The Future of Cloud Computing

26 May 2017 Atul Mantri EPD Quantum Cloud Computing

PhD Student
Atul Mantri, Engineering Product Development

Supervisor
Joseph Fitzsimons, Assistant Professor, Engineering Product Development


Future computers utilising quantum technology may be able to solve today’s intractable problems. Quantum computers are initially expected to be large, expensive and only economically feasible for multi-national corporations.

This research aims to construct a protocol for allowing users with no quantum computing resources to have access to quantum computers via a remote quantum cloud-based service, as well as a protocol that will allow multiple users to perform secure computation and collaborate with the help of a quantum server.

In addition, these protocols will ensure users’ privacy (or blindness) and integrity of the desired computation (verifiability). The latter refers to users’ ability to detect any malicious server deviations.

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