About us

Our group

The QICZ group is led by Assoc. Prof. Bouda. Our research is concerned with various topics in quantum information processing, namely

  • (Semi-)Device independent protocols and Bell inequalities
  • Cryptography - mainly security of cryptographic protocols and primitives in connection with randomness
  • Quantum information theory - channel capacity, Rényi entropies and non-i.i.d. in general, SDP optimization
  • Randomness - extraction, applications, unitary k-designs

We are also interested in quantum cryptography, communication, and information theory in general.

Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University

The Faculty of Informatics of Masaryk University (FI MU) in Brno is a leading research institution in the field of computer science in the Czech Republic. FI MU has strong international research potential in many areas from basic science to industrial applications (currently with over 30 hi-tech industrial partners including Konica Minolta, RedHat and Honeywell). Furthermore, Brno with its many IT companies is often called the Silicon Valley of Central Europe.

The city of Brno

Brno is a South Moravian city with quality of life highest in Czech republic for a great price. If you are interested in applying for open positions (below), feel free to check about it by yourself either here or here. You can also check one of the expats sites (here or here) for another impression of the city.

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