Prof. Fabio Antonio Bovino
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Chief Scientist at Quantum Technology Lab
Sapienza University of Rome
Quantum Safe Technologies: novel solutions and paradigms.
In recent decades new cryptographic techniques have been developed to provide protection against quantum threats. These techniques are termed “quantum safe” and consist both of techniques based on quantum properties of light that prevent interception of messages as well as computational techniques, all of which were designed to resist quantum attacks emerging from the rapidly accelerating research field of quantum computation. To address all the current limitations in performance and resilience, we introduce novel solutions, based on both paradigms of the Quantum Key Distribution and Quantum Computing.
Fabio Antonio Bovino, born in 02/03/1969, was employed at Elsag, a Finmeccanica Company, in September 2001 (Selex-ES since January 2013, now Leonardo s.p.a.). He is the founder and the chief scientist of Quantum Optics Lab. He has participated to national and international research projects financed by Italian MIUR (Ministry of Instruction University and Research), Italian Ministry of Defense and European Community. He is author of more than 90 publications in national/international journals and 14 patents in the fields of Foundation of Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Optics, Quantum Information and Computing. Highlights are the first demonstration of a quantum cloning machine (2001), the first experiment beyond Bell’s Inequalities for entanglement characterization (2004), the realization of the first Quantum Cryptography Italian product: the Q-KeyMaker®. He was Lecturer at ICTP Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics and at Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for International Culture, where he was, in 2012, Director of the course “Advances in Nanophotonics”. He is member of the teaching and scientific board of Second Level Master on Optics and Quantum Information - University of Rome "Sapienza". He was awarded in 2004 and 2012 with FINMECCANICA Innovation Prize, in 2005, 2006 with Elsag Innovation Prize and, in 2008, with Best Patent Prize, in 2010 with Selex-SI Innovation Prize.
Publications List: http://publicationslist.org/f.a.bovino