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Introduction

University of West Attica is a dynamically developing new university in the area of Attica. The UWA facilities span three campuses in the West Attica area. UWA has approximately 57,800 undergraduate, 5,500 postgraduate and 1000 doctoral students enrolled; a number that is rapidly increasing, given the fact that the pre-existing institutions did not have the authority to provide doctoral studies. UWA has a well established expertise in photonics, optical communications and sensing. Especially, its research unit in neuromorphic computing and photonics (RNCP) which is a joint research unit between the Computer and Communication Systems Laboratory (CCSL) of the University of the Aegean and the Parallel and Distributed Systems and Networks Lab (PDSN) of the University of West Attica is currently exhibiting strong presence in the field of neuromorphic photonics, quantum photonics, signal processing for optical communications and sensing through the participation of its members in relevant EU and national research projects.

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Role/Contribution

UWA will lead all the activities related to quantum metrology in the form of quantum clock synchronization and will collaborate with other QPIC1550 partners in validation experiments investigating joint distributed quantum computing and synchronization applications. UWA will also evaluate QPIC1550 devices as quantum physical unclonable functions.

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Why is this project important?

UWA considers QPIC1550 as a great opportunity to strengthen its presence in quantum photonics and expand its metrology/clock synchronization activities in the quantum domain. Moreover, quantum security and its synergy with authentication techniques based on physical unclonability is a new field that has significant prospects

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The QPIC 1550 project received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 101135785. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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University of West Attica

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UWA
01
Introduction

University of West Attica is a dynamically developing new university in the area of Attica. The UWA facilities span three campuses in the West Attica area. UWA has approximately 57,800 undergraduate, 5,500 postgraduate and 1000 doctoral students enrolled; a number that is rapidly increasing, given the fact that the pre-existing institutions did not have the authority to provide doctoral studies. UWA has a well established expertise in photonics, optical communications and sensing. Especially, its research unit in neuromorphic computing and photonics (RNCP) which is a joint research unit between the Computer and Communication Systems Laboratory (CCSL) of the University of the Aegean and the Parallel and Distributed Systems and Networks Lab (PDSN) of the University of West Attica is currently exhibiting strong presence in the field of neuromorphic photonics, quantum photonics, signal processing for optical communications and sensing through the participation of its members in relevant EU and national research projects.

02
Role/Contribution

UWA will lead all the activities related to quantum metrology in the form of quantum clock synchronization and will collaborate with other QPIC1550 partners in validation experiments investigating joint distributed quantum computing and synchronization applications. UWA will also evaluate QPIC1550 devices as quantum physical unclonable functions.

03
Why is this project important?

UWA considers QPIC1550 as a great opportunity to strengthen its presence in quantum photonics and expand its metrology/clock synchronization activities in the quantum domain. Moreover, quantum security and its synergy with authentication techniques based on physical unclonability is a new field that has significant prospects

04
People Involved

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Other Partners

The QPIC 1550 project received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 101135785. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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