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Announcements Discussion forum edX course "Quantum Cryptography" Paper suggestions Research paper choice Presentation and hand-out

Introduction: qubits, gates and measurements Material: Chapter 0 of edX course (optional). You should already be familiar with this material. Follow the chapter if you want to refresh your knowledge.

edX lecture notes: Chapter 0 Ronald de Wolf's lecture notes Exercises (Chapter 0)

(Quantum) one-time pad Material: Chapter 1 of the edX course (total video length: 2:09:37) Meeting: Wednesday, June 7, 10:00AM

edX lecture notes: Chapter 1 Exercises (Chapter 1)

The power of entanglement Material: Chapter 2 of edX course (total video length: 1:53:04) Meeting: Thursday, June 8, 10:00AM

edX lecture notes: Chapter 2 Exercises (Chapter 2)

Quantifying information Material: Chapter 3 of edX course (total video length: 1:39:06) Meeting: Friday, June 9, 10:00AM

edX lecture notes: Chapter 3 Exercises (Chapter 3) Homework 1

Privacy amplification Material: Chapter 4 of edX course (total video length: 1:29:41) Meeting: Wednesday, June 14, 10:00AM

edX lecture notes: Chapter 4 Exercises (Chapter 4)

Classical key distribution Material: Chapter 5 of edX course (total video length: 0:42:29) Meeting: Thursday, June 15, 10:00AM

edX lecture notes: Chapter 5 Exercises (Chapter 5)

Quantum key distribution (QKD) Material: Chapter 6 of edX course (total video length: 1:26:00) Meeting: Friday, June 16, 10:00AM

edX lecture notes: Chapter 6 Exercises (Chapter 6) Homework 2

Quantum cryptography using untrusted devices Material: Chapter 7 of edX course

edX lecture notes: Chapter 7 Exercises (Chapter 7)

Bit commitment and oblivious transfer Material: Chapter 8 of edX course

edX lecture notes: Chapter 8 Exercises (Chapter 8)

Perfect security from physical assumptions Material: Chapter 9 of edX course

edX lecture notes: Chapter 9 Exercises (Chapter 9)

Position verification and delegated quantum computation Material: Chapter 10 of edX course

edX lecture notes: Chapter 10 Exercises (Chapter 10) Homework 3

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