University of Ottawa

Faculty Member

Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Complexity and Quantum Information

Professor Broadbent is the University of Ottawa Research Chair in Quantum Information and Cryptography.

University of Ottawa

Faculty Member

Representation theory and its interactions with algebraic combinatoric and supergeomety.

I am a Full Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Ottawa, and a former Alexander von Humboldt Fellow. I am interested in applications of Lie algebras, root systems, and finite groups of Lie type in cryptography and quantum information theory.

Carleton University

Faculty Member

Operator algebras, quantum groups, quantum information

I am an Associate Professor in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at Carleton University. In addition to QUASAR, I am a member of the Joint Analysis Group between uOttawa and Carleton. I am also an Affiliate Member of the Institute for Quantum Computing in Waterloo.

University of Ottawa

Faculty Member

Representation Theory, Post-Quantum Cryptography

I earned my PhD (MIT) in 1998, and was a Killam Postdoctoral Fellow (uAlberta) before coming to uOttawa, where I am now a Full Professor. I specialize in the representation theory of p-adic groups, which provides me with a plethora of algebraic tools with which to explore mathematical and post-quantum cryptography.

University of Ottawa

Faculty Member

Quantum graphs, non-local games, quantum computational advantage

Arthur completed his M.Math in pure mathematics at the University of Waterloo, and PhD in mathematics at the University of Toronto prior to his position at uOttawa. His interests are focused on exploring problems that lie at the intersection of pure mathematics, computer science and physics.

Kyoto University

Faculty Member

Operator Algebras, Random Matrix, Quantum information

Math PhD in 2003, worked in France (CNRS), uOttawa and Kyoto U

City University of New York

Faculty Member

Post-quantum Algebraic Cryptography

Professor Delaram Kahrobaei is the University Dean for Research at the City University of New York and a full Professor in the Computer Science and Mathematics departments at Queens College (CUNY). She is also an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Center for Cyber Security at the New York University as well as the President/co-founder of a university start-up Infoshield, Inc.

University of Ottawa

Postdoctoral Fellow

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Information

I am a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa. I obtained a Ph.D. in the mathematics of quantum information from the University of Waterloo under the supervision of Jon Yard and William Slofstra. My interests lie in quantum entanglement, nonlocal games, and their applications.

University of Ottawa

Postdoctoral Fellow

Anne Broadbent

Distributed Quantum Computation

I'm a MITACS Accelerate Postdoctoral Fellow, working on a DQC project in collaboration with Ericsson Montreal. Before joining uOttawa, I worked as a Knowledge Associate at the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) Mumbai, India for one year. And, I completed my PhD from the Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, India in Quantum information.

University of Ottawa

Postdoctoral Fellow

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Cryptography

My work focuses on the application of techniques from classical simulation of quantum systems to the development of new protocols in quantum cryptography. Before joining the University of Ottawa, my previous affiliation was the University of Waterloo, where I earned a PhD in the department of Combinatorics and Optimization in 2021.

Université de Toulouse (Paul Sabatier)

Postdoctoral Fellow

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Information Theory & Representation Theory

I obtained my Ph.D. in mathematics at the University of Toulouse in 2023, and since then I have been doing my postdoc in uOttawa. I work mainly in quantum information theory, on questions related to non-local games.

University of Ottawa

MSc Student

Monica Nevins

Post-Quantum Cryptography

I am a Master’s student in mathematics focusing on cryptanalysis of proposed quantum-safe digital signature schemes. I am particularly interested in multivariate-based signature algorithms that make use of the theory of finite fields. Outside of my studies, I am a competitive highland dancer.

University of Ottawa

PhD Student

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Cryptography

I have a B.Sc. from the University of Saskatchewan and a M.Sc. from McGill University. My M.Sc. work was centered around conformal geometry. I have since redirected my focus to researching quantum cryptography and the ways in which it can be made more practical. I also enjoy all coffee-related things.

University of Ottawa

PhD Student

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Cryptography

I hold a B.Sc. from l'Université de Moncton as well as an M.Sc. from the University of Ottawa. As an undergraduate student, I did research in the field of particle physics phenomenology before shifting to quantum cryptography for my graduate studies. In my free time, I enjoy solving crossword puzzles.

University of Ottawa

MSc Student

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Algorithms

I am a Master’s student in Mathematics under the supervision of Dr. Broadbent. My research interests are in quantum cryptography and quantum algorithms. In my free time, I like to travel, play soccer and chess and meet new people!

University of Ottawa

PhD Student

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Cryptography

I’m a Ph.D. Student in Mathematics under the supervision of Dr. Sankoff and Dr. Broadbent. My research interest lies primarily in Quantum Key Recycling. I’m also a number theory enthusiast!

Université de Toulouse (Paul Sabatier)

PhD Student

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Information Theory

Hi! I'm a French PhD student, working under the joint supervision of Anne Broadbent (Ottawa), and Ion Nechita and Clément Pellegrini (Toulouse, France). We work on the link between post-quantum resources and communication complexity.

University of Ottawa

MSc Student

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Computing

I am a master’s student in mathematics, supervised by Dr. Broadbent. My background is in philosophy, computer science, and mathematics, and my current research interests are in quantum computing. Outside of school, I am involved in linguistics competitions (e.g., NACLO) as a problem writer, organizer, and coach.

Eindhoven University of Technology

PhD Student

Anne Broadbent

Post-Quantum Cryptography

Silvia Ritsch is a doctoral candidate working on post-quantum cryptography as part of the Quantum-Safe Internet (QSI) project. Her research is focused on password-authenticated key exchange secure against quantum attacks.

University of Ottawa

Postdoctoral Fellow

Anne Broadbent

Category theory and its applications

University of Ottawa

Postdoctoral Fellow

Hadi Salmasian

Representation Theory, Character Theory, Howe Duality

University of Ottawa

Postdoctoral Fellow

Anne Broadbent

Complexity theory, Quantum computing

University of Ottawa

Undergraduate Student

Hadi Salmasian

Spherical t-designs and Unitary t-designs

I helped build this website.

University of Waterloo

Undergraduate Student

Monica Nevins

Quantum algorithms/hidden subgroup problem

University of Ottawa

MSc Student

Anne Broadbent

Quantum Cryptography

I am QUASAR's webmaster.