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IET Quantum Communication: Calls for Papers

IET Quantum Communication: Calls for Papers (via Qpute.com)


Calls for Papers

Reversible Quantum Communication & Systems

This special issue on Reversible Quantum Communication & Systems intends to publish the latest approaches and findings in quantum algorithms and reversible computing with a specific focus on emerging machine learning approaches in quantum communications. Reversible logic is a pivotal part of quantum computing and it has been a topic of high interest among quantum computing scientists and researchers through the last decade. It also exhibits considerable prospects in recent future due to its adiabatic characteristics. Logic synthesis and optimisation algorithms within the purview of reversibility have witnessed credible approaches and pose future prospects. The rise of machine learning approaches have also penetrated the quantum domain. Coupled with established advances and upcoming opportunities, this special issues of IET Quantum Communications intends to address the heterogeneity and the challenges faced by the topics of interest below.

With Guest Editors Diganta Sengupta, Ahmed A. Abd El-Latif, Debashis De, Keivan Navi and Nader Bagherzadeh, submissions must be made through ScholarOne by 30 June 2021. More information on this special issue and submitting an article can be found here.

Selected Extended Papers from the International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing 2021 (QCMC 2021)

Quantum information and computation presents various unusual characteristics by employing quantum mechanics to describe and process information, such as quantum superposition, quantum parallel computing and quantum entanglement contrasted with classical computation. Indeed, the adoption of quantum resources promises to disclose strong advantages in several fields. These promises have led to growing research efforts both from a theoretical and an experimental point of view. On the other hand, great interest has been devoted to investigating and developing novel protocols that exploit quantum resources for enhanced information processing. On the other hand, significant advances have been made in the last few years to identify the most suitable platform for each task, as well as to push the technology towards handling progressively larger quantum systems. All these research efforts have contributed to establishing a worldwide growing community working in the field, which is progressively attracting researchers from other fields, disclosing novel platforms and approaches. This special issue of IET Quantum Communications intends to provide a timely chance to scientists, researchers, as well as engineers to discuss and summarize the latest achievement in quantum information and computation and to publish their current innovations, engineering achievements, and some of the state-of-the-art applications to solve these problems. In this special issue, we will select the latest research relating to quantum information science and technology presented at QCMC 2021. The fifteenth International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing (QCMC), initially programmed for June 2020 will take place between 5-9th July 2021. The conference encourages to bring together scientists and engineers working in the interdisciplinary field of quantum information science and technology. Authors of selected papers presented at the conference will be invited to submit an extended version of their work to the special issue.

With Guest Editors Stanislav Maslovski, Ahmed Farouk and Xian-Min Jin, submissions must be made through ScholarOne by 9 September 2021. More information on this special issue and submitting an article can be found here.

Selected Extended Papers from QCrypt 2021

Cryptography is essential for security of communications. While the traditional public key cryptography ensures confidentiality and authenticity of communicating parties for many applications, it is under treat from emerging quantum computing techniques. As an alternative to traditional cryptography, in recent decades, quantum cryptography has been under active investigation and development. These efforts resulted in establishing a growing worldwide community working on these tasks, which is attracting researchers from other fields of the theoretical and applied science. This special issue of IET Quantum Communications intends to provide a timely chance to scientists, researchers and engineers to discuss and summarise the latest achievements in quantum cryptography and to publish their current theoretical and practical results, engineering innovations and other achievements, as well as to discuss some of the state-of-the-art approaches to related problems. For this special issue, we will select the latest and most influential research in quantum cryptography and information presented at QCrypt 2021. QCrypt is a conference for students and researchers who work on the quantum cryptography, broadly defined, that welcomes research contributions on the possibilities and limitations of the quantum methods for secure communication and computation. Research on the classical post-quantum cryptography is considered to be within the scope if it makes innovative use of the quantum information concepts. QCrypt features both experimental and theoretical talks. The conference will take place virtually during the week of August 23-27, 2021. The conference will feature invited speakers, contributed talks, poster sessions, tutorials, and industry exhibitions. Authors of selected papers presented at the conference will be invited to submit an extended version of their work to this special issue. Authors can also submit papers that are within the special issue’s aims and scope directly to the journal submission system.

With Guest Editors Stanislav Maslovski, Ahmed Farouk and Xian-Min Jin, submissions must be made through ScholarOne by 31 October 2021. More information on this special issue and submitting an article can be found here.


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