes towards quantum information processing with superconducting circuits
  • Atac Imamoglu: A solid-state quantum interface between stationary and flying qubits
  • Yi-Kai Liu: Tamper-resistant cryptographic hardware in the isolated qubits model
  • Bart Preneel: The next 40 years of public-key cryptography
  • Yaoyun Shi: Physical Randomness Extractors: model, results, and open problems
  • Andrew Shields: Quantum Cryptography in Telecom Networks
  • Qiang Zhang: Recent Progress of Quantum Key Distribution in China


  • Nicolas Brunner: Loopholes in Bell tests
  • Ping Koy Lam: Using continuous variable systems for quantum communications
  • Renato Renner: Quantifying security
  • Joshua Slater: Measurement Device Independent Quantum Key Distribution


Monday (September 1st)
Chairs: Eleni Diamanti (9:00-11:00), Norbert Lütkenhaus (11:30-12:20), Renato Renner (14:00-15:30), Andreas Poppe (16:00-17:15)

08:00 Registration
08:45 Opening by Yves Poilane, Director of Telecom ParisTech [video]
09:00 Quantum Cryptography in Telecom Networks [video]
Andrew Shields
09:40 Quantifying security [video]
Renato Renner
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Fundamental Finite Key Limits for Information Reconciliation in Quantum Key Distribution [video] [slides]
Marco Tomamichel, Jesus Martinez-Mateo, Christoph Pacher and David Elkouss Coronas
11:55 Efficient Secret Key Distillation over Quantum Channels [slides]
Joseph M. Renes, David Sutter, Frédéric Dupuis and Renato Renner.
12:20 Lunch
14:00 Physical Randomness Extractors: model, results, and open problems [video] [slides]
Yaoyun Shi
14:40 Fundamental rate-loss tradeoff for optical quantum key distribution [video][slides]
Masahiro Takeoka, Saikat Guha and Mark Wilde
15:05 Entanglement-based High-Dimensional Quantum Key Distribution [video] [slides]
Tian Zhong, Catherine Lee, Zheshen Zhang, Hongchao Zhou, Jacob Mower, Greg Steinbrecher, Ligong Wang, Robert D. Horansky, Varum B. Verma, Adriana E. Lita, Richard P. Mirin, Thomas Gerrits, Alessandro Restelli, Joshua C. Bienfang, Francesco Marsili, Matthew D. Shaw, Sae Woo Nam, Gregory W. Wornell, Dirk Englund, Jeffrey H. Shapiro and Franco N. C. Wong
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Quantum data locking and the locking capacity of a quantum channel [video] [slides]
Saikat Guha, Patrick Hayden, Hari Krovi, Seth Lloyd, Cosmo Lupo, Jeffrey H. Shapiro, Masahiro Takeoka, Mark M. Wilde and Andreas Winter
16:25 Practical relativistic bit commitment [video] [slides]
Tommaso Lunghi, Jedrzej Kaniewski, Felix Bussieres, Raphael Houlmann, Marco Tomamichel, Stephanie Wehner and Hugo Zbinden
16:50 Experimental plug and play quantum coin flipping [video] [slides]
Anna Pappa, Paul Jouguet, Thomas Lawson, Andre Chailloux, Matthieu Legré, Patrick Trinkler, Iordanis Kerenidis and Eleni Diamanti
17:15 Welcome Cocktail

Tuesday (September 2nd)
Chairs: Nicolas Cerf (9:00-10:20); Marcos Curty (10:50-12:20), Hugo Zbinden (14:00-15:15)

08:00 Registration
09:00 Using continuous variable systems for quantum communications [video]
Ping-Koy Lam
10:20 Coffee break
10:50 Recent Progress of Quantum Key Distribution in China [video] [slides]
Qiang Zhang
11:30 Reverse Reconciliation Continuous Variable Quantum Key Distribution Based on the Uncertainty Principle [video] [slides]
Fabian Furrer
11:55 Composable security proof for continuous-variable quantum key distribution with coherent states [video] [slides]
Anthony Leverrier
12:20 Lunch
14:00 Securing two-way quantum communication: the monitoring detector and its flaws [video]
Shihan Sajeed, Igor Radchenko, Sarah Kaiser, Jean-Philippe Burgoin, Laurent Monat, Matthieu Legré and Vadim Makarov
14:25 Trojan-horse attacks on practical continuous-variable quantum key distribution systems [video] [slides]
Imran Khan, Nitin Jain, Birgit Stiller, Paul Jouguet, Sébastien Kunz-Jacques, Eleni Diamanti, Christoph Marquardt and Gerd Leuchs
14:50 Best student paper prize, selected by the program committeeExperimental quantum key distribution with source flaws and tight finite-key analysis [video] [slides]
Feihu Xu, Shihan Sajeed, Sarah Kaiser, Zhiyuan Tang, Li Qian, Vadim Makarov and Hoi-Kwong Lo
15:15 Coffee break
15:45 Poster session
18:00 Conference and Roundtable with
Gilles Brassard, Charles Bennett, Peter Shor, Artur Ekert
Animated by Philippe Grangier

Wednesday (September 3rd)
Chairs: Stefanie Wehner (9:00-9-10:20), Christian Schaffner (10:50-12:20)

08:00 Registration
09:00 Loopholes in Bell tests [video] [slides]
Nicolas Brunner
10:20 Coffee break
10:50 The next 40 years of public-key cryptography [video] [slides]
Bart Preneel
11:30 Device-independent uncertainty for binary observables [video] [slides]
Jedrzej Kaniewski, Marco Tomamichel and Stephanie Wehner
11:55 Quantum communication based on diamond spins: from remote teleportation to a loophole-free Bell test [video]
Bas Hensen, Hannes Bernien, Anais Dreau, Just Ruitenberg and Ronald Hanson
12:20 Free afternoon
14:30 Social Event: Palais de la Découverte

Thursday (September 4th)
Chairs: Frédéric Dupuis (9:00-10:20), Thomas Vidick (10:50-12:20), Iordanis Kerenidis (14:00-15:30), Vadim Makarov (16:00-16:50), Romain Alléaume (16:50-18:20)

08:00 Registration
09:00 Measurement Device Independent Quantum Key Distribution [video] [slides]
Joshua Slater
10:20 Coffee break
10:50 A solid-state quantum interface between stationary and flying qubits [video] [slides]
Atac Imamoglu
11:30 A quantum protocol for the orthogonal vector problem and leakage-resilient computation [video] [slides]
Ivan Damgård, Frédéric Dupuis and Jesper Buus Nielsen
11:55 Classical leakage resilience from fault-tolerant quantum computation [video] [slides]
Felipe G. Lacerda, Joseph M. Renes and Renato Renner.
12:20 Lunch
14:00 Tamper-resistant cryptographic hardware in the isolated qubits model [video] [slides]
Yi-Kai Liu
14:40 Quantum Attacks on Classical Proof Systems – The Hardness of Quantum Rewinding [video] [slides]
Andris Ambainis, Ansis Rosmanis and Dominique Unruh
15:05 Bombs don’t have to explode, forgers can get away scot-free (an adaptive attack on Wiesner’s quantum money) [video] [slides]
Daniel Nagaj, Or Sattath and Aharon Brodutch
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Quantum position verification in the random oracle model [video] [slides]
Dominique Unruh
16:25 Quantum random number generation on a mobile phone [video][slides]
Bruno Sanguinetti, Anthony Martin, Hugo Zbinden and Nicolas Gisin
16:50 Industry session [video] [slides]
Don Hayford, Sr. Research Leader, National Security Division, Battelle [slides]
Dr. Yong Zhao, CEO of QuantumCTek [slides]
Masahide Sasaki, Director Quantum ICT Laboratory at NICT [slides]
20:00 Conference dinner
After-dinner talk by Alain Aspect

Friday (September 5th)
Chairs: Paul Kwiat (9:00-10:30), Damian Markham (11:00-12:15)

08:00 Registration
09:00 Routes towards quantum information processing with superconducting circuits [video] [slides]
Daniel Estève
09:40 Hacking the Franson interferometer: faking an extreme violation of the CHSH inequality with classical light [video] [slides]
Jonathan Jogenfors, Ashraf Abdelrazig, Mohamed Bourennane and Jan-Åke Larsson
10:05 Highly efficient entanglement swapping for long-distance quantum key distribution [video] [slides]
Rui-Bo Jin and Masahide Sasaki
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Reaching beyond existing quantum key distribution links: How to take advantage of imperfect quantum memories [video] [slides]
Nicolo’ Lo Piparo, Christiana Panayi, Mohsen Razavi, Xiongfeng Ma and Norbert Lütkenhaus
11:25 Limitations on Quantum Key Repeaters [slides] [video]
Stefan Baeuml, Matthias Christandl, Karol Horodecki and Andreas Winter
11:50 On the inefficacy of Gaussian regenerative amplifiers for quantum optical communication [video] [slides]
Ryo Namiki, Oleg Gittsovich, Saikat Guha and Norbert Lütkenhaus
12:15 Lunch
14:00 Hot topics session [video]
14:00 Quantum storage of entangled telecom-wavelength photons in an erbium-doped optical fiber [slides]
E. Saglamyurek, J. Jin, V. B. Verma, M. D. Shaw, F. Marsili, S. W. Nam, D. Oblak and W. Tittel
14:10 Full experimental verifications towards practical deployment of measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution [slides]
Yan-Lin Tang, Hua-Lei Yin, Si-Jing Chen, Yang Liu, Wei-Jun Zhang, Xiao Jiang, Lu Zhang, Jian Wang, Li-Xing You, Jian-Yu Guan, Dong-Xu Yang, Zhen Wang, Hao Liang, Zhen Zhang, Nan Zhou, Xiongfeng Ma, Teng-Yun Chen, Qiang Zhang and Jian-Wei Pan
14:20 Quantum Communications for Satellite Channels
Giuseppe Vallone, Davide Bacco, Daniele Dequal, Simone Gaiarin, Vincenza Luceri, Giuseppe Bianco and Paolo Villoresi


Accepted posters (Please note the area 1/2/3/4 where the poster will be displayed during the poster session)

    1. [Area 4] Fault-tolerant quantum key distribution over a collective-noise, Li Chunyan
    2. [Area 3] Direct Counterfactual Communication with Single Photons, Zhu Cao
    3. [Area 4] Hybrid measurement attack on decoy-state quantum key distribution system with partial phase randomization, Shi-Hai Sun, Mu-Sheng Jiang, Xiang-Chun Ma, Chun-Yan Li and Lin-Mei Liang
    4. [Area 3] Development of Entangled-Coherent-State Quantum Key Distribution with Single-Photon Nonlinear Cross-Phase Modulation, Olga Minaeva, Andrew Fraine, David Simon, Gregg Jaeger and Alexander Sergienko
    5. [Area 1] High-capacity quantum Fibonacci coding for key distribution, Alexander Sergienko and David Simon
    6. [Area 3] Modified E91 protocol demonstration through 20 km fiber, Mikio Fujiwara, Ken-Ichiro Yoshino, Yoshihiro Nambu, Taro Yamashita, Shigehito Miki, Hirotaka Terai, Zhen Wang, Morio Toyoshima, Akihisa Tomita and Masahide Sasaki
    7. [Area 1] A time slot assignment idea for suppressing QBER increase in quantum access networks, Yoshimichi Tanizawa and Alexander R. Dixon
    8. [Area 3] Detection Loopholes in Entanglement Witness and the Counter-Measure, Xiao Yuan, Ping Xu, Luo-Kan Chen, He Lu, Xing-Can Yao, Xiongfeng Ma, Yu-Ao Chen and Jian-Wei Pan
    9. [Area 3] Squeezed-State Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Cryptography, Yi-Chen Zhang, Song Yu and Wanyi Gu
    10. [Area 4] A qutrit Quantum Key Distribution protocol with better noise resistance, François Arnault and Zoé Amblard
    11. [Area 4] On the Parallel Repetition of Multi-Player Games: The No-Signaling Case, Harry Buhrman, Serge Fehr and Christian Schaffner
    12. [Area 2] Reverse reconciliation for continuous-variable quantum cryptography with Bell detection, Xiang-Chun Ma, Shi-Hai Sun, Mu-Sheng Jiang, Ming Gui and Lin-Mei Liang
    13. [Area 1] A quasi-noiseless heralded photon source without temporal post-selection, Fabrizio Piacentini
    14. [Area 3] High speed prototype quantum key distribution system and long term field trial, James Dynes, Alexander Dixon, Marco Lucamarini, Bernd Frohlich, Andrew Sharpe, Alan Plews, Simon Tam, Zhiliang Yuan, Yoshimichi Tanizawa, Hideaki Sato, Shinichi Kawamura, Mikio Fujiwara, Masahide Sasaki and Andrew Shields
    15. [Area 3] Continuous-Variable Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution, Zhengyu Li, Xiang Peng and Hong Guo
    16. [Area 2] More Efficient Privacy Amplification with Non-Uniform Random Seeds via Dual Universal Hash Function, Masahito Hayashi and Toyohiro Tsurumaru
    17. [Area 4] Multi-party zero-error classical channel coding with entanglement, Teresa Piovesan, Giannicola Scarpa and Christian Schaffner
    18. [Area 2] A study of the influences a pseudo random phase plate has on the quantumness of a polarisation based entangled photon source, Yaseera Ismail, Abdul Mirza, Francesco Petruccione and Andrew Forbes
    19. [Area 4] Entanglement-Swapping based Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution, Alejandro Mattar, Jonatan Bohr-Brask, Daniel Cavalcanti, Paul Skrzypczyk and Antonio Acin
    20. [Area 3] Device-Independent Quantum Cryptography for Continuous Variables, Kevin Marshall and Christian Weedbrook
    21. [Area 1] Quantum digital signatures with quantum key distribution components, Petros Wallden, Vedran Dunjko and Erika Andersson
    22. [Area 4] Sequential attacks against coherent one-way quantum key distribution, Javier González-Payo, Francisco-Javier Fraile-Peláez and Marcos Curty
    23. [Area 1] Towards genuine energy-time entanglement quantum cryptography in installed telecom fibers, Gonzalo Carvacho, Gabriel Saavedra, Alvaro Cuevas, Jaime Carine, Matthieu Meunier, Miguel Figueroa, Paolo Mataloni, Adan Cabello, Jan-Ake Larsson, Gustavo Lima and Guilherme Xavier
    24. [Area 4] Security of modied Ping-Pong protocol in noisy and lossy channel, Yunguang Han, Zhenqiang Yin, Wei Chen, Guangcan Guo, Zhengfu Han and Xiaotian Song
    25. [Area 3] Quantifying Reliability and Security of Physical Layer Cryptography, Masahide Sasaki, Te Sun Han and Hiroyuki Endo
    26. [Area 2] A Probabilistic Analysis of CASCADE, Ruth Ii-Yung Ng
    27. [Area 2] Fast implementation of privacy amplification in quantum key distribution, Chun-Mei Zhang, Mo Li, Jing-Zheng Huang, Wei Chen, Zheng-Fu Han and Guang-Can Guo
    28. [Area 3] Proof-of-principle experiment of reference-frame-independent quantum key distribution with phase coding, Wenye Liang, Zhenqiang Yin, Wei Chen and Zhengfu Han
    29. [Area 3] Measurement-device-independent QKD with Modified Coherent State, Mo Li, Chun-Mei Zhang, Zhen-Qiang Yin, Wei Chen, Shuang Wang, Guang-Can Guo and Zheng-Fu Han
    30. [Area 2] High-speed quantum random number generator by measuring photon arrival times using external references, Zhen Zhang, You-Qi Nie, Hong-Fei Zhang, Jian Wang, Xiongfeng Ma, Jun Zhang and Jian-Wei Pan
    31. [Area 4] Hacking high key rate quantum cryptography systems based on intrinsic imperfection of self-differencing single photon detectors, Mu-Sheng Jiang
    32. [Area 1] Quantum key distribution session with 16-dimensional photonic states, Sebastian Etcheverry, Gustavo Cañas, Esteban Sepulveda Gomez, Wallon Nogueira, Carlos Saavedra, Guilherme Xavier and Gustavo Lima
    33. [Area 3] Reliability and Security Functions of a Wiretap Channel under Power Constraint, Hiroyuki Endo, Te Sun Han, Masahide Sasaki and Takao Aoki
    34. [Area 4] High Bit Rate Continuous-Variable Quantum Key Distribution, Paul Jouguet, David Elkouss and Sébastien Kunz-Jacques
    35. [Area 3] Micro-optics based Quantum Key Distribution sender unit for secure short distance communication, Gwenaelle Vest, Markus Rau, Giacomo Corrielli, Andrea Crespi, Henning Weier, Sebastian Nauerth, Roberto Osellame and Harald Weinfurter
    36. [Area 1] Efficient Heralding of O-Band Passively Spatial-Multiplexed Photons for Noise-Tolerant Quantum Key Distribution, Mao Tong Liu and Han Chuen Lim
    37. [Area 2] Quantum Randomness Certified by the Uncertainty Principle, Giuseppe Vallone, Davide Marangon, Marco Tomasin and Paolo Villoresi
    38. [Area 4] On the Optimality of Basis Transformations to Secure Entanglement Swapping Based QKD Protocols, Stefan Schauer and Martin Suda
    39. [Area 4] Effects of Imperfections of Bob’s Device in Continuous Variable Quantum Key Distribution Protocol with Discrete Modulations, Tsubasa Ichikawa and Takuya Hirano
    40. [Area 3] Elimination of information leakage in lossy quantum communication channels, Christian Scheffmann Jacobsen, Lars Skovgaard Madsen, Vladyslav Usenko, Ulrik Lund Andersen and Radim Filip
    41. [Area 4] Preventing side-channel leakage in continuous-variable quantum key distribution, Ivan Derkach, Vladyslav C. Usenko and Radim Filip
    42. [Area 3] Turbulence as a Resource for Quantum Key Distribution in Long Distance Free-Space Links, Davide Bacco, Giuseppe Vallone, Davide Marangon, Matteo Canale, Ilaria Savorgnan, Mauro Barbieri, Simon Calimani, Cesare Barbieri, Nicola Laurenti and Paolo Villoresi
    43. [Area 4] Continuous-variable quantum key distribution with efficient channel estimation for long-distance applications, László Ruppert, Vladyslav Usenko and Radim Filip
    44. [Area 2] Towards an Optimal Implementation of Cascade, Jesus Martinez-Mateo, Christoph Pacher, Alex Ciurana and Vicente Martin
    45. [Area 1] A Certifiable Trusted Node QKD Network, Nino Walenta, Dario Caselunghe, Mathias Domergue, Michael A. Hagerman, Don Hayford, Matthieu Legré, Todd McCandlish, Laurent Monat, Alex Morrow, Grégoire Ribordy, Damien Stucki, Patrick Trinkler and Richard Wolterman
    46. [Area 3] Probing satellite single photon transmission toward a global QKD network, Giuseppe Vallone, Daniele Dequal, Davide Bacco, Simone Gaiarin, Vincenza Luceri, Giuseppe Bianco and Paolo Villoresi
    47. [Area 3] Fine-grained EPR-steering inequalities, Tanumoy Pramanik, Marc Kaplan and Archan Majumdar
    48. [Area 2] Random bits, true and unbiased, from atmospheric turbulence, Davide Giacomo Marangon, Giuseppe Vallone and Paolo Villoresi
    49. [Area 2] Quantum Random Number Generation using Spontaneous Raman Scattering, Matthew Collins, Alex Clark, Zhizhong Yan, Chunle Xiong, Michael Steel and Benjamin Eggleton
    50. [Area 1] Entanglement Distribution in Quantum Metropolitan Optical Networks, Alex Ciurana, Andreas Poppe, Jesus Martinez-Mateo, Momtchil Peev and Vicente Martin
    51. [Area 1] Quantum Hashing via Classical Universal Hashing and Quantum Digital Signature, Farid Ablayev, Marat Ablayev and Alexander Vasiliev
    52. [Area 4] Continuous-variable quantum key distribution with multimode entangled states, Vladyslav Usenko, László Ruppert and Radim Filip
    53. [Area 4] Sharing quantum secrets over untrusted channels, Anne Marin and Damian Markham
    54. Best Poster Award (selected by popular vote)[Area 3] Practical quantum key distribution over a 50 dB channel loss, Boris Korzh, Charles Ci Wen Lim, Raphael Houlmann, Mathilde Soucarros, Bruno Sanguinetti, Ming Jun Li, Daniel Nolan, Nicolas Gisin and Hugo Zbinden
    55. [Area 3] Free-space and alignment-free QKD exploiting photon orbital angular momentum, Giuseppe Vallone, Vincenzo D’Ambrosio, Anna Sponselli, Fabio Sciarrino, Lorenzo Marrucci, Sergei Slussarenko and Paolo Villoresi
    56. [Area 4] Super Linear Amplifier for Coherent States, Syed Assad, Jing Yan Haw, Ping Koy Lam, Thomas Symul, Josephine Dias, Remi Blandino and Timothy C. Ralph
    57. [Area 4] Increasing the Robustness of BB84 through Continuous Variable Cryptography Techniques, Fabio Grazioso and Frédéric Grosshans
    58. [Area 3] SaNeQKD: a design to equip a GNSS intersatellite network with QKD, Francesca Gerlin, Nicola Laurenti, Giampiero Naletto, Giuseppe Vallone, Paolo Villoresi, Luciana Bonino, Sergio Mottini and Zoran Sodnik
    59. [Area 3] Towards High Data-Rate Quantum Cryptography Over Water, Paul Kwiat, Bradley Christensen, Daniel Gauthier, Alex Hill, Daniel Kumor and Kevin McCusker
    60. [Area 4] Exact analysis of long distance quantum communication over a lossy optical channel using entanglement swapping with a quantum repeater chain and noisy detectors, Zachary Dutton, Christopher A. Fuchs, Saikat Guha and Hari Krovi
    61. [Area 3] One-sided device independent continuous variable quantum key distribution, Nathan Walk, Howard Wiseman, Sara Hosseini, Jiao Geng, Jiri Janousek, Ping Koy Lam, Thomas Symul, Timothy Ralph and Oliver Thearle
    62. [Area 3] Loss tolerant device-independent quantum key distribution: a proof of principle, Alberto Dall’Arche, Marco Tomasin, Giuseppe Vallone and Paolo Villoresi
    63. [Area 2] Quantum-Proof Extractors via Operator Space Theory, Mario Berta, Omar Fawzi and Volkher Scholz
    64. [Area 2] Robust Secure Continuous Variable Quantum Random Number Generator, Jing Yan Haw, Syed Muhamad Assad, Nelly Huei Ying Ng, Ping Koy Lam and Thomas Symul
    65. [Area 2] Experimental Realization of Continuous-Variable Quantum Key Distribution with Composable Security against General Attacks, Vitus Händchen, Tobias Gehring, Fabian Furrer, Jörg Duhme, Christoph Pacher, Reinhard F. Werner and Roman Schnabel
    66. [Area 1] Backsflash characterization for QKD application, Alice Meda, Hong Suk, Ivo Degiovanni, Giorgio Brida and Marco Genovese
    67. [Area 3] Noise and Measurement Errors in a Practical Two-State Quantum Bit Commitment Protocol in Optical Fibers, Álvaro Almeida, Ricardo Loura, Paulo André, Armando Pinto, Paulo Mateus and Nikola Paunkovic
    68. [Area 2] Analysis of Quantum Bit Error Estimation with Different Combinatorial Designs, Philipp Grabenweger, Christoph Pacher and Dimitris. E. Simos
    69. [Area 2] Randomly Walking Towards a Higher Bit Rate, James Grieve and Alexander Ling
    70. [Area 4] A Convenient Countermeasure against Detector Blinding Attacks for Practical Quantum Key Distribution, Charles Ci Wen Lim, Nino Walenta, Hugo Zbinden, Nicolas Gisin and Matthieu Legre
    71. [Area 4] Protocol choice and parameter optimization in decoy-state measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution, Feihu Xu, He Xu and Hoi-Kwong Lo
    72. [Area 1] Development of a Photon Pair Source using Periodically Poled Lithium Niobate and Fiber Optic Components, Lee Oesterling, David Nippa, Richard Wolterman, Eric Stinaff, Sean Krupa, Bruno Sanguinetti, Fernando Monteiro, Robert Thew and Hugo Zbinden
    73. [Area 2] Reconciliation for Continuous Variable Quantum Key Distribution With Non-Binary LDPC Codes, Christoph Pacher, Jörg Duhme, Tobias Gehring, Vitus Händchen, Reinhard F. Werner and Fabian Furrer
    74. [Area 4] Security of six-state quantum key distribution protocol with biased basis choice using threshold detectors, Shun Kawakami and Masato Koashi
    75. [Area 1] Quantum messages with signatures forgeable in arbitrated quantum signature schemes, Taewan Kim and Soojoon Lee
    76. [Area 4] Asynchronous reference frame agreement in a quantum network, Tanvirul Islam and Stephanie Wehner
    77. [Area 1] Differential phase-shift QKD in multi-user PON telecom networks, Michael Hentschel, Andreas Poppe, Edwin Querasser, Momtchil Peev and Bernhard Schrenk
    78. [Area 3] Portable QKD Device using the COW Protocol, Sharmini Pillay, Abdul Mirza and Francesco Petruccione
    79. [Area 1] Metrology for industrial quantum communications: the European MIQC project, Ivo Pietro Degiovanni
    80. [Area 1] Continuous-variable quantum key distribution in WDM-PON network, Rupesh Kumar, Hao Qin and Romain Alléaume
    81. [Area 1] Quantum cryptography in standard telecom channels, Bruno Fedrici, Djeylan Aktas, Laurent Labonté and Sébastien Tanzilli
    82. [Area 1] Raman Scattering ? A Major Roadblock for QKD in Fibre-Optic Networks?, Florian Hipp, Andreas Poppe, Michael Hentschel, Bernhard Schrenk, Slavisa Aleksic, Gerald Franzl and Dominic Winkler
    83. [Area 4] Feasibility of measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution based on polarization qubits, Thiago Ferreira Da Silva, Douglas Vitoreti, Guilherme Xavier, Gustavo Do Amaral, Guilherme Temporão and Jean Pierre von der Weid
    84. [Area 1] Impact of spontaneous Raman scattering from classical channels on quantum communication, Thiago Ferreira Da Silva, Guilherme Xavier, Guilherme Temporão and Jean Pierre von der Weid
    85. [Area 3] Robust self-testing of partially entangled quantum systems, Cédric Bamps and Stefano Pironio
    86. [Area 1] Traceability at the single photon level for quantum communication, Aigar Vaigu, Toomas Kübarsepp, Christopher Chunnilall, Geiland Porrovecchio, Farshid Manoocheri, Mikko Merimaa and Erkki Ikonen
    87. [Area 2] Optimal Device-Independent Randomness Quantification, Olmo Nieto-Silleras, Stefano Pironio and Jonathan Silman
    88. [Area 2] Towards a high-speed integrated quantum random number generator based on continuous variables, Imran Khan, Christoph Pacher, Momtchil Peev, Bernhard Schrenk, Christoph Varga, Philipp Grabenweger, Bettina Heim, Christoph Marquardt and Gerd Leuchs
    89. [Area 3] Quantification of Effective Entanglement in an Atmospheric Channel, Christian Peuntinger, Bettina Heim, Nathan Killoran, Imran Khan, Christoffer Wittmann, Christoph Marquardt and Gerd Leuchs
    90. [Area 4] Proof-of-principle quantum key distribution immune to detector attacks over a 60 dB loss channel, Venkata Ramana Raju Valivarthi, Itzel Lucio-Martinez, P. Chan, Francesco Marsili, Varun B. Verma, Jeffrey. A. Stern, Matthew D. Shaw, Sae Woo Nam, Joshua A. Slater, Daniel Oblak and Wolfgang Tittel
    91. [Area 4] Towards entanglement swapping with quantum-memory compatible photons, Jeongwan Jin, Marcel.Lí Grimau Puigibert, Lambert Giner, Joshua A. Slater, Michael R.E. Lamont, Varun B. Verma, Matthew D. Shaw, Francesco Marsili, Sae Woo Nam, Daniel Oblak and Wolfgang Tittel
    92. [Area 1] Low-noise single-photon detectors for long-distance free-space quantum communication, Elena Anisimova, Simeng Simone Hu, Dmitri Nikulov, Rupert Ursen, Thomas Jennewein and Vadim Makarov
    93. [Area 4] Sharing a Phase Reference in Continuous-Variable Quantum Key Distribution, Adrien Marie and Romain Alléaume