Exhibitors 2019

SiQuro-FBK chip for quantum random number generation

SiQuro-FBK chip for quantum random number generation

The advent of Internet of Things opens the necessity to protect the flow of generated data. This implies having low cost, small and robust devices able to generate secure random numbers to encrypt the data. As a solution to this, we present a low cost and cheap fully integrated chip which is the building block of a quantum random number generator. This device can produce random number using quantum mechanics. This leads to two main advantages: first, since quantum mechanics is involved, the randomness of the generated sequence is guaranteed and robust to quantum computer attack; second, the small electronic chip can be easily implemented in existing devices since it is based on CMOS-compatible technology.


SiQuro-FBK chip for quantum random number generation

Nicolò Leone, Giorgio Fontana, Zahra Bisadi, Fabio Acerbi, Lorenzo Pavesi

Nicolò Leone has received the Master Degree in Physics from the University of Trento, Trento, Italy, in 2018. In the same year he became one of the PhD of the Department of Physics of the University of Trento, under the supervision of prof. Pavesi and within the “Quantum at Trento” (Q@TN) project. He is currently working on the production and certification of cheap quantum random number generator and quantum key distribution systems.

  A16 (pav. 7) - Università di Trento

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