[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FT160100397]
Researchers Dr Peter Rohde
Brief description This project aims to design protocols for secure cloud quantum computing, where clients can license the use of a host’s computer, while keeping their data secure from both eavesdroppers and the host. Quantum computers will transform the computational landscape of the 21st century, but will be affordable by few. Finding models for sharing quantum computing resources in a distributed environment is essential. Data security is important to clients – typical applications for quantum computing will involve commercially or strategically sensitive data. Developing these security protocols is expected to enable the commercialisation of quantum computing, enhancing their adoption and accessibility.
Funding Amount $652,000
Funding Scheme Future Fellowships