QUANTUM-SAFE INTERNET

QSI is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Doctoral Network that trains a world-class cohort of doctoral researchers in cybersecurity to address the grand challenge of providing “Quantum-Safe Internet”

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(Ship-)wrecked networking: an intuition of network switching techniques and their application in entanglement-based communication.

ABOUT QSI

QSI is a European project funded by the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement n° 101072637. The project is a Doctoral Network; a joint research training and doctoral programme implemented by a partnership of high profile universities, research institutions and industrial partners that are located in eleven different countries.

We combine, via a collaborative long-term interdisciplinary approach, expertise in all relevant communities to address key fundamental problems in secure communications in the quantum era, and the important applications therein. We aim to build strong lasting links between strategically selected industry and academic partners, in different disciplines, via the development of novel technologies for practical applications in data security, robust not only against classical attacks but also against those enabled by quantum technologies.

OUR PEOPLE

QSI provides research and training opportunities to a new generation of Doctoral Candidates, who, in the long-run, shall address the Grand Challenge of providing “Quantum-Safe Internet”, i.e., a communication infrastructure that is secure against not only classical attacks but also those enabled by quantum technologies.

OUR PARTNERS

QSI includes a set of strategically chosen beneficiary and associated partners with complementary expertises in the field of Quantum-Safe cryptography. The former host and supervise the Doctoral Candidates, while the latter add value to the programme by offering secondments and contributing to the training events and dissemination activities. 

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