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- Short talks: Rupert Ursin (University of Vienna) Fabian Furrer (The University of Tokyo) Rutaro Matsumoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Toyohiro Tsurumaru (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation) Takuya Hirano (Gakushuin University) - Discussion Date: November 6(Wed.)-7(Thu.), 2013 Venue: Auditorium, The University of Electro-Communications Organizers: The University of Electro-Communications (UEC) National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) Support: FIRST-QIPP (Funding Program for World-Leading Innovative R&D on Science and Technology - Quantum Information Processing Project) Overview: In 2002, organization-wide collaboration of NICT and UEC in research and education started. The aim of the meeting included: (1) Reports on the current progress of our third mid-term plan, the Quantum Phase III(2011-2015) and discuss the R&D plans for the remaining term of the Quantum Phase III (The interim report is summarized in (2) Discussions on the latest research progress in quantum info-communication technologies.

In 2013, NICT and UEC established a new collaboration research agreement in free-space optical quantum communications and quantum metrology including a construction of new testbeds in both campuses. (3) Discussions on the social needs and R&D trends of QKD to show a future vision and a roadmap with appropriate promotion schemes.

In the process of learning how to use physics to crack codes, we have also learned how to use them in favor of cryptography, the science of hiding messages and protecting information from third parties.

It will start new research and development from September 2011, having renewed research teams under the NICT commissioned research in the third mid-term plan, called the Quantum Phase III (2011-2015).All information needs to be heavily encrypted, I figured.Then, the need to encrypt data became even more relevant in 2014 after several media announced that quantum computers (powerful computers that use fundamental concepts of quantum mechanics) might be used by organizations such as the NSA to break our most sophisticated cyphers and get access to our information.World renowned experts have also been invited to present a clear and easy-to-understand overview and outline on the latest trends and developments of this rapidly growing and fascinating research field.We invite you to become part of this exciting information exchange on leading-edge technologies and look forward to your active participation.