At the 2023 IEEE Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE) Conference in Bellevue, Washington, the 4th International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering welcomed quantum researchers, scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs. Also known as Quantum Week, researchers from the Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook University were happy to be recognized at the conference for their quantum research.
Doctoral student Mohammad Ghaderibaneh along with Professors Himanshu Gupta and CR Ramakrishnan, won the best paper award for their work, Generation and Distribution of GHZ States in Quantum Networks. Presented as part of the Quantum Networks & Communications (QNET) tract, their research focuses on developing techniques to efficiently generate distributed Greenberger Horne-Zeilinger (GHZ) states, a special class of multipartite entanglement states. Multipartite entangled states distributed over a network are useful in the implementation and support of quantum network applications for communications, sensing, and computing.
Following the design of techniques for efficient GHZ states, according to Gupta, “Our future work will explore more sophisticated approaches to further improve fidelity.”
Congratulations to the team on this award!