RAQUEL project is over

The project was officially running from 1st October 2013 to 30th September 2016. The central topic of this project was randomness, generation of high quality randomness, and (efficient) usage of randomness. This project addresses a wide spectrum of fundamental areas of quantum information processing, and analyzes the role randomness plays in them. The research consortium of the project consisted of 7 partners – Masaryk University (coordinator), Latvijas Universitate, Universitaet Wien, Uniwersytet Gdanski, Universitat Autonoma De Barcelona, Freie Universitaet Berlin, and ETH Zurich. As a result of the project, 123 publications were co-authored by the project team. Vast majority of the appeared in impacted journals such as Physical Review A (21 papers), New Journal of Physics (19 papers), Physical Review Letters (16 papers), IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (12 papers) and  Nature Communications (8 papers).

We recommend to watch the video to find out how this research can affect everyday life.