Evgeniy Kiktenko

Evgeniy Kiktenko
Russian Quantum Center · Qunatum Information Technologies

PhD

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November 2012 - present
Bauman Moscow State Technical University
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Publications (108)
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The vertical component of the electric field Ez in the water column can have an almost zero telluric component, which allows effective monitoring of other sources excited by processes in the hydrosphere itself and the conjugate geospheres—atmosphere and lithosphere. This idea underlies the deep-water experiment in Lake Baikal that has been carried...
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We describe a class of "neighboring-blocks" stabilizer quantum error correction codes and demonstrate that such class of codes can be implemented in a resource-efficient manner using a single ancilla and circular near-neighbor qubit connectivity. We propose an implementation for syndrome-measurement circuits for codes from the class and illustrate...
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Efficient realization of quantum algorithms is among main challenges on the way towards practical quantum computing. Various libraries and frameworks for quantum software engineering have been developed. Here we present a software package containing implementations of various quantum gates and well-known quantum algorithms using PennyLane library....
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We present a continuous monitoring system for intermediate-scale quantum processors that allows extracting estimates of noisy native gate and read-out measurements based on the set of executed quantum circuits and resulting measurement outcomes. In contrast to standard approaches for calibration and benchmarking quantum processors, the executed cir...
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The long-term Baikal experiment on study of macroscopic nonlocal correlations between random dissipative heliogeophysical processes and probe ones in the detectors have revealed prominent features of macroscopic entanglement predicted by action-at-a-distance electrodynamics. These correlations have both the retarded and advanced components with lar...
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Quantum technologies require methods for preparing and manipulating entangled multiparticle states. However, the problem of determining whether a given quantum state is entangled or separable is known to be an NP-hard problem in general, and even the task of detecting entanglement breakdown for a given class of quantum states is difficult. In this...
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Efficient realization of quantum algorithms is among main challenges on the way towards practical quantum computing. Various libraries and frameworks for quantum software engineering have been developed. Here we present a software package containing implementations of various quantum gates and well-known quantum algorithms using PennyLane library....
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Digital signatures are widely used for providing security of communications. At the same time, the security of currently deployed digital signature protocols is based on unproven computational assumptions. An efficient way to ensure an unconditional (information-theoretic) security of communication is to use quantum key distribution (QKD), whose se...
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The problem of finding efficient decompositions of multi-qubit gates is of importance for quantum computing, especially, in application to existing noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) devices, whose resources are substantially limited. Here we propose a decomposition scheme for a generalized $N$-qubit Toffoli gate with the use of $2N-3$ two-qut...
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Quantum computing technologies pose a significant threat to the currently employed public-key cryptography protocols. In this paper, we discuss the impact of the quantum threat on public key infrastructures (PKIs), which are used as a part of security systems for protecting production environments. We analyze security issues of existing models with...
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In the present work, we propose a generalization of the confidence polytopes approach for quantum state tomography (QST) to the case of quantum process tomography (QPT). Our approach allows obtaining a confidence region in the polytope form for a Choi matrix of an unknown quantum channel based on the measurement results of the corresponding QPT exp...
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The development of a universal fault-tolerant quantum computer that can solve efficiently various difficult computational problems is an outstanding challenge for science and technology. In this work, we propose a technique for an efficient implementation of quantum algorithms with qudits. Our method is based on a transpilation of a circuit in the...
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In the present work, we propose a generalization of the confidence polytopes approach for quantum state tomography (QST) to the case of quantum process tomography (QPT). Our approach allows obtaining a confidence region in the polytope form for a Choi matrix of an unknown quantum channel based on the measurement results of the corresponding QPT exp...
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Digital signatures are widely used for providing security of communications. At the same time, the security of currently deployed digital signature protocols is based on unproven computational assumptions. An efficient way to ensure an unconditional (information-theoretic) security of communication is to use quantum key distribution (QKD), whose se...
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Recent advances in DNA sequencing open prospects to make whole-genome analysis rapid and reliable, which is promising for various applications including personalized medicine. However, existing techniques for de novo genome assembly, which is used for the analysis of genomic rearrangements, chromosome phasing, and reconstructing genomes without a r...
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Quantum key distribution (QKD) networks provide an infrastructure for establishing information-theoretic secure keys between legitimate parties via quantum and authentic classical channels. The deployment of QKD networks in real-world conditions faces several challenges, which are related in particular to the high costs of QKD devices and the condi...
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Quantum computing technologies pose a significant threat to the currently employed public-key cryptography protocols. In this paper, we discuss the impact of the quantum threat on public key infrastructures (PKIs), which are used as a part of security systems for protecting production environments. We analyze security issues of existing models with...
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Quantum key distribution (QKD) networks provide an infrastructure for establishing information-theoretic secure keys between legitimate parties via quantum and authentic classical channels. The deployment of QKD networks in real-world conditions faces several challenges, which are related in particular to the high costs of QKD devices and the condi...
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Macroscopic nonlocal correlations of random dissipative processes manifest at extremely low frequencies, meaning that observing them involves long-term experiments that maintain highly stable conditions in the detectors. This motivated the Baikal experiment, which investigates correlations between helio-geophysical processes featuring a high random...
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A precise understanding of the influence of an environment on quantum dynamics, which is at the heart of the theory of open quantum systems, is crucial for further progress in the development of controllable large-scale quantum systems. However, existing approaches to account for complex system environment interaction in the presence of memory effe...
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Data from a long-term experiment with monitoring of the vertical component of the electric field at the base from the surface to the bottom showed oscillations with quasi-periods of tens to hundreds of days in Lake Baikal. They are not caused by any internal sources, but they show a close relationship with intermittent oscillations of the solar X-r...
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Superposition states of circular currents of exciton-polaritons mimic the superconducting flux qubits. The phase of a polariton fluid must change by an integer number of 2π when going around the ring. If one introduces a π-phase delay line in the ring, the fluid is obliged to propagate a clockwise or anticlockwise circular current to reduce the tot...
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Quantum cryptography or, more precisely, quantum key distribution (QKD), is one of the advanced areas in the field of quantum technologies. The confidentiality of keys distributed with the use of QKD protocols is guaranteed by the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics. This paper is devoted to the decoy state method, a countermeasure against vulner...
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In the paper, we consider thermal states of two particles with spin 1/2 (qubits) located in an inhomogeneous transverse magnetic field and interacting according to the Heisenberg XY -model. We introduce the concepts of magnitude and direction of asymmetry of the entropy of a state and the magnitude and asymmetry of a flow of locally transmitted inf...
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Quantum cryptography or, more precisely, quantum key distribution (QKD), is one of the advanced areas in the field of quantum technologies. The confidentiality of keys distributed with the use of QKD protocols is guaranteed by the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics. This paper is devoted to the decoy state method, a countermeasure against vulner...
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We construct a new protocol for attribute-based encryption with the use of the modification of the standard secret sharing scheme. In the suggested modification of the secret sharing scheme, only one master key for each user is required that is achieved by linearly enlarging public parameters in access formula. We then use this scheme for designing...
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In the present work, we suggest an approach for describing dynamics of finite-dimensional quantum systems in terms of pseudostochastic maps acting on probability distributions, which are obtained via minimal informationally complete quantum measurements. The suggested method for probability representation of quantum dynamics preserves the tensor pr...
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We suggest a new protocol for the information reconciliation stage of quantum key distribution based on polar codes. The suggested approach is based on the blind technique, which is proved to be useful for low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes. We show that the suggested protocol outperforms the blind reconciliation with LDPC codes, especially when...
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We suggest a new protocol for the information reconciliation stage of quantum key distribution based on polar codes. The suggested approach is based on the blind technique, which is proved to be useful for low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes. We show that the suggested protocol outperforms the blind reconciliation with LDPC codes, especially when...
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Many commonly used public-key cryptosystems will become insecure once a scalable quantum computer is built. New cryptographic schemes that can guarantee protection against attacks with quantum computers, so-called post-quantum algorithms, have emerged in recent decades. One of the most promising candidates for a post-quantum signature scheme is SPH...
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Consideration of macroscopic entanglement in the framework of action-at-a-distance electrodynamics leads to rather simple description of macroscopic quantum nonlocal correlations between random dissipative processes in the source and detector. These correlations have both the retarded and advanced component. The latter means correlation in reverse...
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In the present work, we suggest an approach for describing dynamics of finite-dimensional quantum systems in terms of pseudostochastic maps acting on probability distributions, which are obtained via minimal informationally complete quantum measurements. The suggested method for probability representation of quantum dynamics preserves the tensor pr...
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In this work, we consider a probability representation of quantum dynamics for finite-dimensional quantum systems with the use of pseudostochastic maps acting on true probability distributions. These probability distributions are obtained via symmetric informationally complete positive operator-valued measure (SIC-POVM) and can be directly accessib...
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Quantum key distribution (QKD) enables unconditionally secure communication between distinct parties using a quantum channel and an authentic public channel. Reducing the portion of quantum-generated secret keys, that is consumed during the authentication procedure, is of significant importance for improving the performance of QKD systems. In the p...
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Recent advances in DNA sequencing open prospects to make whole-genome analysis rapid and reliable, which is promising for various applications including personalized medicine. However, existing techniques for de novo genome assembly, which is used for the analysis of genomic rearrangements, chromosome phasing, and reconstructing genomes without a r...
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In this work, we discuss in detail a flaw in the original security proof of the W-OTS${^+}$ variant of the Winternitz one-time signature scheme, which is an important component for various stateless and stateful many-time hash-based digital signature schemes. We update the security proof for the W-OTS${^+}$ scheme and derive the corresponding secur...
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We show a significant reduction of the number of quantum operations and the improvement of the circuit depth for the realization of the Toffoli gate by using qudits. This is done by establishing a general relation between the dimensionality of qudits and their topology of connections for a scalable multiqudit processor, where higher qudit levels ar...
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Understanding properties of quantum matter is an outstanding challenge in science. In this paper, we demonstrate how machine-learning methods can be successfully applied for the classification of various regimes in single-particle and many-body systems. We realize neural network algorithms that perform a classification between regular and chaotic b...
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We study an application of the quantum tomography framework for the time-frequency analysis of modulated signals. In particular, we calculate optical tomographic representations and Wigner-Ville distributions for signals with amplitude and frequency modulations. We also consider time-frequency entropic relations for modulated signals, which are nat...
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We study an application of the quantum tomography framework for the time-frequency analysis of modulated signals. In particular, we calculate optical tomographic representations and Wigner-Ville distributions for signals with amplitude and frequency modulations. We also consider time-frequency entropic relations for modulated signals, which are nat...
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Blockchain is a distributed ledger, which is protected against malicious modifications by means of cryptographic tools, e.g. digital signatures and hash functions. One of the most prominent applications of blockchains is cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin. In this work, we consider a particular attack on wallets for collecting assets in a cryptocurr...
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We construct a new protocol for attribute-based encryption with the use of the modification of the standard secret sharing scheme. In the suggested modification of the secret sharing scheme, only one master key for each user is required that is achieved by linearly enlarging public parameters in the access formula. We then use this scheme for desig...
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The paper describes a physical model and primary calculation algorithms we developed and implemented in a software package for simulating interference in complex optical systems. A model of a highly monochromatic laser beam interacting with various optical elements is proposed. We verified and validated our model by creating an interference pattern...
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A software development project designed to demonstrate some effects of the special theory of relativity (STR) is considered. The software visualizes a uniform relativistic motion of one inertial reference frame, associated with a rocket, relative to another inertial reference frame, associated with the ground. The main idea behind the visualization...
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Remarkable advancements in the ability to create, manipulate, and measure quantum systems are paving the way to build next generations of devices based on quantum physics. Quantum technologies in Russia are on the list of strategically important cross-cutting directions in the framework of the National Technology Initiative programs and the Digital...
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Quantum tomography is a widely applicable tool for complete characterization of quantum states and processes. In the present work, we develop a method for precision-guaranteed quantum process tomography. With the use of the Choi--Jamio{\l}kowski isomorphism, we generalize the recently suggested extended norm minimization estimator for the case of q...
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We show a significant reduction of the number of quantum operations and the improvement of the circuit depth for the realization of the Toffoli gate by using qudits. This is done by establishing a general relation between the dimensionality of qudits and their topology of connections for a scalable multi-qudit processor, where higher qudit levels a...
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In this work, we consider a probability representation of quantum dynamics for finite-dimensional quantum systems using pseudo-stochastic maps acting on probability distributions obtained via symmetric informationally complete positive operator-valued measure (SIC-POVM). These true probability distributions that fully describe quantum states can be...
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Decoherence is a fundamental obstacle to the implementation of large-scale and low-noise quantum information processing devices. In this work, we suggest an approach for suppressing errors by employing pre-processing and post-processing unitary operations, which precede and follow the action of a decoherence channel. In contrast to quantum error co...
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In the present work, a peculiar property of hash-based signatures allowing detection of their forgery event is explored. This property relies on the fact that a successful forgery of a hash-based signature most likely results in a collision with respect to the employed hash function, while the demonstration of this collision could serve as convinci...
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Quantum key distribution (QKD), ensuring the unconditional security of information, attracts a significant deal of interest. An important task is to design QKD systems as a platform for education as well as for research and development applications and fast prototyping new QKD protocols. Here, we present a modular QKD setup driven by National Instr...
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Blockchain is a distributed ledger, which is protected against malicious modifications by means of cryptographic tools, e.g. digital signatures and hash functions. One of the most prominent applications of blockchains is cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin. In this work, we consider a particular attack on wallets for collecting assets in a cryptocurr...
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Many commonly used public key cryptosystems will become insecure once a scalable quantum computer is built. New cryptographic schemes that can guarantee protection against attacks with quantum computers, so-called post-quantum algorithms, have emerged in recent decades. One of the most promising candidates for a post-quantum signature scheme is SPH...
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Quantum key distribution (QKD) enables unconditionally secure communication between distinct parties using a quantum channel and an authentic public channel. Reducing the portion of quantum-generated secret keys, that is consumed during the authentication procedure, is of significant importance for improving the performance of QKD systems. In the p...
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Understanding the properties of quantum matter is an outstanding challenge in science. In this work, we demonstrate how machine learning methods can be successfully applied for the classification of various regimes in single-particle and many-body systems. We realize neural network algorithms that perform a classification between regular and chaoti...
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Lake Baikal in Siberia is one of the most interesting lakes in the world. It is the world’s largest reservoir of fresh surface water and home to several hundred endemic species. At the same time it harboured the first underwater neutrino telescope NT200, now followed by its successor Baikal-GVD, a cubic-kilometre scale neutrino telescope. Within th...
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The vertical component of the electric field Ez in the hydrosphere is not contaminated by the telluric component and therefore can effectively be used to monitor various processes in the hydrosphere itself, lithosphere, and atmosphere. For this purpose, the Ez monitoring experiment on the surface–floor base has been conducted in Lake Baikal since 2...
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We point out that realization of quantum communication protocols in programmable quantum computers provides a deep benchmark for capabilities of real quantum hardware. Particularly, it is prospective to focus on measurements of entropy-based characteristics of the performance and to explore whether a “quantum regime” is preserved. We perform proof-...
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We point out that realization of quantum communication protocols in programmable quantum computers provides a deep benchmark for capabilities of real quantum hardware. Particularly, it is prospective to focus on measurements of entropy-based characteristics of the performance and to explore whether a "quantum regime" is preserved. We perform proof-...
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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will founder unless they integrate quantum technologies, warn Aleksey K. Fedorov, Evgeniy O. Kiktenko and Alexander I. Lvovsky. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will founder unless they integrate quantum technologies, warn Aleksey K. Fedorov, Evgeniy O. Kiktenko and Alexander I. Lvovsky.
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Quantum key distribution (QKD) offers a practical solution for secure communication between two distinct parties via a quantum channel and an authentic public channel. In this work, we consider different approaches to the quantum bit error rate (QBER) estimation at the information reconciliation stage of the post-processing procedure. For reconcili...