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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Quantum Random Number Generation

The main goal of the article collection “Quantum Random Number Generation” is to reveal the need for Quantum Random Number Generators (QRNGs) in various areas of science and business and to facilitate the dialog between the academia and commercial information technology companies. This special issue addresses the survey of various quantum entropy sources. Special attention will be paid to formal definition of quantum and classical randomness and to the problem of quantum entropy extraction. An additional objective of this collection is an overview of manufacturers and their solutions on the market of QRNGs.

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Quantum Standardization

Many national governments around the world are investing significantly in the potential for economic growth and increased opportunity based on new systems, products and services using the quantum properties of materials. These properties are best described by the equations of quantum physics and the resulting devices and systems are collectively known as quantum technologies.

Articles

  1. Authors: Vicente Martin, Juan Pedro Brito, Carmen Escribano, Marco Menchetti, Catherine White, Andrew Lord, Felix Wissel, Matthias Gunkel, Paulette Gavignet, Naveena Genay, Olivier Le Moult, Carlos Abellán, Antonio Manzalini, Antonio Pastor-Perales, Victor López and Diego López

    Content type: Research

  2. Authors: Garrelt J. N. Alberts, M. Adriaan Rol, Thorsten Last, Benno W. Broer, Cornelis C. Bultink, Matthijs S. C. Rijlaarsdam and Amber E. Van Hauwermeiren

    Content type: Review

  1. Authors: Daniel KL Oi, Alex Ling, Giuseppe Vallone, Paolo Villoresi, Steve Greenland, Emma Kerr, Malcolm Macdonald, Harald Weinfurter, Hans Kuiper, Edoardo Charbon and Rupert Ursin

    Content type: Research

Ongoing
Quantum Random Number Generation
Edited by: Yury Kurochkin, Roman Shakhovoy

Quantum Standardization
Edited by: Rhys Lewis

2021
Quantum Industry
Edited by: Thomas Strohm

Quantum Metrology & Quantum Enhanced Measurement
Edited by: Ivo Pietro Degiovanni, Sebastien Bize, Christopher Chunnilall and Hansjoerg Scherer

2020
Quantum Magnetometers
Edited by: Svenja Knappe and Kasper Jensen

2016
Space Applications of Quantum Technology
Edited by: Rainer Kaltenbaek, Rupert Ursin and Markus Aspelmeyer 

2015 
Quantum Sensing: Measurement at the Quantum-Nano-Bio Interface
Edited by: Gerard Milburn, Lloyd Hollenberg and Jeremy O'Brien

Quantum Control
Edited by: John Gough, Gerard Milburn and Matthew James

2014
Quantum simulations
Edited by: Dimitris Angelakis, Enrique Solano, Alán Aspuru-Guzik, Dieter Jaksch

Microwave Quantum Optics
Edited by: Gerard Milburn, Per Delsing, Tim Duty and Tom Stace

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EPJ is a rapidly growing series of internationally reputed, peer-reviewed journals that are indexed in all major citation databases. The editorial boards of the EPJ are composed of leading specialists in their respective fields and have made it their mission to uphold the highest standards of scientific quality in the journals. EPJ started in the late 1990s as a merger and co-publication of Zeitschrift für Physik (Springer), Journal de Physique (EDP Sciences) and Il Nuovo Cimento (Società Italiana di Fisica) covering all aspects of the pure and applied physical sciences. Its spectrum has since expanded to encompass many interdisciplinary topics, including complexity and data sciences.

EPJ QT accepted in SCIE and Scopus

We are very pleased to announce that EPJ Quantum Technology is now indexed in the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) database, one of the major databases of the Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters) Web of Science, and has been accepted for indexing in Scopus.

We would like to thank everyone for supporting EPJ QT and contributing to this success.

Latest article collections

Quantum Industry
Edited by: Thomas Strohm

Quantum Metrology & Quantum Enhanced Measurement
Edited by: Ivo Pietro Degiovanni, Sebastien Bize, Christopher Chunnilall and Hansjoerg Scherer

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Aims and scope

Driven by advances in technology and experimental capability, the last decade has seen the emergence of quantum technology: a new praxis for controlling the quantum world. It is now possible to engineer complex, multi-component systems that merge the once distinct fields of quantum optics and condensed matter physics.

EPJ Quantum Technology covers theoretical and experimental advances in subjects including but not limited to the following:

  • Quantum measurement, metrology and lithography
  • Quantum complex systems, networks and cellular automata
  • Quantum electromechanical systems
  • Quantum optomechanical systems
  • Quantum machines, engineering and nanorobotics
  • Quantum control theory
  • Quantum information, communication and computation
  • Quantum thermodynamics
  • Quantum metamaterials
  • The effect of Casimir forces on micro- and nano-electromechanical systems
  • Quantum biology
  • Quantum sensing
  • Hybrid quantum systems
  • Quantum simulations

The journal will NOT consider the following topics:

  • Foundations of quantum mechanics
  • Alternative approaches to, new structures for or different interpretations of QM (e.g. Bohmian Mechanics)
  • Non-technical applications such as "quantum consciousness", "quantum psychology" , "quantum economics" etc.

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APCs and waivers

A limited number of article-processing charge (APC) waivers is available for submissions to EPJ Quantum Technology. If you would like to request a waiver, please contact the Editor-in-Chief. For more information on APCs and waivers, please see here.

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