The WiN-Labor develops software and tools on behalf of the DFN (https://www.dfn.de/). The DFN is the carrier of the German science network X-WiN. This network connects universities, research institutions and research-related companies in Germany with each other, as well as with scientific networks in Europe and other continents. With connection capacities of up to 100 Gigabit/s and a multi-terabit core network, X-WiN is one of the most powerful communication networks worldwide. Funded by the DFN-Verein, the WiN-Labor has been located at the Regional Computing Center (RRZE) of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg since 1992 with the start of the then “2-Mbit-WiN-Labor Project”.
Currently, the WiN-Lab is mainly engaged in research on quantum networks, techniques for time synchronization in the network, as well as methods for efficient handling of work processes and automatic provisioning of network resources.
Since repeating in quantum networks is not ready for operation anytime soon, a more modest approach is needed for network construction. The remedy is smaller-scale and more tightly meshed networks in the 100km range. This places higher demands on security and performance, especially for key generati...
Deepening Repeater: "Quantum repeating" is a core element of a functioning transmission of information over a larger distance. Due to the no-cloning theorem, creating a quantum duplicate, as is common in classical signal processing, is not possible. Therefore, it requires new network devices such as...
We have extended our Quantum Simulation portal.
You will now find documents in which we describe our impressions of various quantum simulators that we have installed and tried (german language) out.
Also a catalog (german language) with simulators that we think are interesting.